Sapphire with their RX 580 Nitro+ took a little bit of a different approach compared to the previous generation
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Its a nice video and this seems like a great card,u got to download a different ver of sapphires trick software,i heard there is one that works fine.
i got it few days ago and got new MB as well but i got a bug with the sound card that shows up as speakers or headphones are not connected when they are not (they are new and i have tried them on different) system) i am really confused and i heard things like that happening before after other cards installed as well,i am bringing the pc to some technicians to figure out what is wrong..
AMD's new Ryzen processors are a smash hit though. I still can't believe that you can buy such a powerful 8 core CPU for such a low price. I'm talking of course about the 1700X, which costs just about £230.
I found this on amazon for about $359-$389. then, I found another one on bitech.com for $249. but it has no backplate. though, I Don't know if the one at Bitech.com is a scam or because it has no backplate.
my rx580 nitro+ only clocks at 1411mhz, i can't overclock it, i am getting instant crashes with like 1430mhz. sometimes it even crashes with 1411mhz in ark and i have to underclock it to 1400mhz. Can this be becouse of my old cpu/motherboard (i5 4430)? My psu is good enough it's an corsair rm750x.
Increase the voltage a bit.Even 10 mV helps quite a bit.Also check ASIC quality by downloading GPUZ.
If it is low well then it wont overclock by alot.My 480 nitro can 1411 without a bump in voltage.Silicon Lottery in work.
Is it safe to use molex to 8-Pin PCIE convertor to run this card? I've Corsair 450w VX which has a 6-Pin cable in a AMD R5 1600 based system, where most online estimations show max required wattage <400
well I broke under load of confusion and bought a new PSU.. sadly could only afford bronze certified CXM one; hopefully that will not be too lightweight or too loud. VX, I will preserve that :P I was even less informed 4years ago but ended up buying gem of a PSU. Anyway thanks again!
TekTick thank you for replying. Perhaps wrongly place question but what I also meant to ask was.. is using molex to pcie convertor okay, esp for OC cards where idle load to boost load can differ greatly. (I have recently got special edition nitro+, tho I won't be manually OC further for now)
So... now it's about $310 plus 27% tax here (I know it sucks) but this is the cheapest one I've found in months.
I've sold my build and now I am waiting for the new i5-8600K to be released. Should I pick up this card (because this is the best deal in months) even if I won't have a PC for 3-4 months or should I just wait the new Vega cards to be released?
Cameron Wallis yeah ive had only amd cards till now, but that was because the amd cards had the exact same power but costed less. But now the 1060 is equal to the 580, but its 50 bucks cheaper. If i would by a zotac one it would be a price difference of 100 $
The 580 has a 8-10% performance increase over the 480, however, I'd probably still go with the 8 GB 480 instead of the 4 GB 580. Those 4 gigs of VRAM will really start to show their age within the next year or two. So for slightly less performance, you'll be better off in the long run with the 8 gig RX 480.
So glad I got an NVIDIA GTX 1070 instead. Thank YOU, AMD, for catering to the crypto-currency crowd and preventing the retailers from selling your cards! :) (You never really did much care about your enthusiast base anyway.)
Thanks for making great videos! I have a suggestion for using a power/watt meter when testing GPUs or CPUs under load compared to idle. Many if not most of the "big" name and well known YouTubers have started using them.
They plug into the wall. You plug the computer into them. As the current passes through the meter will state what the current draw/wattage is. This helpful to gamers, content renders, and miners alike. Amazon sells them.
I want an RGB switch, not a silly and buggy Windows only software. Linux is much more of an operating system than that pile of spyware crap for the beginner and the unconcerned.I just use it for those games that aren't ported yet. (Fingers crossed)
My Sapphire r9 390x is beating this by a lot! 101 fps in metro last light 1080p very high (same as your test), 8.8 in steam VR with 8,753 frames tested, Unigine Heaven bench 70.1 at same settings.........I didn't have any of the other games to test though, so not too bad for an old card I'd say. Can't justify this as an upgrade quite yet, but vega will be here soon.
I´m gonna put a really stupid question here but i really need an answer. I want to change from my R9 270 to a RX 580 but have some size constraints. In some sites it says the 580 Nitro+ is 260mm and on others it says 240mm. can anyone with a Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ give me a correct answer!? Thanks.
But on their site (portuguese) it says 260mm, its confusing because i have a little over 240mm.
Just click especificações (specifications) and look up Tipo de forma (format size). It´s confusing when the same company gets their data mixed!
Dex4Sure Gsync is another reason to dislike Nvidia. Adaptive Sync, aka Freesync, is an industry standard implemented by VESA. With Radeon, you get smooth adaptive sync gameplay for free. With Nvidia, you have to pay the Gsync tax, even though the VESA standard exists.
I hate nvidia simply because of ruining pc gaming (gameworks). am i right ? You can love it as much as you want but can you admit this basical truth ? So, no i don't hate what is better, it's rather the opposite... Ruining games with dirty tactics using gameworks is actually a weakness from nvidia
This is the best review so far. Very detailed.
My only concern is for the design and color of the backplate.Maybe a black color design it will better. I thing this white design , it has limit options for the most of builds.
Great work as always. Thank you.
+Spencer Carruth collecting information.
Bitch ass, windows 10 already does that when you install it
Big youtubers analyzed Vega and said it ain't competing with gtx 1080ti.
And amd don't have money to compete with nvidia high end
And where are you getting your information? Almost nothing has been said by AMD in terms of Vega's relative performance, besides 1 tech demo and the information the released at CES 2017. The rumors you have seen recently are exactly that, rumor. No one from AMD has said anything official, and until that point you should take the rumors with a pinch of salt. NVIDIA is shit if anything else. Monopolistic practices (like inflating GPU prices beyond what they are worth), proprietary technology such as GSYNC, collecting information through telemetry installed through drivers, bloated software, broken drivers.... I'm not quite seeing it. AMD is not a golden company, but they are sure better than NVIDIA that is for sure...
Koning Willem-Alexander So it depends on what the cable is rated at. If its a silicone covering,200 c. If its PVC its 80 c. This stuff should be on the cable apparently(don't want to go check right now). I would imagine the 8+6 pin plug itself is tall enough that the cable wouldn't touch directly. I've looked up a few forum threads by searching"cable touching GPU heatpipe" and all the posts say its fine. Then again,I heard last gen Sapphire put the connectors to the side,why didn't they do it this time too :(
Anuranan Rai Deka I imagine it could eventually damage the cables over time and maybe even melt them on the spot touching.
I dont know how hot the pipes get but an 75 celsius temp gpu + the heat of the cable itself. Sapphire really didnt think this through
Brian Jules Heh, I know which one you mean, it looks like the 480 GTR, but they call the new one (the 580 version) the GTR-S. There's also the GTS, which is the one that's uniquely shaped at the end, so that's probably why they added the 'S' in the GTR-S
Yeah, I opened it from the box and stared at the two front connectors .... *sigh* I'm actually getting some coil whine, because I have a single cable coming from the PSU to power both connectors. I wish I had a second one from the manufacturer, but alas, only one was provided.
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