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Radeon RX 580
Effective Memory Clock
- 4-way CrossFire Capable
- 3-way CrossFire Capable
- 2-way CrossFire Capable
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin
- 637 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build AZEND - Ryzen ITX Master Race Build
The card looks terrifyingly appealing, performs like a king, and is whisper quiet even at full load. Despite the recent GPU price hikes going on at the moment, if you can get this card at normal price (or discounted) just go for it! The RX 580 is quite literally the best card any gamer or mid-tier professional could ever need for the next few years or so (and doesn't break the bank too much!)
It will be best to use the card in a case that supports vertical GPU mounting so your chassis can showcase all that RGB and it's true aesthetic goodness. The card is quite long however, so ensure beforehand that it fits in your case. In regards to GPU sagging, the back-plate and heat-sinks are so well reinforced to ensure it will never happen (as long as it is secured properly in the two PCI slots).
It is powered by one 8-pin PCI rail, and there are more than enough outputs to support most peoples monitor setups (1080P/1440P, Single/Double). Bravo the to Radeon team, the entire RX lineup is insanely competitive when it comes to value for the money!
- 42 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build AMD Mini Fridge
Beautiful card, haven't had much time to dial in an overclock yet. This cooler design is definitely overbuilt for the 580 and never gets very warm at all. Little bit of sag even with a reinforced PCIe slot.
- 17 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Arctic Frost (First gaming PC)
Got this on sale for the price of a Gigabite RX580! Super fast card
- 11 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build My first proper gaming PC a.k.a 'THE DAEDALUS'
Very good GPU for the price, got it over the 1060, mostly because of the freesync, and was around 50 dollars cheaper. Runs very quiet and very low temps. 10/10
- 10 points
- 18 months ago
from completed build Team Red
Handles everything I throw at it with ease. Very silent and a well built card! The Aura Sync technology is great for colour matching with everything else in the build. I would recommend this to anyone!
- 9 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Total Eclipse - My First Custom PC
Absolute beast of a GPU; looks amazing and performs better than I thought! Consistently over 60 FPS in 1080p gaming inc. PUBG, GTA V. Better optimised games eg. Fortnite you get 120+ max settings, Warframe up to 300 in some cases with max settings. The only downside is that it is rather large so ensure that you have a big enough case. This graphics card covers the SATA headers and the grommet which the GPU cable is supposed to route through. It's not a problem at all though; very easy to work around. If you need a quick guide to overclocking on this GPU - ASUS OC's this one to 1411 MHz, I managed to push it to 1475 MHz in the core clock and 2140 MHz in the memory clock with +43 Mv in the core voltage.
- 6 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Red-Radey
BEAST, thermals are optimal, it's very silent, can play games on HIGH/ULTRA.
- 5 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Xeno Alpha (My First Build)
This is an absolute beast of a GPU. It's big, and it shows it in performance. The cooler is extremely good, and while it may only be an RX 580, I am very glad I paid the premium for a Strix card. In addition to this, the custom PCB makes overclocking very nice, myself using GPU Tweak II.
- 4 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Moya in Blue
This card has overheating issues, and I am planing to replace it. The problem appears to be that the onboard RAM has no heat sink, and even with a fan pointed right at the card it tends to over heat in case with 8 total fans.
- 4 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Blackify Value Rig
I bought this from Amazon.ca warehouse deals for $199 to hold me over until a 5700 XT with a real cooler releases.
It runs CS:GO maxed in 4K60 (43" 4K TV) at approx. 100-110fps on a Ryzen 3800X system, which is one of the few pass-time games I play nowadays.