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The AMD Radeon RX 550 2GB is AMD's latest entry-level graphics card, aiming to give users a good gaming experience for not a lot of money.
The RX 550 is a new edition to the lineup of Radeon graphics cards. The last-generation 400 series cards had no RX 450 to speak of.
Don't let the "entry-level" description deceive you, popular FPS games like Overwatch and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, among many other titles, can run smoothly on the RX 550. Even some big titles like Battlefield 1 can crack 50 frames per second, albeit at low settings.
Like many other AMD graphics cards, the specifications of each card vary widely. Some RX 550s have 8 compute units whereas others have 10. Some RX 550s have a different memory clock speed. On top of the hidden differences, clock speed variation and differences in the cooling solutions can also impact a graphics card's performance.
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