Let’s take a look at the AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics card and see how well it performs in 2018. We’ll benchmark this card with some games and benchmark tools and find out its average and 1% low frame rates, temperatures at idle, full load and while gaming both at stock speeds and while overclocked, and hear how loud the blower style fan gets before finally decide if it’s worth buying at current inflated cryptocurrency mining prices.
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+Jarrod'sTech yessir cant wait to use it, currently rocking a dell work station with a i5 4570/8gb/500gb SSD. I have the case for my next super budget build already, hopefully I can pick up a ryzen 5 2600/mobo/ram on black friday but it may take me til dec to finish the build. Also subbed cuz u replied <3
It was not 😛 I have recently been able to get stuff closer to launch as the channel has started to grow though, I had the 9900K, 2920X, 2950X, RTX 2080 for day 1 reviews over the last few months so hopefully more of that to come 👍
Well I guess it is still 6 months old, I have updated my game suite to test with newer stuff, though I still keep some older ones in there because I'm just not in a position to go and spend hundreds of dollars on new games continually just for testing unfortunately.
+Jarrod'sTech Wow didn't expect a reply on such an old video.
There's nothing wrong with testing hardware late, especially if you're testing how new games perform. Like you said people must agree, the video did do pretty well.
The biggest problem I had with it was I think most games you tested came out before the rx580 was released. How does it performs in 2018 doesn't mean a whole heap if you're not testing 2018 (or even 2017) games.
this card is shit xfx r580 dont buy cant stream and play at the same time and some times just shut down while playing always saying a problem with mantel i had r9 270 and it did fine im done with amd cards going with the green guys asap
+Jarrod'sTech I bought mine around May when prices just started dropping. Bought it for like $320 after rebate. I guess I should have waited and could have maybe bought a Vega 56 or 1070! Oh well. Needed the upgrade haha.
+Jarrod'sTech also I used Msi Afterburner to set a Custom Fan curve that kicks in at 30c at 30% 40c at 50%, it usually tops out at 60c in Mech Warrior Online with Max Settings at 70% Fan Speed the noise is audible but bearable... Ironically the Fans are slightly out of sink though the RPM is the same and the Thermals are good, this kind of gives it a pulse sound, which is kind of Adorable... Overall I think I am going to be good for good span with a Ryzen 2600x and the Rx580 and 16gb of Lpx Vengeance XMP 3000Mhz...
Also Sapphire is known for it's Durable Cards... Have a Stash of Old Warhorses...
Other Games I have Tested are Fallout 4, For Honor, Wow, POE and Several Others the Temps are Quite Predictable hitting 60c on Average... My Idle is 30c... Most of my Games hit 60fps or Exceed it though I just lock it at 60fps to prevent any tearing as my Panel is only 60Hz even if it can say 100fps or more I doubt I'd see it properly. Ehh anyway Compared to the Spare 1050 Ti I was Running this thing is at least 45% better at 1080p even if it requires more power, but I got a 650W PSU so I am Fine
Hmm I guess hard to compare those games directly unless you play in the same map as me with the same stuff happening, that's why I try to use a mix of built in benchmarks, easier to compare with! That said this is only a reference model, so I wouldn't be surprised if some third party board partner card from a previous generation was competitive.
RX 580 using 6pin to 8pins ADAPTER
IS IT OKAY IF I WILL USED 4+4pin=8pins or 6pins to 8pins ADAPTER INTO AN RX 580 8GB? Because it REQUIRES 6pins and 8pins and my PSU ONLY HAVE 2pcs of 6pins and 2pcs of 4pins.
Do i need to buy a new POWER SUPPLY?
Alright Jarrod, this is not a rx580. You see, I saw these cards on Craigslist for really cheap; red pcb and a 6 pin power connection. Now, none of the 580's that have ever been made have a 6 pin; they all have 8 pin. What happened is Dell made an Alienware computer and was lazy, so, they took the RX 480 and flashed the bios to make it LOOK like a 580, but it is in fact a 480. This explains your inability to overclock much, because it is literally a 480.
I'd look at the i5-8400, but you've also got the higher 8500, 8600 and 8600K options available, but all of those will require a new motherboard. You could of course buy a better 6th gen CPU that would fit your existing socket if you just want to do an in place upgrade though.
I'm assuming you meant the i5 7640x? Do you already have that CPU? If so it should work pretty good, although I find it difficult to recommend buying Kabylake-X unless you're getting a really nice deal on a motherboard, as you basically have to buy an X299 board and will only be able to use half of the memory slots, it's already been discontinued so the CPU itself may be a good price, just keep in mind total platform costs.
My Sapphire 580 Pulse is cool and quiet even @1410MHz Core +8℅ Power Limit. Cant even hear the fans in their default fan curve. Btw I got it brand new and with warranty for just 9995 PHP or around 99USD
I grabbed a MSI RX580 Armor 8G OC for $329 CAD and am getting a Kraken AIO GPU cooler for it, it's a cheap 80$ CAD upgrade that will alleviate the somewhat loud oem fans and give more than $80 worth of increased performance.
The RX580 was put into my newest build.
- i7 8700k ( obvious choice for a gaming build, even for a die hard AMD fan)
-Corsair H something aio cpu cooler
-32GB of Corsair Vengence RGB ram
-1TB Crucial M.2 drive
-Gigabyte Aorus 3 RGB mobo
-650 watt Thermaltake RGB Fusion fully modular PSU.
-Thermaltake Versa C22 RGB Snow edition case
I really like the fact the money I saved just by grabbing the RX580 rather than a 1080/1080ti or RX Vega was more than enough to get an extra 16gb of ram, upgrade the M.2 drive to a TB instead of getting a smaller OS M.2 with a mechanical storage drive and go fully modular on the PSU. Being able to spend that extra money on something other than GPU allowed me to build the PC I really wanted (for a change). No regrets on the RX580 OC card I got and I can't wait to see how it performs with the Kacken GPU Cooler.
Lmao! Your trying to bring mobile processors into it to try and skew the scale don't stress I never said that i5 processors weren't ok for gaming rigs or knocked any non 8700k cpu inside gaming machines. We all know the game developers and gpu manufacturers are bleeding us dry to buy new better faster hardware meanwhile they aren't even coding games to operate on cores and threads not used by the OS and never more than 2 cores. Right there a lot of idle unused power just doesn't get used because of lazy inefficient coding and the same is true for cpus after 2 cores pretty much. even modern games rarely use more than 2 cores no matter if it's a quad core, 6 core,8 core or Xeon and in that sense you are 100% right in saying for a gaming system i5s and other choices are just as well as an i7 in building a gaming rig right now ;but things like sse versions and all these other bs things in which software and firmware versions can render our hardware obsolete if we've got too many years of gaming out of our hardware. Rip Phenom2 1090t's with six cores and tons of power rendered obsolete by an SSE call only required by Denuvo which was cracked in no time anyways and most the companies released a quick patch to add support for the older phenom2 processors for all the games except a couple. So in saying the 8700k for me was the obvious choice, it's personal for me and heavily based on being very current gen technology. I wasn't trying to egotistically say it was the obvious choice ;but understand how it could come across. Plus I was either building with a 8700k or going 1900x thread ripper and the cost of just the x399 mother board made the 8700k the obvious choice. I should have been more clear rather than just saying I've been red and not providing more context like what the 8700k was competing with in my build to make it the obvious choice. Long winded ;but if you want me to say sorry any better then I don't know what to say lol
For the price difference going with the 8700k and all it's cores and over clocking capability buying anything less is like putting a V6 in a Corvette just because it will still be able to drive. Only someone who doesn't know much about technology would dare say an i5 is on par with an i7 8700k.
Nice Video. I have been using my MSI RX-580 Gaming X 8gb since April of 2017 - been serving me well. My previous card was the ASUS STRIX Radeon R7 370 Overclocked 4 GB - which is now my back-up video card in case any thing happens to my RX-580.
In what particular games? If it's stuff like PUBG then the results aren't comparable, only directly comparable to built in benchmark tools where the exact same runs are done. In any case this is a reference model, so I'd also expect any other option to perform better.
Jarrod'sTech I keep finding myself being a looks snob( this is my first build) but then right before I order each piece I start watching your vids and a few others and sacrifice the looks. Lol thanks for the great content!
true but it matters what kind of settings you're good with. I would do high - ultra (ultra may be useless but I like considering it as it's highest possible settings) and I'm worried about tearing. I found a 1440p 27" Gsync 1ms TN panel HP Omen online for $330 so I'm thinking..... what a profit I could get
I got my rx 580 last christmas as a prenent and my parents paid about 300-400 euro for it, though it might be getting bottlenecked abit by my cpu: Intel core i3-6100, the pc does the job and actually mine (asus doom edition) doesn't get that loud, though after a full out max overclock 2 hour game sesion sitting in a quiet room it seems like i have a jet engine in my case :D, but can't notice it while gaming since I mostly have my volume turned up to 60-70% of my speaker's max volume, overall great card and I'm really happy with it :), great review.
It's not too much of an upgrade, go for it if you really need more and can sell the 1050Ti, otherwise I'd probably wait a little bit and see what the next generation has to offer as that shouldn't be too far away.
im so glad u replied :3. but do you think a rx580 (just like strix top oc) would be able to handle the 2560x1080 resolution. I've been finding benchmarks but unfortunately all are not updated and I'm not sure if the recent updates of AMD has improved these cards.
The 580 8GB is closer to the 1060, not sure about the 580 4GB if that's what you mean. Probably still the 580 though, this video shows how it performs against a 1060 3GB which will generally be better than 1050Ti: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzx-us9g86U
great review, I just bought a Dell Inspiron: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 - 16 gig RAM - Radeon RX 580, basically the exact same thing you used in this review, I'm quite happy with my choice after watching this video.
Up until Christmas 2017, I had been using an Intel Core i3 for PC gaming. I got used to it, my friends were horrified.
I then got the Dell 5675 for Christmas that you showed in your video. I wanted to see if it was worth it, I'm glad to see that it is, as I am someone who isn't really in the know about computer parts. Naturally the person who is, is just a big Intel fanboy and told me that my setup was shit *ONLY* because it was AMD and not Intel. I need new friends.
Maybe they're just mad AMD parts perform better than what they have 😛 the fact is the Ryzen CPUs offer really good performance for the money compared to Intel these days, as long as it plays games well for you then that's all that matters 👍
If a component gets too hot, it will just throttle back and perform less, if it gets too serious things will just turn off, these days it's extremely difficult to actually damage something due to heat. 70 is perfectly fine, don't worry about that at all.
That game gets plenty of updates and my results aren't exactly recent 😛 and frame rate will vary quite a bit depending on where you are in the game and what other players are doing, without using my same replay not really feasible to accurately compare
Jarrod'sTech Thank You so much Just found one 1060 for 385 Literally took me hours even Ebay is expensive im gonna go for 1600 coz its cheaper and i can probably get closer to 2nd Gen by Overclocking it. Thanks again Just one More Help here, any suggestions for the mobo ?
I'd probably just go the 1060 because it's cheaper and in games performance is similar, you should probably look for specific benchmarks in the applications you plan on running though. Sure, Ryzen is pretty good, little improvements with Ryzen 2 but the first gen is still good.
It's equivalent to an Nvidia 1060 6GB, Hardware Unboxed recently did a good comparison video between the two in a number of games here so you can see the differences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1p9lySsrYcw
I have a problem, I bought an Alienware Aurora R6 last week. It says it has a Nvidia GeForce 1070 gtx...Now I open the pc and noticed it's a Radeon RX 580 in there. Is this a scam?? Should I cry? Or just take a seat?
Sorry, it was listed as 1070 on his ads and when I received my monitor today, I decided to check all my specs... That's what I thought...Well the guy had no idea, he didn't even know what was better between 1070 and 1080 (no joke).... Anyway you said 1070 is a fair bit better, I have my answer. Thank you very much for the quick answer.
Where does it say 1070? Somewhere in Windows, or do you mean when you bought it? If it was listed as 1070 when you bought it then sounds like they just sent you the wrong one, you should contact them about it and get the correct one as the 1070 is a fair bit better than 580.
That is correct, in fact i don't think you can even buy a reference 580. Unfortunately, I am a small channel so I can only make videos with what I'm able to get, which in this case was this, yes it is not ideal but it's what I have.
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