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Which Rx 580

Vrbisimus

Hi,

 

need an advice on choosing Rx 580. It will be used for video editing, machines are running 16 hours per day.

 

I'm currently looking Gigabyte RX 580 Aorus, 8GB GDDR5, 1380MHz/2000MHz, GV-RX580AORUS-8GD

 

Researching a bit I found that there is good amount of xfx users. At almost same price range I can get XFX RX580 GTS BLK ED 8GB GDDR5, 1257MHz/2025MHz, RX-580P8DBD6.

 

On the other side, SAPPHIRE RX580 8G D5 Nitro+, 8GB GDDR5, 256-bit, 1411/2000MHz, 11265-01-20G is much cheaper, like 50$ cheaper.

 

beside that there are 

RX 590 fatboy

sapphire rx 580 dual puls

xfx rx 580 gts xxx

all cheaper than gigabyte

 

Last build was with ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 580 top but is currently unavailable.

 

 

thx

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I'd just go with the Sapphire. I don't think a $50 premium is really worth it.

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  1. Gigabyte Aorus RX 580. This model is heavily overclocked out of the box (1439 MHz) and has a new cooler that's a huge upgrade over the Gigabyte RX 480. The card been praised as being cool and keeping clocks stable and Newegg claims that temperatures and noise levels are excellent. (i personally think thermals are huge if its on for long @Vrbisimus)

  2. Sapphire Nitro RX 580. Sapphire revamped the cooling solution and the Nitro RX 580 is a huge upgrade over the Nitro RX 480. The cooler is quiet and remains at 75 C or below even at a 1450 MHz clock speed. This reviewhas the Nitro 580 being quieter than a EVGA GTX 1060 SSC which is pretty crazy.

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agree with the above poster, nitro+ nothing else. its the quietest and best looking 580

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