I'm big on tech and analysis, so here's a handy spreadsheet I put together. It shows the relative speeds, value and efficiency. Its ordered based on the value of the cards. I update it whenever I upgrade so I can narrow down the best candidates. G3D Mark: is from the Passmark website and is a synthetic benchmark of overall 3D performance using a battery of tests. Its fairly accurate because each rating is averaged using 100s of samples. Price: This is the current low price on Amazon and Newegg, which is a reliable go-to for legitimate vendors. I need to go through and update it using PC Part Picker, which has a few more good sources. Value: is the price to performance and it gives you an idea if the GPU is a good deal. This is the most important number and anything over 40 is good. High end cards (above 10000 G3D) in the 30's are also a good buy. $ at 40: is what the price of cards would be if they were all a good value. MSRP %: I included this to show how discounted each card is, ie: 60% of MSRP Efficiency: is how fast the GPU is compared the the power it consumes. Higher is better. When purchasing high end cards and older models its good to be sure the speed is worth the power requirements and added size. Here's one that uses the latest eBay prices, since they vairy drastically from other online stores. I only picked new items that were brand name and fairly available. The RX470 is the card of the hour at an unheard of value of nearly 60. Passmark has it listed at a value of 80, but its a glitch. Its a fairly fast mid-range card with 8Gb of GDDR5 memory, but please note that the one on Newegg only has DVI output... You can find this card on eBay too for even cheaper, but it also has only DVI output. The RX570, GTX1060 3GB, GTX1050Ti and RX580 are not as good of a deal at a Value of around 40. They are all decent mid-range cards more than fast enough for this game. The GTX 1060 is the standout, with its price stable around $200 and the best overall of the bunch. Again, the eBay chart wins for prices, but you also have to deal with unauthorized sellers and probably no warranty or support. The chart also shows how much more efficient the Nvidia cards are than the AMD's. Interestingly, the RTX 2070 is relatively cool despite its high specs, unfortunately it's price is still in the unobtanium range even at MSRP. I paid that much for my whole box. When shopping, be aware of counterfeits. Stick with established manufactures and ignore listings for unbranded generic cards. They are almost always very low end cards hacked to register as high end ones. I might make one for CPUs and PSUs next, since they are easy to compare.