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Certified Refurbished Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB NITRO+ Graphics Card, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort from Ebay/ realtime_distribution

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Posted 26th FebEdited by:"sarden84"

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Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 580 4GB NITRO+ Graphics Card, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort

Nitro + version. other is just nitro.


Certified Refurbished with 12 months warranty, in a brand new box !

This product has been refurbished by manufacturer and is in pristine & fully working condition.

Item is covered by 12 months hassle-free warranty and it comes in a brand new Sapphire OEM packaging.

Please note that this is graphics card only! Accessories such as manual or driver disc are not supplied, but they can be downloaded directly from Sapphire website.

Designed from the ground up, Sapphire've crammed in everything you need to truly maximize your gaming experience. The SAPPHIRE NITRO+ series features the highest performing latest technology: cherry-picked, limited edition cores, two Tri-XX gaming modes, the very best cooling technologies and much more. With sleek, elegant contours and unique styling these cards have been designed to suit any build. Featuring the very latest graphics architecture from AMD with NITRO+ you' ll have a fast, reliable gaming experience whatever your game. No matter what kind of gamer you are, the SAPPHIRE NITRO series offers you the maximum gaming experience.


  • Chipset: AMD Radeon RX 580
  • Bus Standard: PCI Express 3.0
  • Video Memory: 4 GB
  • Memory Type: GDDR5
  • Max. Digital Resolution:3840x2160 (Ultra HD)
  • DVI-D Port(s): 1
  • HDMI Port(s): 2
  • DisplayPort 1.4: 2
  • DirectX Support: 12
  • OpenGL Support: 4.5
  • Gross Weight: 1.24Kg
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How much better is this over the 570 4GB? Like 5-10%?
Looking to buy a new card, would this be a very good card for the price point?
Rager6526/02/2020 20:50

Looking to buy a new card, would this be a very good card for the price …Looking to buy a new card, would this be a very good card for the price point?


This is an excellent price 1080p 60fps on most games
Thanks aaron
There is also the 8gb version for an extra £35, it is the one i went for but ill be using it for 1440p
Thanks...ordered, heat added
Would this suffice for 1080p gaming approaching 120hz? Don't fully expect it to hit 120hz, but getting over 100hz would be nice.
Looking to upgrade the GPU in my HTPC to something a bit beefier.

FWIW - Games in question are usually PUBG and Destiny 2.
solarfreak26/02/2020 22:18

Would this suffice for 1080p gaming approaching 120hz? Don't fully expect …Would this suffice for 1080p gaming approaching 120hz? Don't fully expect it to hit 120hz, but getting over 100hz would be nice.Looking to upgrade the GPU in my HTPC to something a bit beefier.FWIW - Games in question are usually PUBG and Destiny 2.


Not at 120fps. I use one for Destiny 2 on med/high settings and it's usually locked to 60fps. Going to QHD it cant keep 60 so it's obviously not far off its limits. Then again I suppose if you drop shadows to low, maybe even lower render res a bit, might run 80-100 in places. PUBG might. What cpu though? I used to use it in my old 3770k media PC and that cpu was a bottleneck in some games like D2. Whereas with my Ryzen 2600 there is no bottleneck.
stovy26/02/2020 21:31

There is also the 8gb version for an extra £35, it is the one i went for …There is also the 8gb version for an extra £35, it is the one i went for but ill be using it for 1440p



A lot of modern games wont keep 60fps in QHD with this. Even then what I've played on med/high uses 2-3GB on average. Forza Horizon 4 would run at 30 on med in 2160p and hit highs of about 3.7GB, or locked 60 on high in 1080p and use 2-2.5GB. I'd go for something with a bit more power for QHD unless you're playing older stuff. Burnout Paradise and Sonic All Stars Transformed both run 2160p/60fps no problem and use like 1GB of VRAM.
If you crossfired these cards in some cases they're at a 2070 level of performance. Could be a nice little project. Works great in witcher 3, tomb raider, deus ex, for those who care.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 27th Feb
Arkz27/02/2020 05:17

A lot of modern games wont keep 60fps in QHD with this. Even then what …A lot of modern games wont keep 60fps in QHD with this. Even then what I've played on med/high uses 2-3GB on average. Forza Horizon 4 would run at 30 on med in 2160p and hit highs of about 3.7GB, or locked 60 on high in 1080p and use 2-2.5GB. I'd go for something with a bit more power for QHD unless you're playing older stuff. Burnout Paradise and Sonic All Stars Transformed both run 2160p/60fps no problem and use like 1GB of VRAM.


Some games use a lot of VRAM, Fallout 4/76 for example, especially with mods.
There are a lot of games that need more than 4gb at 1440p and this card is def capable at 1440p, maybe not on the highest graphics but Medium graphic settings on games these days still look fantastic

6GB would be enough but I wouldnt get a 4GB card
Edited by: "stovy" 2nd Mar
stovy02/03/2020 13:18

Some games use a lot of VRAM, Fallout 4/76 for example, especially with …Some games use a lot of VRAM, Fallout 4/76 for example, especially with mods.There are a lot of games that need more than 4gb at 1440p and this card is def capable at 1440p, maybe not on the highest graphics but Medium graphic settings on games these days still look fantastic6GB would be enough but I wouldnt get a 4GB card


Yeah some games are hungry.
Textures on medium or high I imagine would be fine. But this might not keep 60 a lot of the time in FO4 with mods in 1440p unless you turn various graphics down, which will lower the vram usage anyway.
I see people using textures on ultra and then being shocked at how much vram is in use, especially when with a lot of modern games you don't notice a difference between high and ultra unless you're in 4k and walk right up to stuff.

I mean at this price I wouldn't be expecting amazing performance anyway. I've been using this since 2018 and have been considering an upgrade for quite some time. If an RTX2070 was about £220 I'd do it, but just can't justify the cost of these cards. I mean you'd think like most products, the more you spend the better deal you're getting. But with GPU's the value gets worse.
A £200 card doesn't even have 2x the performance of a £100 card. And if you want 4k 60 on modern demanding games even a £1000+ 2080ti cant keep 60 on ultra. It's a very wide market it seems. I wish we could go back to when £200 got you a high end card.

I just hope the PS5/Xbox Series X means we get a new wave of more powerful cards for PC soon. Was hoping stuff would be announced at GDC, but it's been cancelled.
Got my one on Friday and it's definitely a huge step up from my r9 280x. For the price it's well worth it. The 8GB one is too expensive an upgrade to warrant the extra for the games I play.
Edited by: "Bimbojimuk" 2nd Mar
Bimbojimuk02/03/2020 22:52

Got my one on Friday and it's definitely a huge step up from my r9 280x. …Got my one on Friday and it's definitely a huge step up from my r9 280x. For the price it's well worth it. The 8GB one is too expensive an upgrade to warrant the extra for the games I play.


enjoy mate.
Could someone who has received either this or the 8GB version confirm if it comes with the original retail box, cables etc?
Would potentially be a present so would be nicer to have at least the box and cables. Thanks!
thedealz03/03/2020 10:38

Could someone who has received either this or the 8GB version confirm if …Could someone who has received either this or the 8GB version confirm if it comes with the original retail box, cables etc?Would potentially be a present so would be nicer to have at least the box and cables. Thanks!


Never received any cables, just a Drivers Disc + Card.
Box well damaged after invoice was inserted as it ripped as well.
The Card itself not refurbished very well as build up of dirt very evident ?
I cannot recommend.
My one was in original box and in pristine condition and cable is from your power supply to GPU, so no cable would be in box.
Just received mine and it's in a new sealed (Sapphire sealing sticker) box. The box is a cardboard inner and glossy outer - same as the youtube unboxing videos but with a different/plain glossy outer. The card inside is perfectly clean (looks new). Only driver disk and instruction manual but again, looking at the retail unboxing videos, that's how they came.
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