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ASUS Radeon RX 580 Dual Gaming OC 4GB $199 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ PC Case Gear

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A great alternative at the $200 price point with a significant bump over RX 570 performance at the same price.

Please note that this card has 4gb of VRAM so it will not perform as well as its 8gb counterpart at higher resolutions.

On sale! (normally $249) The ASUS Radeon RX 580 Dual Gaming OC graphics card features a 1380MHz engine clock in OC mode, 4GB 256-bit GDDR5 memory, PCI-E 3.0, Patented Wing-Blade 0dB Fans, OpenGL 4.5 support, DirectX 12 support, DVI-D, 2x HDMI 2.0b and 2x DisplayPort. Backed by a 3 year ASUS warranty.

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  • +7 votes

    Bad deal. You can get the 8GB model for roughly $245 after the Plateau discount code

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/MSI-RX580-8GB-Armor-OC-PCIe-Vide...

    • -1 vote

      Neither are great value up against any sales for the GTX 1650 Super, 1660, 1660 Super, or the RX 5500XT (either variant).

      If money's that tight when looking for value, you should either way for something like an RTX 2060 or a 5700 to go through the floor in 5-7 months, or wait for next-gen, as it's the wrong time in the product cycle to be looking for value.

      • +4 votes

        Neither are great value up against any sales for the GTX 1650 Super, 1660, 1660 Super, or the RX 5500XT (either variant).

        They absolutely are great value when the next cheapest deal for any of those GPUs you listed starts at $268 currently, and that's for a GTX 1650 Super that is literally identical in performance to an RX 580 in a majority of titles.

        To get a measurable improvement over the RX 580, the going rate for a GTX 1660 is ~$350 and that's a $150 dollar difference in this case for about a 15% improvement in performance, which is pretty debatable (you're almost able to afford another RX 580 with the money saved). That has been the standard price differentiation between the entry-level tier and the bottom of the mid-range tier in both side's line-ups for eons now, so in no way does that constitute a "good deal"; that's rather run-of-the-mil.

        The historic low for a GTX 1660 was $279 back in April, and while I agree for that price the GTX 1660 is a no-brainer, beyond that there really haven't been any GTX 1660/GTX 1660 Super deals posted on OzBargain that weren't above $300.

        you should either way for something like an RTX 2060 or a 5700 to go through the floor in 5-7 months,

        Yeah some people need GPUs now champ and don't work on the GPU manufacturers' schedules.

        as it's the wrong time in the product cycle to be looking for value.

        It's also the wrong time to be giving out piss-poor consumer advice, but yet here you are again, spouting off silly suggestions like wait 7 months.

        The RX 580 is still a perfectly serviceable card for quite a large swath of the gaming demographic and for this price point, you really cannot compete on a performance-per-dollar basis.

        I might also throw in the fact that the RX 580, like most AMD cards, will hold its performance over time a hell of a lot better than an equivalent Nvidia card which will probably get neutered by subsequent driver releases in 12-18 months.

    • +1 vote

      An RX590 was ~$240 just last week a couple of weeks ago.

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      The 8GB VRAM model is fairly redundant for most gamers, because at higher resolutions like 1440P or 4K, your FPS is going to be so piss-poor because the the RX 570s/RX 580s are absolutely not designed for 1440/4K gaming, that all of that extra RAM intended for higher AA/AF and other advanced rendering effects simply won't matter one iota.

      The 8GB variants still have same core counts and clock speeds as the 4GB variants, so they'll push identical FPS at 1920x1080, which is where these cards still excel.

      I would simply save more money and go with this. At $200, the performance-per-dollar is still nigh-on unbeatable at the moment given how overpriced the RX 5500 XT/GTX 1660 are currently, and especially given the rather small performance difference of about 10-15% between the GTX 1660 and the RX 580.

      I've been running an RX 580 (4GB) for 2 years now and I find it's just capable enough to still be relevant for Triple-A gaming @ 1920x1080 (or 2560x1080 in my case) in 2019 (albeit with a hefty OC). Luckily, most RX 580s OC really well (mine is running at 1450Mhz on the core, which is nearly 200Mhz above the stock core clock speed; you won't find any other mid-range cards that can OC that much these days).

      • +1 vote

        While I agree with most of what you said, it's not a very good deal (unless you can do C&C) after you've factored in delivery. For someone like me, who is an eBay Plus member, the deal posted above for the 8GB is much better, $245 for an 8GB card delivered.

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          Yeah agreed, I just wanted to let people know either way you go (4GB or 8GB), the RX 580 is a really good value GPU even now on the verge of 2020, and you're not missing out on much by going with a 4GB model.

          It's really a case of whichever offer saves the most money for you (the standard eParcel shipping cost with PCCG, even to Perth, is only $15 though which is pretty reasonable and still makes this deal a historic low for an RX 580 4GB).

  • +2 votes

    Worth noting the RX 580 comes with either Borderlands 3 or Ghost Recon Breakpoint plus three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC (assuming PCCG are participating like they have previously) while the GTX 1650 Super comes with… checks notesa PUBG tracksuit

    The RX 5500 XT apparently comes with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition (the base game and new expansion), plus the Game Pass, which is pretty nice too.