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can you point me towards a video or guide on how to overclock this video card as I have the same one and I do not feel like frying it by tweaking the wrong things too high or the wrong things in general.
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..
hello bro i hope i am not bothering. you i need some advice bro i got this card a few days ago. i am using this gpu with an old silverstone 80+ plus 500watts psu. do you think i should upgrade asap or keep it for some time. i do see some issues in the pc like some stutters sometimes and also the audio changes as well sometimes.
Wow. I got my friends ASUS RX580 Dual to 1500mhz core clock without even trying. I din't even play around with Voltage. But my choice is still the Nitro+ because of the dual bios, so i can put the Nitro+ Special Edition BIOS on there safely.
@TekTick yes gtx 1660 came to our market but the cheapest gtx 1660 is asus phoenix one fan version it goes for 282 usd which is 72 dollars more than rx 580 4gb which is 33% more but it performs only 15%~ better.
Sure gtx got 2gb vram more but at full hd it wont matter in most games and both these chips are to weak for 1440p.
The only real downside i see with rx 580 is that for some reason it draws 185w power that is to much for such a card.
Hey guys, just bought this card recently, the card is awesome for its price ..I have just one question...In the description it is indicated that it can boost up to 1450mhz out of the box, however my clock speeds are constantly fixed at 1250 MHz while gaming...I don't want to mess manually with overclocking..Could you please name me the reason of this small issue ?)
You have soft Balkan or slavic accent, i hope she is getting better temps than stock version..i just got the thingy cheep now in 2019 can wait to test t out..in some YT benchmarks she(stock version) is way too much hot for AMD cards..it should be at least 5 to 7-degree cooler...subbed cuz i like to help struggling youtubers, greetings from Serbia..
If you look on Sapphire's website, you can see that the 6 pin is only an optional power connector and you can actually get away with using just the 8 pin, as I am doing in PC right now. The lighting still fully works as does the card, however I think the extra power connector would be useful if you wanted to overclock.
I bought the 4 gb version and only plugged in The 8 pin since I read it should work fine With only just that. When I play games at higher settings after a couple of minutes My game freezes and it crashes. Help please!
I am confused please help me i am getting rx 580 sapphire edition for 314$ and rx 580 aorus edition for 281$ which one should i go the sapphire edition has oc and has base clock 1411 mhz and aorus one has 1350-80mhz around so which should i consider , the prices are based on indian currency value,please reply asap!
Also tell about temps of both cards
Returning currently, but I opted for the gigabyte version(used), was a little cheaper but I liked the design and the low temps. I had a problem with the card being a little too big, and uefi compatibility issues with an older ivy bridge board but besides that 👌.
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.
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