Some time ago, AMD officially launched the RX 480 as a VR-compliment GPU which targets a mainstream price point. Prior to this release, affordable graphics solutions struggled to contend with demanding presets and provided a sub-par user experience. The RX 480, especially in the 4GB flavour is superb value and can even maintain fluid frame rates alongside a 2560×1440 display with modest settings. Not only that, the RX 480 excels in modern titles which employ the latest APIs and supports asynchronous compute. Of course, custom models have been unveiled sporting improved power delivery, significant factory overclocks and more attractive visual designs.