+Dank Doub i guess nvidia has great optimization and can do just fine without much vram. Probably not too future proof tho. Hopefully the new AMD 7nm GPUs are gonna be much better optimised and obviously pack more cores amd higher clocks.
I was wondering which one to buy . And three days ago I got MSI GTX 1060 6GB Gaming X . I must say that I'm really satisfied and much more than I expected ! Every game goes on 2.5K ( 2560x1440 ) on Ultra without stuttering , temps are 65° or lower in load with fans working on 40-60% !!!
i'll take gtx 1060 and i'm willing to do that bcz i need only 60fps gaming bcz my monitor is only 60hz also i like gtx bcz its low temp and less power cosume unlike rx 580 it temperature makes me fricking out
From india here ...bought 1060 6gb about a year back for 30k ...the mini variant (Zotac) had CHEAP build quality- ran HOT ...ditched it ...paid 18k for rx 580 (sapphire ) this year ….MUCH better build quality runs snappier without stutter (Fallout 4) with i5-9600k max temp 62-63deg.…will stick to it till I have a 4k upgrade of my 1080p TV...
Advice : if ya wanna pay more now , get a 1080ti Founders Edition , OEM ones are costlier ..RTX is a gimmick only at this point ..and RTX on literally HALVES the FPS ..
I would think physic depends more on cpu power instead of GPU power, they will probably be around the same performance. Altough The rx 580 8gb is same price or even lower than gtx 1060 6gb but it's mostly preference.
The cheapest 8GB RX580 goes for $297 in my country and the cheapest 6GB GTX1060 goes for $375, so I guess you could say that the RX580 wins in terms of bang to buck ratio and also that extra 2GB of VRam is really nice to have which just sweetens the deal even more. Greetings from South Africa.
Please can someone tell me the best one for my money im looking to get on second hand as im upgrading from my gtx 1050ti so which would be the best choice for me in my country both of these graphics cards are about the same price second hand (they are about £160 upwards) but i just want to know which one would be best for me.
The unconditional winner is RX, in which the game as in Wolfenstein is 20-30 fps difference? The RX 580 accepts the bios of the RX 590 after undervolting, the card works asking the GTX 1060, and it costs less and that's a lot because ordering from Ebay the new is over $ 80 difference.
For a proper comparison, you can only change ONE component, that being the GPU. If there is anything different, such as CPU, RAM or even other active programs, the results aren’t accurate. I highly doubt you two have the exact same PCs besides GPU, so your comparison is invalid.
Yeah, but the 580 is supposed to be a direct competitor to the GTX 1070, as the list of vs should go like this.
RX 560 vs GTX 1050 ti.
RX 570 vs GTX 1060.
RX 580 vs GTX 1070.
RX 590 vs GTX 1080
RX VEGA 56 vs RTX 2060
RX VEGA 64 vs RTX 2070
RX VEGA Edition vs RTX 2080...
Currently the used prices of RX580 8GB is identical to GTX1060 3GB, and about 20% less than GTX1060 6GB, so the RX580 is better value if you can get the 8GB version over the 3GB 1060. I wouldn't get the 4GB 580 though.
Despite the fact that I'm an AMD fan I'm really disappointed of the RX 580.
The RX 480 was the slightly slower competitor of the GTX 1060 and should age better than the Nvidia card because of DX12, Vulkan and 8GB VRAM regarding to many experts. After some time AMD released the 580 which is about on par with the 1060. On top of that the AMD graphicscard uses more power (stock) than the GTX 1060 which is older. The only advantage is the slightly lower price and Freesync which saves you about 100-150€ if you buy a Freesync monitor.
But if you compensate the buying price and monitorcosts after some years depending on your gaming behaviour, the AMD Card is going to be the " worse" card because of the much higher power consumption :( Even the GTX 1070 has a lower TDP despite the much better performance. I'm disappointed of the 580 even though it's not a bad card. I guess it's a complaint because I'm not rich or care about the costs after the purchase :D
I should throw away my gtx 480.. I have been keeping it since 2012 or something just coz I have lifetime warranty on it but now, it can't even play diablo 3 on 1080p high setting. lol.. It's probably much worse than even gtx 1050 ti.
Please, RX 580 8gb or GTX 1060 6gb?. I currently have a new 500w PSU and I use a fresync monitor. RX 580 is about $40 cheaper than MSI gaming X GTX 1060 6gb here in my country. I've read that RX 580 is quite power hungry, and I want to know if I'll be ok with that PSU (it's that evga 500w 80plus one). I'd appreciate any suggestion.
go for 1060 if you want to play safe
People usually use 550 - 600 for RX580 build
but again, it's not only about your Graphic card, but your whole PC component
Both perform pretty similar but RX580 is a bit cheaper
This sounds like a lot of you don't have to pay the electric bill at the end of the month.
That's why you prefer a power hungry graphics card. Ant it's not even a little on load.
In a few years i'll just buy another cheap graphics card, instead of fighting on the internet and winning nothing.
Sure... Nvidia cards are good especially when bought second handed. I'm not saying AMD cards are bad and cards like the 580 are actually pretty good, however I can buy a 1060 for the same price or a bit lower so... And I've had better experience with nvidia cards so I always try to go for one and my next card is going to be the 2060.
The fortnite benchmark was done unprofessionaly because on the rx580 side there were WAY MORE props that had to be rendered (a prop is like a tree or a wall....) The 1060 benchmark was going through a field of nothing and the 580 was going through a lot of trees and a couple of buildings. So this benchmark was done unfairly. Still a decent vid though.
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