ASUS ROG Radeon RX 580  4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card - Black, £229.99 from Amazon
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ASUS ROG Radeon RX 580 4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card - Black, £229.99 from Amazon

£229.99Amazon Deals
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Edited by:"zed68"Found 6th Nov
In stock on November 10, just ordered one, if you don't want to wait for Black Friday.

Technical Details
BrandASUSItem Weight1.1 KgProduct Dimensions24.2 x 3.8 x 13 cmItem model numberDUAL-RX580-O4GSeriesDUAL-RX580-O4GColorBlackComputer Memory TypeDDR5 SDRAMGraphics CoprocessorRadeonGraphics Chipset BrandAMDGraphics Card DescriptionAMD Radeon RX 580Graphics RAM TypeGDDR5Graphics Card Ram Size4 MBGraphics Card InterfacePCI-E

19 Comments

Does Black Friday bring any decent gpu deals, in history

Bit pricey for a 4gb model COLD

wouldn't pay this for a 4gb when you could buy a 6gb 1060 for not much more. cold

Original Poster

Free sync, no nvidia please

Adam_Howsham-11500707980221 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01KHWOAR4/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=1https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01KHWOAR4/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=13gb 1060s for less, higher clock speeds

The 580 is faster than the 1060

ackel0063 m ago

The 580 is faster than the 1060


*the 580 is faster than the 3GB 1060

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For £20 extra you get 8GB version from Powercolor. (Preorder)
Edited by: "krokkodillo" 6th Nov

ufloat21 h, 13 m ago

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Can't see the 580 4GB card on there ?

uberjuba5 h, 6 m ago

wouldn't pay this for a 4gb when you could buy a 6gb 1060 for not much …wouldn't pay this for a 4gb when you could buy a 6gb 1060 for not much more. cold

Using your logic any deal for a 1060 6GB model would be cold when you can get a 1070 for not that much more. The deal here is for this card, is it cheaper anywhere else?
Edited by: "janaggg" 7th Nov

Cold, I paid less than this for a 1070.

Scottc12316 m ago

Cold, I paid less than this for a 1070.


from where? and let me guess, 2nd hand?

edit

so you actually paid £295 (i.e. more)
and it was an Amazon Warehouse deal

hardly apples to apples
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 7th Nov

ufloat213 h, 4 m ago

[Image]


You linked a graph of 2560x1440p. Running a 580 at 2k graphics is not really ideal, it's quite low on the threshold of playable for a ton of games.

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Here's the 1080p performance. When you suggest a 1060 3gb, you should really not cherry pick a review that is designed to max the 3gb of VRAM.

Anyway, what isn't shown here is that the 580 cards don't OC well.


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4.4% on that card.


SO, it's 3% faster at stock compared to the 1060 6gb, and 13% faster than the 1060 3gb.


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Even this mid grade GTX (Armor) is pulling 16.5% OC.

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And this MSI Gamign X 3gb card is pulling 14.5% OC.

The AMD cards are very close to their max performance out of the box, but once you put a modest OC on the Nvidia cards, they catch up, or pass, the AMD equiv.

Nate149223 m ago

You linked a graph of 2560x1440p. Running a 580 at 2k graphics is not …You linked a graph of 2560x1440p. Running a 580 at 2k graphics is not really ideal, it's quite low on the threshold of playable for a ton of games.[Image] Here's the 1080p performance. When you suggest a 1060 3gb, you should really not cherry pick a review that is designed to max the 3gb of VRAM.Anyway, what isn't shown here is that the 580 cards don't OC well.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Sapphire/RX_580_Nitro_Plus/33.html4.4% on that card.SO, it's 3% faster at stock compared to the 1060 6gb, and 13% faster than the 1060 3gb.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Armor/33.htmlEven this mid grade GTX (Armor) is pulling 16.5% OC.https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Gaming_X_3_GB/29.htmlAnd this MSI Gamign X 3gb card is pulling 14.5% OC.The AMD cards are very close to their max performance out of the box, but once you put a modest OC on the Nvidia cards, they catch up, or pass, the AMD equiv.


Well doesn’t overclocking the card void its warranty?

abhijitdash1231 h, 17 m ago

Well doesn’t overclocking the card void its warranty?


No, not unless you flash a custom BIOS or do a hartdware modification.
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