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    Crossfire these bad boys for near double performance on more and more games

  • +3 votes

    IMO, this is the best value for money card out there. This is the point after which %age increase in price is more than %age increase in performance.


    Will this fit in a refurb dell Optiplex 9020 i7 USFF? And if so, is it likely the PSU will be sufficient?

    Was about to pull the trigger on a GeForce GTX 1050 TI OC 4gb Low Profile PCIe Video Card for around $247.

  • +5 votes

    If you're not in a rush, AMD is rumoured to be releasing their next gen cards in Q1 2019. The prices are strongly rumoured to be very very competitive.


      A shame this rumor wasnt leaked/spread before black friday/cyber monday :(


      Thanks mate. Was going to pull the trigger… Will just stick with my 290 for now…


        Here's the rumour if you'd like to have a look:


        I'm really looking forward to a GTX1060 equivalent card at $US129. Without need for an additional 6 pin power connector, this card will be a godsend for ITX builds.


        This isn't a huge step up from a 290 anyway


        290 is fine if you're at 1080p and have a solid overclock. I had no reason to upgrade until I got a 1440p 144hz G-Sync monitor.

        Went with two 290s in crossfire on water and it was a mess. Temperatures weren't bad as I have the radiator space but it's my third crossfire setup and it's the worst I've dealt with.

        If your 290 is stock, overclock it. Most will do 1100mhz or more on the core.


    per the comments this is one of the best value for money gaming card.

    is there any suggestion for a cheap (or cheapest u can get) gaming platform that i can just plug this card in and go? i mean for e.g., those refurbished dell desktop with i7 cpu and some ram and power supply, but no video card?


    worth the extra $40 or so for the 8GB card?

    RX 580 8GB @ computer alliance eBay

    • +1 vote

      I'd say it is.


        So 4% faster, but the benchmarks were all at 1080p.

        Wouldn't you be expecting the 8GB to only matter at higher resolutions anyway? (Though maybe if you want higher res this isn't the card for you?)


      If you want to install HD texture packs for games like Farcry 5 for eg. then yes, you'll need more than 4gb looks at my rx570 shortcoming


      If you can afford the 8Gb Variant; yes.

      If you're extremely budget limited and playing older titles/1080p/esports only get the 4GB card. It will matter for higher resolutions if you ever go that path, and it will also matter down the line with newer games as well as MSAA

  • +1 vote

    Wait for the new rx 3000 cards to be released


    The 8gb for $50 more…


    Hi all,

    I have an core i7 4770 PC with HD7870 card, is it a good upgrade VGA card for this rig for gaming?


      Yes, the CPU will be a good match for it. Any GPU except say a 2080ti would be a good match for a 4770.

      Im pretty sure a 580 is about two times the performance of a 7870, maybe more.

      If you can afford is as above get the 8GB Variant though.

      Depending on your monitor, it makes it a hard sale when if you've got G-Sync or plan to a GTX 1060 6Gb can be had for similar money.


        I'm only after faster frame rates on my old monitor running at 1680x1050. The GTX1060 is also an option but I prefer AMD over Nvidia cards :)