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rx 570 8gb vs 580 8 gb

is there any real difference because I can get a rx 570 8gb for £160 and a rx 580 8gb for £200 is it really worth spending the extra money

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Only you can decide whether it's worth it... the performance gain from a 570 to a 580 is bigger than from a 580 to a 590 so there's that.... then again the 570 is not that much behind.

 

If you have no plans upgrading any time soon might be worth affording the 580 just for peace of mind.

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3 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Only you can decide whether it's worth it... the performance gain from a 570 to a 580 is bigger than from a 580 to a 590 so there's that.... then again the 570 is not that much behind.

 

If you have no plans upgrading any time soon might be worth affording the 580 just for peace of mind.

I want it to last at least 2 year so the 580 is a better choice 

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7 minutes ago, T123 said:

I want it to last at least 2 year so the 580 is a better choice 

Sure is. The RX570 sits between the GTX1060 3GB and 6GB and the RX580 sits between the 1060 6GB and 1070. That's a notable difference. AMD worked some magic with their drives in the past year.

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7 minutes ago, NelizMastr said:

Sure is. The RX570 sits between the GTX1060 3GB and 6GB and the RX580 sits between the 1060 6GB and 1070. That's a notable difference. AMD worked some magic with their drives in the past year. 

So go for the 580 8gb for longevity 

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Just now, T123 said:

So go for the 580 8gb for longevity 

Yes. Get one with a decent cooler, so not the reference cooler or the MSI Armor.

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Just now, NelizMastr said:

Yes. Get one with a decent cooler, so not the reference cooler or the MSI Armor.

Gigibyte or xfx or power colour 

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18 minutes ago, T123 said:

Gigibyte or xfx or power colour 

XFX if possible, has good cooling and customer service. Powercolor has cooling but not customer service, while Gigabyte cools below average and doesnt have much customer service either.

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4 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

XFX if possible, has good cooling and customer service. Powercolor has cooling but not customer service, while Gigabyte cools below average and doesnt have much customer service either.

OK thanks for your advice 

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8 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

XFX if possible, has good cooling and customer service. Powercolor has cooling but not customer service, while Gigabyte cools below average and doesnt have much customer service either.

Im looking

 

Im not overclocking so it should I not make alot of difference if I get the Gigabyte one 

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1 hour ago, T123 said:

is there any real difference because I can get a rx 570 8gb for £160 and a rx 580 8gb for £200 is it really worth spending the extra money

should tell us what pc you have including monitor and what you want to play. 

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1 minute ago, asus killer said:

should tell us what pc you have including monitor and what you want to play. 

Im have know taken the plunge and ordered the Gigabyte version 

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7 minutes ago, asus killer said:

should tell us what pc you have including monitor and what you want to play. 

It will be going in a pc with Gigabyte gaming ab350m mother board ryzen 3 1300x and replacing a sapphire Nitro rx 460 4gb oc

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7 minutes ago, T123 said:

It will be going in a pc with Gigabyte gaming ab350m mother board ryzen 3 1300x and replacing a sapphire Nitro rx 460 4gb oc

monitor?

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1 minute ago, asus killer said:

monitor?

Im using a Samsung 32inch TV at the moment but thats next on the list 

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4 minutes ago, asus killer said:

monitor?

And the games I play are racing games 

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4 hours ago, T123 said:

Im looking

 

Im not overclocking so it should I not make alot of difference if I get the Gigabyte one 

if you save money then sure, just know that you also get less in return

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