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    Posted: 13 Jan 2019 at 3:31pm
Hey just realized the phantom gaming series have 2 different ver one is x and one is d
So what's the difference?
I can't find it anywhere
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Dear AlvaGG,

Thank you for posting your query to ASRock forum.

If you were to compare D vs X on RX580 card, the power connector and the graphic clock is different.

For further details, kindly refer to ASRock website and press the "Add to compare" button to compare different graphics card.

Please refer to website below for the main page of graphics card.
https://www.asrock.com/Graphics-Card/index.asp

With thanks,
ASRock TSD

Edited by ASRock_TSD - 15 Jan 2019 at 8:04pm
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At 1080p, it'll be fine. A 1050ti is a solid 1080p, high settings ~60FPS (ish, not necessarily true in all titles) card. A 3GB 1060 would likely serve you better for longer in all honesty, but the 1050ti is no slouch.
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Originally posted by amzoun95 amzoun95 wrote:

At 1080p, it'll be fine. A 1050ti is a solid 1080p, high settings ~60FPS (ish, not necessarily true in all titles) card. A 3GB 1060 would likely serve you better for longer in all honesty, but the 1050ti is no slouch.

A 3GB 1060 would likely serve you better for longer in all honesty, but the 1050ti is no slouch.

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