|Standing screen display size||1|
|Memory Speed||1386 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon RX 500 RX 580|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition 1386MHz OC+, 8GB GDDR5, VR Ready, Dual BIOS, 3xDP HDMI DVI, AMD Graphics Card (RX-580P8DFD6)
|Memory Size||8 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon RX 500 RX 580|
|Hardware Interface||PCI Express x8|
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- The XFX RX 580 series graphics card feature the latest Polaris architecture which includes the 4th gen GCN graphics cores, a brand new display engine, new multimedia cores, all on the revolutionary next finfet 14 process technology for enhanced performance and efficiency
- Equipped with XFX double dissipation cooling technology for optimal cooling and performance. Minimum power requirement is 500 watts. Memory clock true: 8.0GHz, boost OC+: 8.1GHz
- Multiple factory GPU overclocked settings - 1366 MHz true clock and 1386 MHz OC+
- AMD VR ready premium - Experience the new generation of compelling virtual reality content with the Radeon RX GTS graphics card paired with the leading VR headsets. The Radeon RX GTS graphics card coupled with AMD LiquidVR technology delivers a virtually stutter-free, low latency experience, essential for remarkable virtual reality environments
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XFX True Clock Technology
BIOS Controlled overclocking.
Software controlled clock speeds can be hindered by overall computer performance. XFX's True Clock however is hardware controlled clock speed performance optimization, so your card is always running at an optimized performance level
XFX OC+ Capable
Going Beyond True Clock.
While True Clock locks in a super fast optimal speed on a hardware level, RX Series cards with an OC+ rating are tested at the factory to go even beyond XFX's True Clock. We encourage you to try these factory tested speeds by using the simple to use AMD Wattman utility, letting you squeeze every last bit of performance out of your card.
Enhanced VRM and Memory Cooling
Cooling technologies don't stop at just the GPU.
After countless hours of research, development, and testing our engineers have developed all new VRM and Memory cooling technology, reducing temperatures VRM by up to 30' C and GDDR temperatures by 20' C, all while reducing dB noise by an additional 5%.
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|Device Type||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphics Cards|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||Unknown|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon RX 500 RX 580||AMD Radeon RX 580||AMD Radeon RX 470||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Ram Size||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||2 GB|
|Graphics Ram||GDDR5||GDDR5||GDDR5||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hardware Interface||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x8||PCIE x 16|
|Included Components||Video Card, driver cd, quick install guide||installation CD, manual||Video Card, quick install guide, driver CD||Graphics Card^QIG|
|Item Dimensions||10.63 x 1.57 x 4.88 inches||11.25 x 3.50 x 6.50 inches||9.57 x 1.57 x 4.88 inches||5.75 x 0.75 x 2.72 inches|
|Memory Bus Width||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits||64 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||1386 MHz||1750 MHz||7000 MHz||1600 MHz|
|Style||XFX RX 580 8GB||Cards||XFX RX 570 8GB XXX Edition||GT 710 2GD3 LP|
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition 1386MHz OC+, 8GB GDDR5, VR Ready, Dual BIOS, 3xDP HDMI DVI, AMD Graphics Card (RX-580P8DFD6) Product description (optional): XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition 1386MHz OC+, 8GB GDDR5, VR Ready, Dual BIOS, 3xDP HDMI DVI, AMD Graphics Card (RX-580P8DFD6) XFX Dual BIOS Mining - We know enthusiast like options, our RX 570 and 580 graphics cards are shipped with a Dual BIOS. If you want optimal gaming performance just install it and go. For cryptocurrency mining, simply shut the system down and flip the BIOS switch on the card. Our mining BIOS is already tuned to give increased mining hashrates without hassle. Radeon CHILL Technology - Radeon Chill is an intelligent power-saving feature for Radeon graphics that dynamically regulates framerate based on your movement’s in-game. During peak gameplay, Radeon Chill works to deliver the full framerate potential of Radeon graphics. As movement decreases, Radeon Chill reduces your gameplay framerate. Designed to save power, lower temperature, and increase GPU life, Radeon Chill enables high performance graphics when you battle and saves power when you explore. High Performance Unibody Heatsink - The XFX RX RS series features our all new Unibody VRM Heatsink construction enable direct transfer to the primary heatsink and heat pipes. This unique combination of material and construction enhances thermal efficiency by a total of 40%. XFX Exclusive Ultra Low Noise XL Inductors - GPU inductors are notoriously noisy with that tiny buzzing noise caused by traditional low quality inductors but XFX's exclusive premium quality XL Inductors utilize multiple layers to seal the Inductors completely and securely nearly eliminating inductor noise.
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Bought the XFX GTS RX 580 8GB DDR5. 0 driver issues. Card still works after a few months and puts out a better picture then my 970. I'll update my review if something goes wrong but, for now, I'm extremely pleased with this card both in terms of performance and price. I'll be all to happy to continue buying AMD in future.
1: This is a fairly large GPU, if you don't have a Full Tower, or an opened-air mobo, your mileage with fitting this thing in a Mid Tower WILL differ
2: My old GPU require two 6-pin, while this GPU required one 8-pin, you will either need an 8-pin or a 6+2 pin to connect your power supply to your GPU, if you don't have a powersupply that you modify, well you will need a new one.
3: For the price, this GPU is very strong, even if it is only a rehash of the 480... and being a year old. It can still run newer titles like Monster Hunter: World without too many problems.
4: Price-wise, having to compete with cryto-miners may increase the price of this GPU from time to time... very annoying.
5: This is a major update from my old HD 7950 (which still works for many games that are moderately intense and are new.)
I've spent about 6 hours trying to troubleshoot this card. So far I've not gotten it to work once. System POSTs, windows sounds tell me that windows is booting, but I NEVER get any video. Forced driver installation overtop old graphics card and reset with new driver. Still nothing. This isn't my first graphics card installation, and I've never had one go this poorly. Did I get a dud?
EDIT: The first one never did work, but the replacement worked fine. Had to purchase a new Power Supply to get full use out of it. Perhaps I have a needy system but 500W wasn't enough to get it running at max efficiency. What I will say is that, now that I have it running properly, the picture is GORGEOUS. Absolutely love it.
EDIT 12/12/2018 - So my saga of the XFX Radeon RX 580 has come to an end. I am returning the card after some very helpful product support from Amazon worked through diagnosing issues on the second card, which replaced the one that wouldn't work from the start. I had the card installed for about 40-45 days before it cut out in the middle of playing a game one night. The system wouldn't even post, so I thought it might be an issue with the motherboard or the power supply which I had purchased to power this card. During diagnostics, it turns out it was the video card, which I learned was indicating a defective card. (Genuine thanks to Amazon Product Support!) It was preventing the system from even POSTing.
This card is headed to UPS today and I will never again purchase an XFX product. I can be pretty forgiving and recognize that sometimes flawed products make it through. This, however, is indicative to me of a larger issue.
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Die erste Karte lief problemlos. Für ca. eine Woche.
Die zweite Karte, ebenfalls ein Warehouse-Deal, war ein heißes Gerät. So heiß, dass sie beim ersten Einschalten nach dem Einbau buschstäblich IN FLAMMEN AUFGING!
Wenn die RX580 nicht gerade die Grillsaison eröffnet läuft sie gut, schnell und leise. Bis auf die Feuergefahr eine klare Kaufempfehlung im mid-level Segment.
-AMD Treiber bietet weniger Funktionen als die Software von nVidia
-Lautstärke unter Volllast
-Eignet sich als Grillanzünder
Nothing against the seller, as they were understanding and gave a full refund.
I decided to give XFX a try, I'd read good things about them, but this is abysmal, I've got a Sapphire card now, RX580, but only 4GB, still runs games very well. Will likely not consider XFX for my next GPU purchase.
XFX poi ha praticamente messo il massimo che si poteva su questa scheda, offrendola praticamente al prezzo più basso. Ma andiamo con ordine:
Dotazione probabilmente standard da questa categoria in su, ma ho apprezzato molto la presenza anche della vecchia DVI-D, oltre a ben 3 DP e una HDMI. Faccio notare che non ci sono uscite analogiche integrate, solo digitali.
Vi servirà un BUON alimentatore da almeno 500W per andare sul sicuro, con cavo PCI-EX. Il connettore di alimentazione è ad 8 pin, ma nella confezione troverete anche un adattatore da 6 ad 8 pin, nel caso ne abbiate bisogno.
MATERIALI E FABBRICAZIONE:
XFX ha fatto davvero un bel lavoro, inserendo componentistica di qualità, con ottimi VRM (i regolatori di corrente e tensione), un back plate nero in metallo che oltre all'estetica conferisce solidità, doppia ventola e copertura in plastica con look al carbonio, una sciccheria. Completa la dotazione il massiccio dissipatore heat pipe, ben 8 GB di memoria GDDR5 e, ovviamente, la GPU AMD RX-580.
E' presente un piccolo led che si illumina di rosso se l'alimentazione è insufficiente, di blu se è tutto OK.
RAFFREDDAMENTO E CONSUMO:
Non ho avuto modo di misurare il consumo effettivo, ma il mio alimentatore da 450W tiene tranquillamente il mio Ryzen 5 3600, la XFX RX-580 e tutto il resto senza fare una piega, quindi di sicuro non è estremamente affamata di energia.
Il dissipatore e le ventole la mantengono sempre sotto gli 80° anche sotto carico; a piena potenza non hanno mai raggiunto la rotazione massima, mantenendosi molto poco rumorose durante il gaming e praticamente mute durante l'uso desktop. Forse è anche merito della buona ventilazione del mio case, ma dal punto di vista raffreddamento e silenzio sono estremamente soddisfatto. Ah, le ventole sono estraibili.
Ancora oggi, con titoli a 1080P e settings a volte medi ma anche a volte alti a seconda del gioco, vi regala un frame rate sopra i 50 FPS.
Giusto per un esempio, col benchmark Superposition unigine 2 a 1080P e dettagli medi, il frame rate non è mai sceso sotto i 50 fps mantenendo la media di 59 fps e ottenendo un punteggio di quasi 8000 punti.
Riesce inoltre a gestire senza alcun problema la risoluzione mostruosa di 5120X1440 del mio monitor super ultra wide a 120 hz; dopo averla montata ed installato i driver, è stato tutto un altro mondo, è come se gli oggetti sul desktop scorressero senza alcun attrito, talmente tutto è fluido.
179€ per questa scheda nel 4° trimestre 2019 sono un vero affare, considerato tutto quello che ha da offrire.
Se siete alla ricerca di una scheda video che offra prestazioni oneste e valide, con budget sui 200€, la RX-580 è ancora oggi una scelta valida. Potreste optare per la versione pompata RX-590, che tra le altre cose è realizzata con un processo produttivo migliore; tuttavia i pochi fps che guadagnereste non ne giustificano la spesa superiore. Inoltre il clock più spinto, nonostante la litografia migliore, la rende identica alla 580 quanto a rumore e consumi.
Quindi, secondo me, la RX-580 è ancora oggi la miglior scheda video budget per rapporto qualità/prezzo, sotto i 200€.
E questa versione di XFX è probabilmente la migliore, in quanto ha poco o nulla da invidiare ai marchi più importanti, e offre TUTTO quello che offrono i concorrenti, pur costando meno.
Vi ricordo inoltre che per questo prezzo avrete anche ben OTTO GIGA di video ram; la sua diretta concorrente, la GTX 1660 di nVidia, costa anche quasi 100€ in più e monta "solo" 6 GB; certo, offre prestazioni superiori, ma il divario è netto solo su alcuni titoli; ribadisco che a 1080P, se vi accontentate, con la XFX RX-580 risparmierete molto.
Infatti la consiglio a chi ha un budget limitato; chi può spendere, sa bene che troverà architetture migliori, più giovani e potenti.
I was more than satisfied when I first purchased as it was a lovely upgrade to my modest GTX 1050. Game performance wise it was fantastic and my benchmarks improved considerably especially when the card boasts overclocks out of the box. However, I was somewhat naive and blinded about some horrible issues which were occurring which otherwise would have lead me to return the card - unfortunately it's too late now.
Running a dual monitor setup, every time the card was under load (basically any game of any level), the second monitor would audibly and visually flick on and off. My initial concerns were a dodgy DisplayPort lead, so I replaced that: no success. Then, as the monitor was new, I assumed it was defective and replaced it too: still no success and the flickering continued. Lastly, I ended up leaving for holiday and on return just accepted that I don't need two monitors to play games on and I can just switch my second off to prevent the flickering. Job done.
Anyway, after wanting my second running again, I decided to investigate how to fix the issue. As instructions in the box suggested, I used Global WattMan to UNDERVOLT the graphics card (that's right, the extra I paid for I'm now losing) however that only reduced the problem and did not solve it. The flickering, the 'snapping' sound continues to this day.
Honestly, steer clear of this particular card. I'm not sure if it's XFX GTS edition, the RX 580 8GB in general or the particular card I've received, but it isn't a rare occurrence. Numerous posts found on Google and Reddit lead to the same question and issues being raised.
I'll be selling this on for a fraction of what I bought it for and purchasing a Vega 64 and hope it's not an ongoing issue with certain Radeon boards.
1 star for price, 1 star for general gaming performance. This loses all its other stars for all the issues listed above.
I managed to have a it stable with 100% fan speed and following a few guides from other people with the issue but will return as it is unacceptable.