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Asus AMD Radeon RX 580 Dual 4GB Graphics Card £122.86 at ebuyer_uk_ltd eBay
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Asus AMD Radeon RX 580 Dual 4GB Graphics Card £122.86 at ebuyer_uk_ltd eBay

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Posted 16th Nov 2019

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PCI Express 3.0 x16
Graphics EngineAMD Radeon RX 580
Core Clock1380 MHz
Stream Processors2304
Max Resolution7680 x 4320
Interfaces2 x HDMI ¦ DVI-D (dual link) ¦ 2 x DisplayPort
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I would like to buy some rx but i did not decide which one: 570 or 580 or 590, 4 or 8 gb of ram as well. It depends from price. I can't wait for black friday.
I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but wondering if I actually need the extra performance for the extra £40...
mikeoh16/11/2019 12:41

I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but …I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but wondering if I actually need the extra performance for the extra £40...


I think that sapphire is the best option. Hope for £150 in BF.
mikeoh16/11/2019 12:41

I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but …I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but wondering if I actually need the extra performance for the extra £40...



Depending what resolution you are playing at I think £40 more for a 8GB 590 is the better option than saving £40 and getting a 4GB 580 imo.
mikeoh16/11/2019 12:41

I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but …I can’t decide either! I impulse bought the RX 590 I posted yesterday, but wondering if I actually need the extra performance for the extra £40...


The extra performance and an extra 4GB of VRAM is well worth another £40 IMO. Even at 1080p an RX 590 certainly isn't any kind of overkill.
Aretak16/11/2019 15:08

The extra performance and an extra 4GB of VRAM is well worth another £40 …The extra performance and an extra 4GB of VRAM is well worth another £40 IMO. Even at 1080p an RX 590 certainly isn't any kind of overkill.


8GB RX 580 is exactly the right card for 1080p. It will be overkill in the large majority of games for a while yet..RX 590 will be aimed more at medium entry 1440p and will certainly be overkill for every 1080p game for the next 3-4 years given how much bang you get in Ryzen cpus.
steve_bezerker17/11/2019 10:30

8GB RX 580 is exactly the right card for 1080p. It will be overkill in the …8GB RX 580 is exactly the right card for 1080p. It will be overkill in the large majority of games for a while yet..RX 590 will be aimed more at medium entry 1440p and will certainly be overkill for every 1080p game for the next 3-4 years given how much bang you get in Ryzen cpus.


I don't know what planet you're living on fella, but you're the first person I've ever heard describe an RX 580 of all things as "overkill" for 1080p. Even an RX 590 fails to hold 60fps at 1080p in many recent titles without lowering settings. It isn't going to be getting anywhere near when titles designed for the new consoles start appearing late next year. It's significantly less powerful than a GTX 1070, and I'd consider that an entry-level 1440p card if 60fps is your target (and even that needs to lower settings at 1440p). The RX 590 is literally just a slightly higher-clocked RX 580. It has the exact same specs apart from the move to 12nm allowing that 200MHz or so clock boost on the core. It's only around 11% faster.

Some 1080p/Ultra results from recent releases:

Red Dead Redemption 2
RX 580: 27fps
RX 590: 30fps
The Outer Worlds
RX 580: 44fps
RX 590: 49fps
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
RX 580: 31fps
RX 590: 35fps
Need for Speed: Heat
RX 580: 50fps
RX 590: 56fps
GRID
RX 580: 56fps
RX 590: 62fps
Borderlands 3
RX 580: 38fps
RX 590: 42fps
Gears 5:
RX 580: 54fps
RX 590: 60fps

"Overkill" indeed. You can dial down settings to get a much more playable experience without losing much visual fidelity of course, but the idea that either are hammering 1080p games and will for years to come is just nonsense. The Polaris core is three and a half years old now, and was a mid-range part even at the time of its release in mid-2016. The incremental clock bumping has only done so much.
Aretak17/11/2019 12:00

I don't know what planet you're living on fella, but you're the first …I don't know what planet you're living on fella, but you're the first person I've ever heard describe an RX 580 of all things as "overkill" for 1080p. Even an RX 590 fails to hold 60fps at 1080p in many recent titles without lowering settings. It isn't going to be getting anywhere near when titles designed for the new consoles start appearing late next year. It's significantly less powerful than a GTX 1070, and I'd consider that an entry-level 1440p card if 60fps is your target (and even that needs to lower settings at 1440p). The RX 590 is literally just a slightly higher-clocked RX 580. It has the exact same specs apart from the move to 12nm allowing that 200MHz or so clock boost on the core. It's only around 11% faster.Some 1080p/Ultra results from recent releases:Red Dead Redemption 2RX 580: 27fpsRX 590: 30fpsThe Outer WorldsRX 580: 44fpsRX 590: 49fpsGhost Recon: BreakpointRX 580: 31fpsRX 590: 35fpsNeed for Speed: HeatRX 580: 50fpsRX 590: 56fpsGRIDRX 580: 56fpsRX 590: 62fpsBorderlands 3RX 580: 38fpsRX 590: 42fpsGears 5:RX 580: 54fpsRX 590: 60fps"Overkill" indeed. You can dial down settings to get a much more playable experience without losing much visual fidelity of course, but the idea that either are hammering 1080p games and will for years to come is just nonsense. The Polaris core is three and a half years old now, and was a mid-range part even at the time of its release in mid-2016. The incremental clock bumping has only done so much.


You can't just push benchmarks from a GPU and say here's the results. What's the setup? No mention of CPU or RAM? What's the real world tests?

Just youtube RDR2 benchmarks on RX580 1080p and with only an I5 9400F he averaged 49fps.

YouTube GR Breakpoint with a Ryzen 3600 full ultra settings and he averaged 53fps in real world tests.

YouTube GRID in ultra with a Ryzen 5 3600 and he averaged 75fps

YouTube Borderlands 3 with a Ryzen 5 3600 and he averages 80fps.

I live in the real world where I don't have to guess fps numbers. I can see people actually playing the game on an RX580 and post real world numbers.
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