First post time! Ok, so I have an AMD RX-580 and have had it in my system for a little over a year now. The card itself was pulled from a Dell prebuilt gaming computer a friend of mine had swapped his GTX 1070 into. Yesterday I went through the laborious of installing a new 1tb Samsung 860 Evo, a fresh installation of Windows 10, and all my software / drivers. When the process was all said and done, I noticed when looking in task manager my 580 was showing up as a 480. I’ve looked around online and found that some people had purchased cards online that were just reflashed 480s but those seemed to be from direct purchases of cards through online retailers, not cards preinstalled in a system advertised as having a 580. I’m at a complete loss as to what to do here, I have double checked the card for barcodes / model numbers and everything points to this card being legit but what would be causing my computer to read it as something else?
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
GPU: AMD RX-580 8GB (RX-580DE PA7055 HF)
RAM: 16GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance RBG 3200MHz (Running at 3000MHz)
PSU: Corsair CX750M
MoBo: MSI x370 Gaming Carbon
Storage: 1TB Samsung EVO 860, 1TB WD Black, 1TB WD Blue
OS: Windows 10 Home
Images below to prove I’m not losing my mind here...
This is a screenshot I took in Minecraft two days ago, before I did the upgrade, clearly showing the detected GPU as an RX 580
And here is the CPU-Z readout I did last night after noticing the change...
Here are some photos of the actual card