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If you had to choose between a RX 480 4Gb and a RX 570 4Gb and they are the same price, which would you choose?

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3 minutes ago, Palaiologos XII said:

I want to pair these two gpus with a Ryzen 5 1400.


Would the RX 480 4Gb be better than a RX 570 4Gb?

What models? How many fans? What design of cooler... all these things do factor into the prices and could make one a better choice over the other.




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1 minute ago, Streetguru said:

The 480 because it has more cores and you can just overclock it a 580's level most likel

Considering that a 580 is essentially an overclocked 480 with a couple tweaks xD


480 all the way

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Considering the 580 is basically a rebadged 480...

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480 perf > 470 perf, and 570 is basically 470.

Want to know which mobo to get?


Choose whatever you need. Any more, you're wasting your money. Any less, and you don't get the features you need.


Only you know what you need to do with your computer, so nobody's really qualified to answer this question except for you.


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This is literally a no brainer. 480

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1 minute ago, Palaiologos XII said:

Nice I think I'll get a RX 480 then, I am going to get one from Powercolor that is 8Gb and this one is the Red Devil Edition with three fans. 


I wouldn't pay that much for an RX 480, especially that one. Don't run furmark on it or overclock it much if any. The VRM will be fine for daily use, also it was probably a miner card


What's your current PC/GPU?


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48 minutes ago, Palaiologos XII said:

I want to pair these two gpus with a Ryzen 5 1400.


Would the RX 480 4Gb be better than a RX 570 4Gb?

Wouldnt it 100% hinge on the price for either one. Which is in the title, my bad, was into reading the posts. Same price do as mentioned by everyone. 470

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