That's pretty much rx470 and rx480 and Gtx1060 range pricing.
Or even the Gtx1050 ti being cheaper. Or RX460. But those are slower ...
I bought an ASUS RX480 via amazon.co.uk (for ~AUD$265, saving ~$100) back in Mar17 and it's developed a fault.
(ASUS DUAL-RX480-O4G Radeon 4 GB RX 480)
Looks like some electronic fault or some such was causing it to intermittently cease sending any video out signal, particularly when attempting to load & run 3D-graphical games. Then more recently simply attempting to play videos.
A few days ago it failed (monitor signals stopped abruptly) and now it won't send a signal at all.
I removed it and re-inserted an older PCI-e video card (PC running Win 7 Enterprise 64-Bit) which boots and sends the monitor video signal fine.
ASUS Service Australia has advised that no global warranty applies to ASUS VGA cards, & since it was not bought in Aust. no warranty applies, which is disappointing.
I expected most mainstream global brand electronic products would have a 12-month warranty pretty much regardless.
Edited by ssar, 01 July 2017 - 10:11 AM.