Gigabyte Radeon RX570 Gaming 4G Rev. 2.0, 4GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP

MX80586 Radeon RX570 Gaming 4G Rev. 2.0, 4GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP
MX80586 Radeon RX570 Gaming 4G Rev. 2.0, 4GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP MX80586 Radeon RX570 Gaming 4G Rev. 2.0, 4GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP MX80586 Radeon RX570 Gaming 4G Rev. 2.0, 4GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP MX80586 Radeon RX570 Gaming 4G Rev. 2.0, 4GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP

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Submitted on Monday, March 23, 2020
By Jeff
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

Was going back and forth looking at a 1660S or a used lower end card when this went on sale. Does a great job of refreshing an older machine (AMD FX 8350) until Ryzen 4 comes along and matures.

Weaknesses of the product

Bit noisier then my old R7260. Undervolting solves that and helps with the temps (73° C down to 66° C). Not a great winner for me on the silicon lottery (15% better then average).

Additional Comments

Worth it on sale and to update a older machine.

RX 570 - Still a solid choice for 1080p in 2020

Submitted on Monday, February 17, 2020
By Al
From Winnipeg

Strengths of the product

- Solid 1080p performance - Gigabyte card is well built. - Low noise levels even at full fan usage - Price/Performance

Weaknesses of the product

- Needs a little tuning to get the most out of it (not a problem for those who are comfortable playing with the driver settings) - Higher power draw when stock. (Undervolting somewhat solves this) - Radeon software can be a bit finnicky. - No backplate

Additional Comments

I had some old PC parts lying around so I decided to make a potato build to put under the family TV. i7-3770 (non-k), 16GB 1600mhz ram, Asus P8-H61 mobo. I played around with the Radeon software (which installed with no issues) and settled on these settings: GPU clocked at 1400MHZ - RAM at 2000MHZ and GPU undervolted to 1050mv. So far this has been 100% stable. I've tested several games at 1080p and have been pleasantly surprised: Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - avg 70 fps with a mix of High and Med settings. Darksiders 3 - High settings. avg around 60 fps Dirt 4 - Ultra settings avg 60 fps - High avg 85 fps Dark Souls 3 and 1 remastered - Max settings 60fps (locked) Power usage after undervolting never passes around 130 watts and temps remain manageable at around 75° C. Much less at stock clocks. Fans are silent until they max out and even at 2300 rpm they are hard to hear unless you play with the sound muted. The Radeon driver software has been stable for the most part. (While playing around with overclocking there were some funny black screens and I had to reboot once or twice. I simply backed down the settings to the last ones that worked and was fine) While on sale, for a brand new card, this is hands down the value king right now. Highly Recommended for a budget conscious 1080p build.
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