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Consistency of RX 570 cards

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Planning on building a new PC and came across an XFX RX 570 card for $120. Sounds like a good deal, but ive had negative experiences with XFX cards in the past. A few years back I bought what I thought was a normal RX 560 card but turned out to be an 560D, which preforms consistently worse than a normal card in games (but is great for mining because of its lower power consumption) I know that there are a lot of rebranded gpus out there, like cards labled 580 but are really overclocked 570s, and am concerned about the legitimacy of this one, and dont want another underpreforming card. I cant find any benchmarks of this specific example, if anyone can help that would be greatly appreciated.

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There is no variant of RX 570 with different cores, so you've got that clear.


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XFX cards are generally okay.


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