Hey guys, About a 5 weeks ago I had purchased :- Gigabyte GTX 1060 WindForce OC 3GB Then a couple of weeks later I bought this second hand pc for 650$ (I guess for gaming and he told me he had purchased it for 1800$ only 7-8 months ago so i thought it was a good deal, although after checking on here, I am not sure anymore)- CPU: Intel I3 6100 Ram: Corsair V16GB 2133mhz MainBoard: MSI 150B Arctic HDD: NO HDD Video Card :Sapphire Nitro+ rx 480 8GB OC SR PSU: Corsair RM 850x Case: Corsair 400c Cooling: Corsair Liquid CPU Cooler Fans: 7x Aero CoolDead Silent Anyway, my query is it turns out i think its a rx 470 and not a 480, its a Sapphire Nitro+ 8Gb i believe, but when i install the software etc and look at the specs, it seems to say its a 470.... Now when i purchased the computer (since it was after the video Card), I wasnt sure but it looked like the rx480 8Gb would be definitely better than the 1060GTX 3Gb, perhaps not just on GPU but due to the memory etc as well. So I thought its alright to purchase. But now i find out it may be a 470 (looks like it is), I am no longer sure which video card to use. And also am a bit miffed at buying this pc as it may have ended up being a waste of money if the 1060 GTX is better anyway. When I do searches on reviews, some say the 1060 is better and others say the 8GB 470 would be a bit better. What do you guys think? Which card should i use as my main gaming video card? And what do you think of the computer for gaming, I know its a I3, but from what i read, for pure gaming not much difference between an I3 and a I5 or I7 unless the game supports the extra cores and threads, which apparently most games dont?