AMD today propelled its AMD Radeon RX 580 arrangement of illustrations cards worked around a refined form of its Polaris engineering. These new cards include higher clock speeds and perform superior to the RX 400 arrangement they’re supplanting. How much quicker? We’ll have a lot of benchmarks and inside and out examination soon.
AMD Radeon RX 580 Models
Here is the list of the AMD Radeon RX 580 cards, currently announced.
Gigabyte is one of AMD’s most dynamic accomplices in the design card space, to some degree since it’s adjusting two brands. Its own particular Gigabyte name and Aorus, the organization’s gaming division.
Beginning with Aorus, there are three AMD Radeon RX 580 cards on tap. Appeared top is the AMD Radeon RX 580 8G (GV-RX580XTRAORUS-8GD). It is the speediest of the bundle. However, Aorus isn’t super evident in what frequencies it’s posting. The item page demonstrates the “center clock” set at 1,425MHz in Gaming mode and 1,429MHz in OC mode, which Aorus looks at to 1,340MHz for a reference card. That reference clock sweep is really the lift clock. AMD’s reference base recurrence is 1,257MHz. That persuades Aorus is posting help timekeepers.
In any occasion, the card additionally components Gigabyte’s Windforce cooling arrangement with two 100mm fans, a huge aluminum obstruct with heat pipes going through, and a rear cooling module. Also, obviously there is the essential RGB lighting. Show yields comprise of three DisplayPorts, an HDMI connector, and a DL-DVI-D connector. The card draws control from a solitary 8-stick PCIe connector.
Aorus additionally offers two other AMD Radeon RX 580 representation cards. One is a 4GB model (GV-RX580AORUS-4GD) with a somewhat unique Windforce cooler, 1,365MHz lift check in Gaming mode, and 1,380MHz check in OC mode, and an 8GB form (GV-RX580AORUS-8GD) of a similar card with the same clock speeds. They both have a similar accumulation of show yields and both require a solitary 8-stick PCIe connector.
Gigabyte additionally offers two AMD Radeon RX 580 cards under its own particular marking, the Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 580 Gaming 8G (GV-RX580GAMING-8GD) and AMD Radeon RX 580 Gaming 4G (GV-RX580GAMING-4GD). The cards are the same aside from measure of RAM and highlight shading on the cooling cover. Accepting Gigabyte is posting support tickers, both cards stick to reference in Gaming mode (1,340MHz) while knocking things up to 1,355MHz in OC mode.
Both AMD Radeon RX 580 cards likewise highlight Gigabyte’s Windforce 2X cooling arrangement with two 90mm fans and adaptable RGB lighting. Like the Aorus cards, these have three DisplayPorts, alongside HDMI and DL-DVI-D yields, and draw control from a solitary 8-stick PCIe plug.
Powercolor is another dynamic accomplice of AMD’s with no under four AMD Radeon RX 580 cards to kick things off. Appeared above is Powercolor’s speediest model, the indulgent Red Devil Golden Sample AMD Radeon RX 580 (AVRX 580 8GBD5-3DHG/OC) with 8GB of GDDR5 memory. Like Gigabyte/Aorus, Powercolor doesn’t try to specify center tickers, and rather records a lift clock of up to 1,425MHz. It likewise has a custom cooling arrangement and draws control from 6-stick and 8-stick PCIe connectors. Show connectors incorporate three DisplayPort, one HDMI, and one double connection DVI-D.
Powercolor’s three other AMD Radeon RX 580 models are all Red Dragon variations. One is an 8GB form of the Golden Sample (AVRX 580 8GBD5-3DH/OC) that uses a similar shading yet with slower timekeepers (up to 1,380MHz). It offers similar show associations and power plug prerequisites.
The last two AMD Radeon RX 580 cards are 8GB (AVRX 580 8GBD5-3DHD/OC) and 4GB (AVRX 580 4GDB5-3DHD/OC) models with various cooling arrangements, both with a lift clock of up to 1,350MHz. These have a similar show inputs, yet require only a solitary 8-stick PCIe connector.
Ostensibly one of the most pleasant watching AMD Radeon RX 580 cards out there is the Sapphire Nitro+ AMD Radeon RX 580 8GD5 Limited Edition show. It is one of five AMD Radeon RX 580 cards from Sapphire and the main constrained version variation. The qualification there is that the restricted version SKU gloats filtered out GPUs that have been tried for a larger amount of execution.
These AMD Radeon RX 580 cards have a lift clock of up to 1,450MHz and utilize top of the line parts. For example, Dark Diamond Choke 4 stifles that Sapphire says are 10 percent cooler and 25 percent more power effective than a typical gag. The upscale cooling arrangement has a gunmetal complete with an extensive back-plate, appeared previously. Double metal roller fans and heat-pipes help cool the GPU, and obviously, there is RGB lighting. However, it’s not exaggerated.
Show yields comprise of a DVI-D port, two HDMI ports, and two DisplayPort 1.4 ports. It draws control from 8-stick and 6-stick PCIe connectors (one each).
Sapphire offers two other consistent Nitro+ models, one with 8GB of memory (Nitro+ Radeon RX 580 8GD5) and one with 4GB (Nitro+ AMD Radeon RX 580 4GD5). Both are timed at up to 1,411MHz (lift) and utilize top of the line parts like the restricted release SKU, yet don an alternate looking cooling cover. The GPUs aren’t singled out either. However, these cards are still manufacturing plant overclocked. They additionally have a similar show yields and power connector prerequisites.
At last, Sapphire offers two Pulse models, the Pulse AMD Radeon RX 580 8GD5 and Pulse Radeon RX 580 4GD5.
MSI additionally came prepared to shake with five AMD Radeon RX 580 representation cards. Presented above is the AMD Radeon RX 580 Gaming X+ 8G. It works in three modes—Silent (1,411MHz lift), Gaming (1,431MHz lift), and OC (1,441MHz lift). The memory is timed at 8,000MHz (successful) in Silent and Gaming, and 8,100MHz in OC mode. Cooling is dealt with by MSI’s Twin Frozr VI cooler, which has two Torx 2.0 twofold metal ball fans, 8mm thick heat pipes, and a copper baseplate.
Connectors comprise of two DisplayPort and two HDMI yields, and a double connection DVI-D choice. The card draws control from two 8-stick connectors.
MSI offers this same card in non-X+ variations (AMD Radeon RX 580 Gaming X 8G and Radeon RX 580 Gaming X 4G). Both are checked at 1,340MHz in Silent mode, 1,380MHz in Gaming mode, and 1,393MHz in OC mode. The 8GB model likewise includes a similar memory tickers as the X+ card. The 4GB model drops down to 7,000MHz in Silent and Gaming modes, and 7,100MHz in OC mode. Show connectors are the same (two DisplayPort, two HDMI, and one DL-DVI-D). The power is drawn from a solitary 8-stick PCIe connector.
The last two AMD Radeon RX 580 cards in MSI’s RX 580 lineup are both Armor release SKUs accessible in 4GB and 8GB flavors. MSI’s 8GB model has a 1,366MHz lift clock and 8,000MHz memory recurrence. The 4GB model drops the GDDR5 recurrence down to 7,000MHz. Similarly as with other Armor cards, these ship with a spiffy looking dark and keeping in mind that cooling arrangement with two fans. It doesn’t cover the entire card, so parts of the PCB are noticeable.
Asus has given AMD’s new cards the ROG Strix treatment, beginning with the ROG Strix Radeon RX 580 Top version card with 8GB of GDDR5 memory appeared previously. It’s one of four new AMD Radeon RX 580 cards Asus reported. Satisfying its “Top” moniker, the Top release is the speediest of the four. It’s forcefully overclocked to 1,411MHz (lift) in Gaming mode, and 1,431MHz in OC mode.
The AMD Radeon RX 580 card has a three-fan cooling arrangement with a substantial aluminum hinder underneath. It’s built with a 2.5-space width to give 40 percent more warmth dissemination region. As indicated by Asus, that makes an interpretation of into up to 30 percent cooler temps than reference. It is running three times calmer. There is likewise a non-Top form (ROG Strix AMD Radeon RX 580 OC) with the same 8GB of GDDR5 memory and same cooling arrangement. However, the timekeepers are set somewhat less forcefully at 1,360MHz in Gaming mode and 1,380MHz in OC mode.
Both cards present a local DVI-D port, two HDMI 2.0 ports, and two customary DisplayPorts. Also, they draw control from a solitary 8-stick PCIe connector.
The keep going two SKUs on the rundown from Asus are the Dual Radeon RX 580 and Dual Radeon RX 580 OC. Both AMD Radeon RX 580 have 4GB of GDDR5 memory. The connections to their items pages don’t appear to work right now. Yet, they highlight two-fan cooling arrangements that oppose clean and just turn up as required. With respect to clock speeds, the OC show keeps running at 1,360MHz in Gaming mode and 1,380MHz in OC mode. The standard release is set at 1,340MHz in Gaming mode and 1,360MHz in OC mode.
When you don’t have enough AMD Radeon RX 580 alternatives to browse, XFX conveyed 10 more to the gathering. The truth is stranger than fiction, XFX is putting forth up 10 diverse SKUs. Appeared above is the AMD Radeon RX 580 GTR XXX Edition 8GB White – Best Buy. We interpret it as the meaning is a select model for Best Buy areas. It keeps running at 1,366MHz at stock settings and 1,386MHz in OC mode.
As the name infers, this uses white fan sharp edges, with a red focus. It’s a double fan cooling arrangement that is not completely one of a kind—as with a few different cards, there is a vast aluminum obstruct that runs the length of the card, with heat pipes winding through.