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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.
Well, why dont you try to use one of the better RX580 instead of this potato one. My own RX580 got more then 1400Mhz. In most of the games (I havent got all of them) i had 10+ more fps. Oh, and my card goes up to a maximum temperatur of 55°C and im using fans for cooling my PC. Furthermore my room temperatur has an average of 28°C. At the beginning you told us that you always take good CPU's so why would you use an Intel? Dont you know that Radeon GPU's run better with Ryzen CPU's?
The simple answer is that I don't have access to one. I pulled this from the Dell 5675 video that I made, I don't have any other 580's to test with, so the only option was work with what I have, I can't afford to buy a better one just for a video. As for AMD graphics working with AMD CPUs, that is simply false, the 8700K is currently the best gaming CPU available regardless of paired GPU, and that is simply objective fact based on benchmarks.
Also forgot to mention a GTX 1060 6gb can't go SLI it dose not support it as well as it has 2gb of vram less then the RX 580 8gb, which is a huge bummer you can actually find the RX 580 8gb for 200$ if you look carefully and if you can't the next thing will be its younger brother which has the same performance as the GTX 1060 6gb (Probably even cheaper then the RX 580 8gb) its the RX 480 8gb make a Xfire (Again if the games you play support it) and YOUR GTG for a while.
I did my HW and the best price per performance is the GTX 1050 ti 4gb card which is what I have on my laptop, and the RX 580 8gb for midrange. However if you wish to make it high range just make a Xfire (granted if almost all the games you play support it that's the Best for AMD) that's worth price per performence. Vega cards aren't worth it in my opinion. The Price per performance is too great of a difference to be worth it, if your buying vega 56 or 64 video cards that is. For that price tag its best to go with a GTX 1080 ti or GTX 1080, be smart and make the right decision people.
The RX 580 8GB card its actually better then a GTX 1060 6GB my friend has a GTX 1060 6gb and we benchmark it and it had a Fire Strike score of 9,990. Afterwards I upgraded his PC to a RX 580 8GB RedColor Mining Edition for the same price as his GTX 1060 6GB and when we ran Fire Strike on his PC it scored 10,658. So yes when people say that the GTX 1060 6GB is a stronger card its not sorry Nvidia fans. I'm nether AMD or Nvidia fanboy I just buy whatever is good for the price per performance.
that is true but I rather have a rx 580 8gb just because it dose perform better at curtain games and I mean really performs better. Like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWw5snjxC1s its close to a gtx 1070 performance level.
I could understand that. I was just saying if you don't have a 1060 it would be best to buy a RX 580 8gb for the value or a RX 480 8GB which is on par with the GTX 1060 6gb in performance. But another reason why I even gotten the RX 580 8gb for him is because he had the Freesync technology on his monitor, which my friend did not know about XD. Of course you are right about not being worth the upgrade if you already have a GTX 1060 6gb for sure.
Like I said, they're very close, it depends on the game being tested, I've got nothing more to add. If I already had a 1060 there's no way I'd "upgrade" to a 580 for a few FPS difference, it's more of a side step.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zLdD-sORXM&lc=z23eenaxgpumsp4qo04t1aokgzsqktnph2gzzvpnwqbmbk0h00410.1526077249785454. Here's a Video of Video Cards trading blows. :) did this prove anything to you? To me all this proved was the person personal opinion of the GPU'S.
68 decibels? I think you are a some nvidia fanboy whos trying to stir up some bullshit here by manipulating your audience. *THE COOLER ISNT PART OF THE GPU. EVERY CARD MANUFACTURER MAKES THEIR OWN AND THEY ARE INTERCHANGABLE* ofcourse you conveniently show the loud reference cooler design (which isnt really quiet on nvidia cards either), as youre too much of a gay fanboy to just not mention sound when reviewing a graphics card, since youre not reviewing specific versions by different producers
My RX580 runs at 0dB until 60 degrees and only then the fan kicks in to cool it below 40 and turns off again
And wanna know something more? Its fucking configurable in software
Haha, I'm just presenting the facts, you decide what you like. I do mention that it's with the reference cooler, and that 3rd party solutions would be quieter and perform better. The fact that you're getting angry and offended over nothing kind of shows who the real fan boy is :~) oh and for reference, I've only used AMD cards from 2010 - 2017.
Are you trying to tell me that somehow the reference PCB which is actually used on a bunch of manufacturers 580's with custom coolers attached and re-branded as whatever gaming brand they run is somehow going to be less relevant than the reference simply because it has a blower style cooler and is produced for AMD specifically and then resold?
And you changed the name of the video, SLICK...
hummm there must be an issue with your 580.... I have an sapphire 580 pulse edition (which is essentially their lowest version close or identical to stock) and with a slower CPU (FX 8350) and DDR3 memory (2400 hz) I get 1500+ at ultra in the unigen benchmark
Refence RX580? this card should be an 'oem only' card (prebuild pcs) made using the existing reference RX480 cooler and also the pcb i would say... AMD didn't launched a reference RX580, it was partner only.
Probably best to check other reviews of specific cards, I haven't tested enough different GPU brands to really have an idea of good ones, I've used a couple of MSI cards that had really good cooling, Nvidia though but I'd expect the coolers to be similar with AMD cards.
I want to build pc with thi GPU, and the spec is:
Sapphire nitro+ Rx 580 8gb.
Amd Ryzen 5 2600x.
Apacer DDR4 PC25600 3200Mhz 16gb (2x8gb).
I do video editing and animating (such as blender). Is it good enough?
Hmm I feel like it's plenty for 1080p, not so sure about 1440p though, it does ok and I don't really expect that to change over the next year. Personally I'd probably be looking at something close to the performance of an Nvidia 1070 for 1440p at high/ultra.
My Sapphire Nitro+ runs 1411mhz at 75c at 1500rpm max on stress tests. Never seen it go above that rpm. You can only hear a tiny, low-frequency whoosh sound of air running through the heatsink if you put your ear next to the case. Gaming is dead quiet, no joke.
My Gigabyte 580 howls if I let it reach its 3000RPM limit, so I set my aggressive fan profile to a 2750 RPM limit. Unless everything is dead quiet, you wouldn't notice it as much. And it still says under 65°C when playing Gears 4 on Ultra @ 1080p with V-sync on. Reference cards scream bloody murder on stock can curves, as do manufacturer cards.
Or don't buy reference cards.
Or if you buy one, downvolt it and modify the fan curve.
Even my MSI RX 570 was pretty loud stock, but modifying the fan curve made it supet silent and ran maybe 2c hotter.
I bought a MSI RX 580. I love it performs amazingly in games and looks great. I had some trouble with it at the beginning causing my system to blue screen but after some research and a hard face palm I realized it wasn’t updated. Haven’t had problems since.
That happened to me with my BIOS for my Ryzen 3 2200G paired with my Gigabyte 4GB RX 560 OC Edition. It was so prevalent until I looked over the BIOS updates again and realized how far behind I was. After the update, I was fine and my 580 upgrade knew better.
It definitely is, it's a reference version which I don't think you can actually buy. I pulled this out of a Dell 5675, for all I know it was specifically made for dell pre built machines - my video on that machine is here if you want more info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSgLwzC9z6U
But driver updates definitely do. VEGA 56 and VEGA 64 are closer to 1070Ti and 1080Ti respectively at this point in time than they were a year ago. And those cards were originally 1070/1080 competitors.
Not really sure what you're saying, yeah there are newer options, if you have more money for Vega. I disagree, the year does matter, drivers improve over time and games are updated and performance changes.
Msi armor has really trash cooler,compared to gigabyte one or most of the other cards,so I wouldnt be surprised at that diff of temps,so I guess Undervolting,even if it isnt required for you is required for him
Christoph Häutle 90-100 degrees is okay for a gpu, but it shouldnt be above 100
Also remember the reference design GTX 480 with its 250W tdp and the cooler plate designed just like a grill for the perfect convenient egg and bacon cooking experience on your gpu? even they still work fine today
Set your temp limit to 80°C and your target temp to 65°C through Global Wattman in Radeon settings. Set the fan RPM limit to 90% its Max RPM.
My Gigabyte RX 580 8GB gaming (rev 1.1) has top fan speeds around 3000RPM, so I set its RPM limit to 2750. That alone kept temps below 75°C without that excessive howl/whine. No undervolting required. You can also change the acoustic limit for a quieter (or louder) experience.
This reference cooler was specifically made for miners, and it also comes with a 6 pin, it almost looks like reference rx480.
The reference rx580 has two fans and it has an 8 pin, thats the minimum specs for rx580, so dont buy this for gaming, temps will be trash and your experience will be choppy.
No, as mentioned it depends entirely on where you are in the game and what's going on, what other players are doing etc, it's basically impossible for you to run the same test as me as there are so many factors, which makes testing that game near pointless, but if you don't people will keep asking why it wasn't included.
Since the prices for video cards here in Canada are beyond crazy for GTX series, this card seems comparable to the 1060. I did used own Radeon video cards in the past lol.
RX580 is very cheap almost 300 here, while 1060 6gb is 200 more.
So which card do you think is better at the end of day? i meanly just want to stream and do high end gaming, dont care to much about Ultra gaming now :p
As I like AMD for the free sync feature on monitors, I just can’t justify that RX 580 uses 45% more energy than GTX 1060. 185W vs 120w for similar performance! It uses 5w more than GTX 1080 which crushes RX 580 by a wide margin and uses 180W! AMD have a long story of its GPU’s consuming vast amounts of power. They have to work and fix this issue for the next GPUs generation.
amd is focussing on cpu market right now and they are making some headway in that segment re energising the competition in cpu segment , as for amd gpu segment they have stated that they will compete in compute segment for workstation since that was what vega was specialised for anyway since their is more money made in the professional market , amd has said that they will compete in mainstream gpu market so navi 10 is said to have performance equal to 1080 or 1080ti at 200 to 300$ price range which should be more than enough horsepower for most people for gaming
arnold shmitt Yep. I agree with you with many statements. 8gb of vram on RX 580 vs 6gb on gtx 1060. Direct X 12 runs better on AMD. I’m not a fanboy of Nvidia. I just stated a fact. As for me I have on my Ryzen 2600x system Asus Rog Strix RX 580 due to free sync monitor that I have. I have nothing against AMD. I just want it to improve and to compete with Nvidia specially on the high end. Vega 65 it’s comparable with GTX 1070ti. Gtx 1080 and 1080ti have no competition. Nvidia it’s releasing new series shortly. And has no release in schedule for this year. More competition it’s better for the consumer. But looks like AMD can’t keep the pace with Nvidia. Wish the best for AMD.
yeah so what nvidia plans artificial obsolence in their product so that people buys their new product will you support that company , i will not as for rx 580 yes it is not as efficient as gtx 1060 , however amd has been making constant improvement in their drivers in some games even better than nvidia , also really love the better direct x 12 support in games as compared to nvidia gtx 1060 and since i game in 1440p the 8gb vram of gpu also make sure i have all the vram needed for extra graphic details , yes rx 580 is not as power efficient so what i got it 10 dollar cheaper too in a discount sale at shop before the crypto currency shitshow
arnold shmitt Bro. Under load RX 580 eats up 220w. If I accept that it’s true that RX 580 consumes under load 185w then why we shouldn’t accept that this point it’s valid for gtx 1060? So gtx 1060 under load 120w. Still your point it’s worthless. 50% power for same performance. Let’s accept. Nvidia GPU’s have better architectures they can handle tasks with less power. AMD should use brute force to achieve same result due to poorer architecture. This is the issue. Simple as that.
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