Since I failed to resolve my problem with my AMD Ryzen 3200g integrated graphics, I wish to fix it by adding a discrete graphic card.
However, I am not a gamer. All I need is to stream video, and have some rotating cubes for my desktop, nothing fancy. Moreover, everything here is crazy expensive, and the shipping costs makes everything on Amazon a non starter. Also my power supply is rated at only 400W (which wasn’t considered “only” when I bought it).
So what I am looking for is the cheapest possible graphic adapter I can buy, that can drive two or three displays, and should just work™, with free and open source drivers.
For example I looked at ARKTEK R5 230 2GB DDR3 64bit at around 50$. I can see that way back when - while it was still supported, AMD released the proprietary drivers for the Radion R5. But I wasn’t able to figure out if they also released a free version of those drivers.
Which (finally) leads to my question: What is the cheapest possible discrete graphic card adapter I can buy in 2021, that will just work with a modern GNU/Linux system?