Best Graphics Cards for Fallout 76- Top Graphics cards in All Budget Ranges

Fallout 76 release is near the corner and the entire PC gaming community is excited about it. The beta has already rolled out and the servers are made available by Bethesda. Although, you can’t play the beta right away since the servers are available only at certain times. Bethesda’s attempt to release a stable bugless version of the game depends on how well this beta version rolls out.


As you all know, the system requirements of Fallout 76 are out and they look decent on paper. For those of you who didn’t know, here’s the system requirements of Fallout 76.

Minimum Requirements for Fallout 76:

OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
Processor: Intel Core i5-6600k 3.5 GHz/AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz or equivalent
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB/AMD Radeon R9 285 2GB or equivalent
Memory: 8GB RAM
Storage: 60GB of free disk space

Recommended Requirements for Fallout 76:

OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz/AMD Ryzen 5 1500X 3.5 GHz
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 4GB/AMD R9 290X 4GB
Memory: 8GB RAM
Storage: 60GB of free disk space

It’s no surprise that the Fallout 76 demands high-end hardware after having a look at the game-play of it. So, these requirements are explained on a single Graphics card basis and it’s not so easy to compare with the new GPU that you might wanna buy if you are not into hardware. “The Game Debugger” has your back and here we provide you the list of best graphics cards for Fallout 76 in all ranges ( Budget Range, Mid-Range and High-Range).  So, sit back and relax with a cup of tea reading this article. But before, if you think your present rig can run the game, run a check at systemrequirementslab and see the results.

Best Budget Range Graphics Cards for Fallout 76:

These are the graphics cards that are expected to render the game at any range between 30-60 FPS. When you are on a low budget, you can’t expect your rig to maxout the Game. Here are few of the cards that you might wanna look into.

#Radeon Rx 560 2 GB:

Radepm RX 560 is the latest next generation Graphics card from AMD Radeon series. The price range of this card is 20$ below the 550 4GB variant. This card boasts of a special Gaming mode with the clock speed of 1183 Mhz and one click super overclocking option can be a good thing to consider. However, the performance of this card might not be better than the other two in this category.

#Radeon RX 550 4GB:

This low range budget graphics card boasts of 2X faster performance compared to it’s previous generation R7 250 card. It also boasts of support for the latest display and video technologies, such as DirectX 12, FreeSync or H.265 4K encoding. The price ranges anywhere between 130$-150$ depending on your country and delivery options. This card will be good enough to run the game at low settings and it’s expected to cross 30 FPS without any hassle.

#Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB:

Radeon RX 550 can be the nearest alternative for Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050Ti. If you are a Nvidia fanboy and running on a limited budget, you can straight away buy this graphics card for mediocre performance. It supports latest technologies and also boasts of 1080p 60 FPS gameplay for most of the latest games. Price ranges between 150$ to 160$ and FPS ranges between 40-50

Best Mid-Range Graphics Cards for Fallout 76:

These mid range graphics cards apparently run the upcoming fallout 76 at a good 60 Frames per second. Although, you might not be able to maxout the game.

#Radeon RX 580 8 GB:

This is where the actual business starts. This card from the new generation Radeon RX series, has a whooping 8GB memory and 1383 MHz Clock speed in Gaming mode. You can also experience a “sound-less” experience with it’s dual fan setup. Monitoring performance and streaming are said to be made easier, featuring Game Booster and XSplit Gamecaster, all via an intuitive interface and 1-click overclocking.

#Geforce GTX 1060 6GB:

GTX 1060 has been a fan favorite all these months for the PC lunatics. This beast boasts of 6 GB graphical memory and 1506 Mhz clock speed without boost and 1700 Mhz with GPU boost. It also features display ports to support the monitor and besides these, it also has the illuminating “Republic of Gamers” logo for showoff. FPS range for Fallout 76 can be anywhere between 60-80 FPS. Price varies anywhere near 250$

Best High End Graphics cards for Fallout 76 PC:

You can opt for these graphics cards if you are looking to get a flawless gameplay experience while playing the game in maxout settings. These graphics cards can be an investment for the future as most of the upcoming games, for obvious reasons, will be performed well.

#Radeon RX Vega 64 8 GB:

It comes with 8GB video memory and 1590 MHz Boost Clock (OC Mode) featuring 8GB HBM2 memory with AMD’s Vega architecture. An added free 1 year premium license of Xsplit Gamecaster comes along which makes monitor performance and streaming easy for the user.  Price varies according to the demographics and it ranges anywhere between 650 to 700$.

#Geforce GTX 1080Ti:

GTX 1080Ti is a 1000$ beast graphics card with a jaw-dropping 11GB memory and the three fan setup can give you a smooth and soundless gameplay experience overall. It supports 4 4K display monitors and is expected to give 35% better performance than the old generation GTX 1080. So, if you are a 1080 user, it’s high time you upgrade the GPU . This graphics card pretty much maxouts Fallout 76 without any anguish provided you have the other setup meeting the requirements of the game. Price floats betwen 800 to 850-$

All these graphics cards are new generation and there are lots of older graphics cards that would perform well. But, you have to make sure that other specifications like the CPU, RAM, Hard disk space etc meet the recommended requirements of the game. We’ll be releasing an error fix list for Fallout 76 one the hotfixes are rolled. Meanwhile, keep in touch on Facebook with us. If you’d like to checkout whether you can run the game or not, you can check below.

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