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Which Video Card Should I Go With?

Building a new PC this July or so. It will run an Intel Core i5-6600K 6M Skylake Quad-Core 3.5 GHz, 32GB DDR4, and a few other bells and whistles but those are the big two. I am unsure which video card to go with. I'm willing to spend up to $500 on one but I know from past builds that throwing money at a video card isn't always going to get you the best one. I will mainly be gaming and emulating but may dabble into some video work too but nothing too major.

4K would be nice but isn't a deal breaker. 1440p though, that just may be. Might get a new monitor. Another possible concern is that I'm not sure what's on the horizon. Is building this in July a sound move or is better close to release?

I thank everyone who reads or responds for their time!

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With that high a budget.
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Fantastic Response!

I'm not sure if anyone is going to outdo your response! That is nothing short of amazing and will also save me a little cash in my build! I thank you immensely.

I still welcome another other answers/insight Happy

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