RX 580 com Core i7-7700K @ 4.20GHz benchmarks em Ultra qualidade configurações de qualidade

Em 1440p, RX 580 pode bater 50-60 fps em praticamente tudo em ultra, apenas sem antialiasing, menos Oclusão ambiente e virou para baixo sombras. É claro que o RX 580 é um cartão high-end significativamente mais capaz que pode jogar títulos AAA em 1080p/1440p com 50-60 frames por segundo. A relação preço/desempenho é excelente para RX 580 contra a concorrência em cartões de mid-range orçamento. Em termos de memória, o RX 580 8192 MB RAM é mais do que suficiente para jogos modernos e não deve causar qualquer gargalos.

AMD Radeon RX 580
Preço € 158
Ano 2017
Temperatura máxima gravada 75C
Max ruído do ventilador 46dB
Fonte de alimentação recomendada 535W
Benchmark CPU Intel Core i7-7700K @ 4.20GHz ($354.99)
Impacto da CPU no FPS + 0 FPS
Impacto da CPU em FPS% 0%
Configurações de qualidade de benchmark Ultra Quality Settings
Desempenho médio de 1080p 78 FPS
Desempenho médio 1440p 55 FPS
Desempenho médio de 4K 32 FPS
Memória 8 GB
Série RX 580
Pontuação combinada geral 83/100 Excelente

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Ano Jogo Frames por segundo
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
101 FPS
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
39 FPS
2018 Final Fantasy XV
62 FPS
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
65 FPS
2018 Forza Horizon 4
68 FPS
2018 Fallout 76
91 FPS
2018 Hitman 2
72 FPS
2018 Just Cause 4
52 FPS
2018 Monster Hunter: World
56 FPS
2018 Battlefield V
94 FPS
2017 Dawn of War III
99 FPS
2017 Ghost Recon Wildlands
65 FPS
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
57 FPS
2017 Destiny 2
99 FPS
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
51 FPS
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
69 FPS
2017 Need For Speed: Payback
72 FPS
2017 For Honor
96 FPS
2017 Project CARS 2
68 FPS
2017 Forza Motorsport 7
82 FPS
2016 Ashes of the Singularity
65 FPS
2016 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
67 FPS
2016 Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
55 FPS
2016 Doom
134 FPS
2016 F1 2016
90 FPS
2016 Hitman
95 FPS
2016 Rise of the Tomb Raider
93 FPS
2016 The Division
73 FPS
2016 Total War: Warhammer
77 FPS
2016 Battlefield 1
111 FPS
2016 Overwatch
106 FPS
2016 Dishonored 2
49 FPS
2015 DiRT Rally
110 FPS
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
60 FPS
2015 The Witcher 3
80 FPS
2015 Rocket League
279 FPS
2015 Need For Speed
77 FPS
2015 Project CARS
74 FPS
2013 Crysis 3
90 FPS
2013 Battlefield 4
81 FPS
2012 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
191 FPS
2009 League of Legends
359 FPS

Resolução 2560x1440

Ano Jogo Frames por segundo
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
64 FPS
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
33 FPS
2018 Final Fantasy XV
44 FPS
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
42 FPS
2018 Forza Horizon 4
57 FPS
2018 Fallout 76
64 FPS
2018 Hitman 2
46 FPS
2018 Just Cause 4
38 FPS
2018 Monster Hunter: World
39 FPS
2018 Battlefield V
70 FPS
2017 Dawn of War III
63 FPS
2017 Ghost Recon Wildlands
48 FPS
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
41 FPS
2017 Destiny 2
85 FPS
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
39 FPS
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
45 FPS
2017 Need For Speed: Payback
52 FPS
2017 For Honor
56 FPS
2017 Project CARS 2
48 FPS
2017 Forza Motorsport 7
74 FPS
2016 Ashes of the Singularity
50 FPS
2016 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
43 FPS
2016 Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
51 FPS
2016 Doom
94 FPS
2016 F1 2016
71 FPS
2016 Hitman
68 FPS
2016 Rise of the Tomb Raider
56 FPS
2016 The Division
50 FPS
2016 Total War: Warhammer
63 FPS
2016 Battlefield 1
70 FPS
2016 Overwatch
73 FPS
2016 Dishonored 2
42 FPS
2015 DiRT Rally
77 FPS
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
42 FPS
2015 The Witcher 3
45 FPS
2015 Rocket League
120 FPS
2015 Need For Speed
60 FPS
2015 Project CARS
57 FPS
2013 Crysis 3
42 FPS
2013 Battlefield 4
53 FPS
2012 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
159 FPS
2009 League of Legends
199 FPS

Resolução 3840x2160

Ano Jogo Frames por segundo
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
32 FPS
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
20 FPS
2018 Final Fantasy XV
26 FPS
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
23 FPS
2018 Forza Horizon 4
39 FPS
2018 Fallout 76
35 FPS
2018 Hitman 2
28 FPS
2018 Just Cause 4
20 FPS
2018 Monster Hunter: World
19 FPS
2018 Battlefield V
37 FPS
2017 Dawn of War III
31 FPS
2017 Ghost Recon Wildlands
27 FPS
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
26 FPS
2017 Destiny 2
42 FPS
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
22 FPS
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
24 FPS
2017 Need For Speed: Payback
36 FPS
2017 For Honor
28 FPS
2017 Project CARS 2
40 FPS
2017 Forza Motorsport 7
62 FPS
2016 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
19 FPS
2016 Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
36 FPS
2016 Doom
46 FPS
2016 F1 2016
41 FPS
2016 Total War: Warhammer
29 FPS
2016 Battlefield 1
38 FPS
2016 Overwatch
38 FPS
2016 Dishonored 2
34 FPS
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
20 FPS
2015 Rocket League
56 FPS
2015 Need For Speed
40 FPS
2015 Project CARS
40 FPS
2012 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
144 FPS
2009 League of Legends
80 FPS

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RX 580 Especificações

Board Design

Board NumberC940, D009-04
Length9.5 inches 241 mm
Outputs1x HDMI3x DisplayPort
Power Connectors1x 8-pin
Slot WidthDual-slot
TDP185 W

Clock Speeds

Boost Clock1340 MHz
GPU Clock1257 MHz
Memory Clock2000 MHz 8000 MHz effective

Graphics Card

Bus InterfacePCIe 3.0 x16
GenerationPolaris (RX 500)
Launch Price229 USD
ProductionActive
Release DateApr 18th, 2017

Graphics Features

DirectX12.0 (12_0)
OpenCL2
OpenGL4.5
Shader Model6
Vulkan1.1.82

Graphics Processor

ArchitectureGCN 4.0
Die Size244 mm²
GPU NamePolaris 20
GPU VariantPolaris 20 XTX (215-0910038)
Process Size14 nm
Transistors5,700 million

Memory

Bandwidth256.0 GB/s
Memory Bus256 bit
Memory Size8192 MB
Memory TypeGDDR5

Render Config

Compute Units36
ROPs32
Shading Units2304
TMUs144

Theoretical Performance

FP16 (half) performance6,175 GFLOPS (1:1)
FP32 (float) performance6,175 GFLOPS
FP64 (double) performance385.9 GFLOPS (1:16)
Pixel Rate42.88 GPixel/s
Texture Rate193.0 GTexel/s

Critics Reviews

AMD Radeon RX 580 – Performance and benchmarks vs GTX 1060 As usual, I’ve tested the RX 580 in TrustedReviews ’ standard test rig. The specifications are as follows, and represent a decent ...
AMD Radeon RX 580 specs. Based on the same Polaris 10 graphics core as RX 480, this is a respun version based on a third-gen iteration of the 14nm FinFET product produced by AMD.
AMD Radeon RX 580 The 580 may be a rebadge, but it’s certainly no pushover ... RX 480. Final verdict. Ultimately the RX 580 is a card for those looking to upgrade to something capable of playing ...
The AMD Radeon RX 580 and RX 570 are built around AMD’s Polaris 20 GPU, which is an updated revision of Polaris 10. Although it is very similar to the Polaris 10 used on the RX 480, AMD tells us ...
That's right: the Radeon RX 580 8GB isn't new by any meaningful measure. It's an updated version of last year's Radeon RX 480, based on the same Ellesmere GPU under AMD's Polaris umbrella.
At the high end is AMD’s new midrange contender, the Radeon RX 580. Like the RX 480 before it, this is a fully enabled Polaris 10 GPU. Taking advantage of their manufacturing gains, AMD is ...
The Radeon RX 580 is basically the Radeon RX 480 with a new name, but that still makes it the best mainstream graphics card around. Sapphire's custom Nitro+ design is stellar.
AMD Radeon RX 580 – Specs and Buying Options. The reference specification of the RX 580 is a 1340MHz boost clock speed paired with either 4GB or 8GB of GDDR5 memory. This is a decent upgrade ...
The AMD Radeon RX 500 series cards, as previously confirmed, will include the Radeon RX 580 (Polaris 10), Radeon RX 570 (Polaris 10), Radeon RX 560 (Polaris 11) and the Radeon RX 550 (Polaris 12).

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revealoffended 3 weeks ago
GTX 1060 6gb or RX 580 8gb?
I need help choosing between these GPUs.
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snakejax 3 weeks ago
Rx 580 vs GTX 1060
Which good in performance Rx 570/580 or GtX1060?
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crumpetenclose 3 weeks ago
rx 580 and the GTX 1060 6GB are both good cards. They perform decently in comparison to one another. I would not get a GTX 1060 3GB though and the RX 570 would be only if I couldn't afford the GTX 1060 6Gb or RX 580. Also the RX 580 has more ram then the GTX 1060 6GB. If you gaming at 1080P then it doesn't matter all that much between 6GB vs 8GB cards but if you game at higher resolutions like 1440P then the RX 580 looks more attractive with it's larger 8GB frame buffer in the long term for gaming though performance wise it is still neck and neck with the 1060.

http://www.techspot.com/review/1393-radeon-rx-580-vs-geforce-gtx-1060/
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romenike 3 weeks ago
RX 580, RX 570. Worth it ?
Yo.
Compared to RX 400 series, worth it ? The prices are similiar.
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raddedollhouse 3 weeks ago
Cristiano_9 It depends. If you already own a RX 480, then a RX 580 would be a lateral upgrade. But if you're on a R9 3xx series, then it's worth purchasing. PC Perspective's Ryan Shrout wrote an interesting review: https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/Radeon-RX-580-8GB-Review-Polaris-Populism
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mercifultuesday 3 weeks ago
Windows 7 support RX 580 and 570
Do the RX 570 and 580 have drivers and work well on windows 7?
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blinksinternal 3 weeks ago
Absolutely. http://support.amd.com/en-us/download
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aviationmoaning 3 weeks ago
Rx 580 with i5 4570.
I'm having a intel i5 4570 CPU. Will there be bottleneck with rx 580?
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frarchedalfred 3 weeks ago
What's your definition of a bottleneck? If it's to the point where the computer won't run, then sure the i5-4570 won't bottleneck a 1080ti. However, a 1080ti will be slowed by that cpu when compared to a more powerful cpu.....so that's a bottleneck.
Would I recommend a 1080ti with an i5-4570? Hell no, it's just a waste of money as you'll never get full performance from it. The RX 580 is about right, some games will be cpu limited and other gpu but overall they are well matched.
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metacarpalwham 3 weeks ago
RX 570 8gb vs RX 580 4gb
If you ask why because i found a deal and they cost the same
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gackedicing 3 weeks ago
Agree, 580. Unless your into modding games with lots of textures the extra 4gb on the 570 is pointless, its more marketing than a useful feature.
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teddymetal 3 weeks ago
When will RX 570/580 be in stock again?
Why are RX 570/580 sold out and when will they be back in stock?
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agreecost 3 weeks ago
They are more sold out because people are using them for mining than because of their gaming performance.
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gackedicing 3 weeks ago
gtx 1060 vs rx 580
i'm looking or a new card and i'm not sure which card is better 580 or 1060
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monsoonquirk 3 weeks ago




3. AIB Cards - From the above, we see that the MSI RX 480 is 7% faster overall in TPUs 16 game test suite. From Below, the MSI 1060 Gaming X is 3% faster than the reference 1060 ... so we can can conclude that at the time of testing the MSI 1060 was 10% faster than the MSI 480 in the 16 game test suite

4. Overclocking - We see there that the MSI 480 overclocks 8.6% and the MSI 1060 overclocks 15.1%.. So when the 1060 (10% performance advantage) is overclocked, the relative difference would be:

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_480_Gaming_X/26.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X/27.html

110% x (115.1 / 108.6) = 116.6% of the 480s speed or 16.6 % faster

As for difference between brands ... the various brands trade wins depending on generation and model line but the EVGA SC is one to avoid as, unlike the competition, they use a reference PCB and referece style PCB cooling.

5. Driver improvements - AMDs driver improvements have improved the performance of the 480 since originally tested. As we can see from the link here, TPU tested the results from the latest driver improvements and found an increase if 2.1% at 1080 p average across 21 games:

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/Radeon_Crimson_ReLive_Drivers/6.html

Unfortunately, we have no info on what improvements have resulted from newer nVidia drivers but suffice to say, those improvements have not erased that 10% gap outta the box (16.6% in both overclocked.

6. Cost - Last I looked (yesterday) the MSI 1060 6GB was about more than the MSI 480 8GB on newegg. But there are other costs worth considering

7. Power - There is a significant difference in power usage between the two cards. One of the reasons for the MSI 480s performance,as stated in the review, is because it is able to use more power than many other 480s. That's 75 watts in typical gaming and 99 watts peak

The MSI 480 draws from 196 - 224 watts
The MSI 1060 draws from 121 - 125 watts

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_480_Gaming_X/21.html

8. Power Costs - While this is something you normally wouldn't consider, when cards are very close in performance, it may be of significance to many users, especially those in Europe and especially in urban / suburban locales.

75 watts x 35 hours per week x 52.14 weeks per year x 3 years usage x .131 US average electric cost per kw-hr / (1000 watts per kw=hr x 85% efficiency) = .28

9. Case Cooling - The rule of thump for case fans in a relatively quiet system is one (1) case fan per 75 watts for power. So for comparable interior case temps, you might want to include the cost of an extra case fan.

10. Noise - The 480 is 3 dbA louder than the 1060

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_480_Gaming_X/22.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X/23.html

So ... that's the data ... it's up to you to look at what you want to do with it ...

- If you don't use MSI Afterburner, then the OC advantage may be of no interest to you
- If you wear headphones, then the noise advantage will be of no interest to you
- Initially the 480 has an apparent cost advantage but the larger PSU requirement and extra case fan eats that up. Considering power costs along with the preceding, the 1060 is the more cost effective buy by far
- If you already have an oversized PSU then the power advantage is of no interest to you
- If you don't pay for electricity cause it's included in rent, then the power advantage is of no interest to you
- But most of all, if those 16 - 21 games that TPU uses for testing are not ones you play, then you need to pay specific attention to how each performs in games you do play... so start here and see how each performs in the games you are interested in.


https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/RX_480_Gaming_X/6.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X/6.html

How each individual arrives at their choice will be different for everyone, there is no "wrong choice" here.
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Now the 580 is a bit faster than the 480 outta the box so it improves its position there by about 5% overall ... thatz still not enough to catch the 1060 when both are overclocked. On the downside, the 580 consumes a lot more power (25%) which also means more noise and heat
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eraseavoid 3 weeks ago
Can Rx 570 4gb beat Rx580 by overclocking.
I am planning to buy a gpu Rx570gb. If I overclock RX570 then will I get performance near to Rx580.
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preplanupswing 3 weeks ago
Not a chance. There's a lot more to the cards than just processor and memory clocks. The 570 has less cores, less compute units, smaller cooling ability, lower clocks on memory and processor, same pcie buss, but smaller bandwidth. You could jack the speeds through the roof, but at the end of the day, the 580 simply has more horsepower.
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monkbrunnich 3 weeks ago
RX 580 8GB or GTX 1060 6GB?
Trying to finalize build with graphics card which of these would you say is more future proof?
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acutenesspace 3 weeks ago


Hi Friend, as noted...comparable GPUs, though I'd lean towards the RX 580 for several reasons:

1. AMD FreeSync; though arguably "less optimal" than G-Sync...the chances of your next monitor being FreeSync are higher than nVidia's adaptive refresh tech. This point is mute if you have plans for a G-Sync monitor in your future.

2. More Video Memory; though you'll most likely hit the processing ceiling of the GPU before using the extent of the 8GB VRAM...I'd still call the RX 580 more "future proof" in this respect

3. [subjective] Greater Gaming Longevity; despite being an nVidia fanboy, I've been frustrated at their gimicky support of DX in the past (e.g.,Async-Compute), and their inclination to support proprietary standards as a rule of thumb. If all things are equal, supporting AMD is the best decision as a consumer IMO.


Either way, congrats on the upgrade plans! Both great cards!
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conclusiongigabyte 3 weeks ago
RX 580 and GTX 1060
Should I get the 580 or the 1060?

And if the 580, is there a big difference between 4gb and 8gb?
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mourneinvention 3 weeks ago
If you can find one at a reasonable price, get an RX 580. Unless you are gaming at 1440p Ultra or above, 4GB is enough.
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underpassaffected 3 weeks ago
gtx 1060 vs rx 580 with freesync
Should I get get a gtx 1060 with freesync (yes I know it won't work) or an rx 580 with freesync? I am using an i5 8400.
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keroseneengorge 3 weeks ago
the 1060 is much power efficient and have slightly better overall performance, but users are praising on AMD Free Synchronization and apparently it's worth coping with the Rx 580 extra power consumption, your decision might be easier if you have a free synchronization monitor.
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synthesisgem 4 weeks ago
RX 580 or GTX 980
i can get them both, the 980 is cheaper (about 25$) but it has no warrantly, next to the 580 rx that is few months old and has warrntly.. which should i get?
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cleaversculling 4 weeks ago
In DX 12 Radeons are generally better then NVidia cards, that's known fact. In DX 11 games, it would be 980 that's better, but like I wrote before, only slightly. Either way, both cards are good, so it's win-win situation. If warranty is important factor for you, then indeed going for 580 might sound better.
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acutenesspace 4 weeks ago
gtx 1060 or rx 580
gtx 1060 6gb, stock, and rx 580 OC. difference is that rx 580 comes cheaper. also i have a 500w bronze 80+ power supply. So is that enough for both of them?
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vireodrove 4 weeks ago
You're on the limits with a 580 with that old seasonic to be honest.

The 1060 may be the safer choice.

That said ,I do think you'll be ok with the 580 but would suggest a psu replacement somewhere down the line.

Bear in mind , most (if not all) 580 have a 8 pin power connector.

I believe your psu only has a pair of 6 pins ?

If I'm right you are going to need a twin 6 pin to 8 pin adapter.
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keroseneengorge 4 weeks ago
RX 580 / RX 480
Can a RX 580 be crossfired with a RX 480?

My question is purely academic. I don't yet own either of these cards, but I would just like to know.
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uprightlength 4 weeks ago
Yes, it should. It is the same exact card as the 480 with some clock speed tweaks.
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halldomino 4 weeks ago
Amd RX 480 4GB vs AMD RX 580 4GB
Which of the two would be a better buy?
Purpose : 1080p Gaming
Want to get the best bang for buck.
PS This would be the first buy and not an upgrade from the 400 Series.
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superscriptwrench 4 weeks ago
For everyday performance, there will be little if any difference between a 480/4, a 580/4 and a 480/8. They are basically the same card, all in the *80 performance range. You'd not notice or care that the 580 might get 5? Fps more, when you are already capable of fps up in the 100's+, beyond most standard monitors refresh. Detail settings will be identical.

The difference between the /4 and /8 comes into play only in certain games where they are optimized for higher vram. And it's a big difference. It's enough that it'll make or break a game at the detail settings you want. A massively detailed game like Witcher 3 or GTA:V, that's extremely fluid and fast moving is going to get bogged down at maximum settings on the 4G cards. You'll not only suffer fps loss, but to reverse the affects you'll need to drop detail settings. In the simpler, smaller games, that are more cpu dependent like WoW or flight Sims etc, it won't be an issue at all.

Having the extra vram isn't going to hurt at all, other than a few $ from the wallet. Not having the extra vram could possibly hurt in the long run if your gaming styles tend towards games requiring high vram.

As far as DX goes, 11 is different than 12, a lot more so than between 10 and 11. Most nvidia cards are designed around taking massive advantage of DX 11 and prior because that's what was the major avi of the games written. With DX12, those algorithms actually take better advantage of AMD's architecture, so it isn't so much that nvidia is not still doing its best, it's just that amd is finally catching a break and the card performance per slot is closing the gap. Back in the day, nvidia mostly had 3Gb cards for DX11, AMD was using 4Gb cards just to try and equalize the battle between like cards. Today, with DX12 titles, those older 4Gb amd cards are actually doing better now, the cards haven't changed, just the way they are used internally. With the 480/580 essentially being the same card, there won't be any real performance differences, just the little things like running slightly cooler or using less power, when judged against the exact same model
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aridstreak 4 weeks ago
Can you crossfire RX 470 with RX 580
Hey guys I have a rx 470 right now and I am considering on getting a rx 580.
Can I crossfire these 2 graphics card, if I can do I need a crossfire bridge or is it bridgeless.
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stickssnaking 4 weeks ago
As those are in different GPU families, you very likely can't CF those GPUs.
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inbreeding 1 month ago
When will AMD RX 570/580 be in stock again?
Does anyone have any information on the subject. This mining madness is driving me crazy. I'd like to get Sapphire Radeon RX 570 NITRO+ 4GB, but 570/580 have vanished from all stores worldwide.
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crispclad 1 month ago
Vandravcek Use this site to set price alerts. It's your best chance to snag a RX 570.

http://www.nowinstock.net/computers/videocards/amd/rx570/
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craftyking 1 month ago
RX 580 vs GTX 1060
I was looking to buy a card and found Viotek´s 144hz monitor and I wanted to buy the GN24C and I saw it had FreeSync. Would the performance sacrifice of buying the AMD card justify the freesync?
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romenike 1 month ago
Yeah, the 1060 6GB and RX580 8GB generally trade blows. The RX 580 has a slight edge over the 1060 for the most part, but there are a couple of games where the 1060 beats it.
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sistonalumni 1 month ago
Why are the RX 480 and RX 580 so expensive now?
For a card that barely surpasses the gtx 1060, it costs around 200-300 dollars more. Why? I remember them being a reasonable 200-300 dollars but why are they hovering around the 400-500 point now?
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togetherpetite 1 month ago
Presumably they are expensive as they are selling out from mainstream retailers due to a new surge in mining activity. This leaves a niche for 3rd parties to ramp up the price of the cards.

http://www.pcgamer.com/blame-cryptocurrency-miners-for-scarcity-of-radeon-rx-580-and-570-cards/
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packagerooted 1 month ago
RX 580 8GB vs RX 570 8GB vs RX 570 4GB
Which one would you buy:
RX580 8GB - 0
RX570 8GB - 0
RX570 4GB - 0
GTX 1060 6GB - 6

UPDATE:
RX 580 4GB - 0 I am liking the AMD cards more, so I think this RX 580 4GB is best for me.
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fakesquiggle 1 month ago
Well the 570's should be off the table, why get something less.

As for the 580 vs 1060,

https://www.techspot.com/review/1393-radeon-rx-580-vs-geforce-gtx-1060/

They both trade blow and around the same FPS in all the benchmarks, but the 1060 is like 70w less power.
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unsubtlerapadash 1 month ago
RX 580 vs GTX 1060
So i was planning to buy RX 580 to play skyrim but i saw on some blogs that rx 580 has an fps problem while the GTX 1060 can reach good fps on skyrim without encountering problems. I have an i7-6600k and 8 gb ram
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lenticularcheeryble 1 month ago
Some blogs say the same thing about the 1060 & even the last generation titan, & who knows how many others from both companies and for what reasons. If it were me, I'd wait for Vega, not base your choice on a single game, & consider which gives you the best value for your money. If it had to be a choice between a 580 and a 1060, I'd say go with the RX 580 with 8GB , preferably a custom version is likely your best bet. You can choose to crossfire your rx 580 in the future, the 1060 will never support SLI. Xfire or SLI may not be a factor in your choice, though worth mentioning all the same. Both are fine choices, (8GB 580 & 6GB 1060). Bethesda created skyrim. It's worth noting that Bethesda teamed up with AMD not long ago, btw, and the 580 is still relatively new. One thing for AMD, where their patching is concerned, they've been doing exceedingly better on the software side & have improved performance on a number of cards on a number of games, on all relevant API's.
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courtequivalent 1 month ago
Whats going on with the amd rx 570 and 580
I came across more and more threads that the amd rx 570 is 100 dollars more expensive than the gtx 1050 TI.
Its silly a rx 570 is even more expensive than a gtx 1060 6gb.

Can someone give more info on whats going on?
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springsrock 1 month ago
very very high demand for mining, leading to comparatively short supply.
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whispersbrain 1 month ago
Rx480 and rx580 Crossfire?
Anyone know how that will work out?
Thinking of buying a new graphic card while waiting for Vega, but my boyfriend got a rx480. So was wondering if I could give him my Rx580 and crossfire with rx480 when i get the Vega card?
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robbriefcase 1 month ago
Already took a look at the Crossfire compatability chart on AMDs website?
http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Crossfire-Chart.aspx
It's a bit outdated by now, but I hotpe they will update it.
Amd was always a bit looser on the requirements for pairings than nVidia. So your chances are high. It is even possible to crossfire a 8GB RX 480 with a 4GB RX 480 or a RX 480 with a RX 470 or a HD 7770 with a R7 250X.
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