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Asus Radeon RX 580 Dual 8GB OC $249 + $23 Delivery @ Umart

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1st post on here but I've been in the market for a 580 and came across this deal! Unsure of what the lowest price has been for this specific card but it appears to be the current lowest price for a 580 8GB in general.

The site says it last's for 15 hours, but I don't know when it started, sorry.

Umart adds a 1.5% fee if paying by Paypal, Zip or credit card (debit) bringing to total to $276.08 (shipping price included).

No fee if paying by Bpay or Direct Deposit - Price: $272 (Shipping price included

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  • +2 votes

    I would much rather get the RX590 for $289 + delivery. It's still cheap but the extra performance is worth it, unless of course, you are on an extremely strict budget.

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      Thanks for pointing that out, I didn't notice that deal! Looks like you'll save $3 on shipping over the 580 as well.

  • +6 votes

    Another Alternative, to save a little bit and also drop to 4GB VRAM

    ASUS Radeon RX 580 Dual Gaming OC 4GB
    https://www.pccasegear.com/products/44097/asus-radeon-rx-580...
    $199+Postage

    • +3 votes

      Came here to say this. You are wasting the extra $50 on the extra 8gb VRAM. The RX580 just isnt powerful enough to take advantage of it. there's a reason why more powerful modern GPUs such as the 1660 series and the RX5600XT "only" have 6gb VRAM.

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      for anyone still playing @ 1920x1080 (1080p) you'd be mad not to get the 4gb version and save $50

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        Games i play are getting a bit too memory hungry lately. I seriously feel that my 4gb 580 just doesnt have enough ram for games like Assasins Creed Odyssey, Anno 1800 and Mechwarrior 5. To name a few.

        Performance may just be a consequence of 8gb of system ram though.

  • +1 vote

    Have one of these, I've found the fans are super noisy.

    I ended up wiring up 2x noctua fans and attaching them with zip ties.

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      The 590 stops the fans on normal desktop use, only active during games.
      Is it not the same with 580?
      +1 for cable ties

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        Its the same with my Sapphire 580, you can enable/disable it in the AMD control Center.

        Or just manually tune the fan profiles and or voltage stages (Underclock at level 1-3) so it doesnt generate enough heat to activate the fans.

  • +2 votes

    i love the rx580, its a bloody good card in my opinion. expecially for the price.

  • -2 votes

    at this price you may as well get the 5500 xt you'll save so much on power cost

    • +1 vote

      save so much on power cost

      More like… nada

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        well it depends on how much you use it, if your computer all the time the 580 is burning extra watts just from idle consumption

        • +2 votes

          There is around 6W difference between idle on the modern 5xxx and older 5xx cards (https://www.anandtech.com/show/15206/the-amd-radeon-rx-5500-...)

          Note, this 6W difference is around 1/10th of the total power use of the computer on idle, so makes no difference, whatsoever.

          Anyway, if we calculate with a 23c/KWh energy price, that is

          6 / 1000 * 23 / 100 * 24 * 365 = $12.09 different in a year, if the computer is on 24/7

          That is more like… nada, under normal (mostly desktop) use.

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            @ocoolio: yeh but over say 4 years that's almost $50…

            if you're like me i have my computer on 14hrs/day, so the savings are real.

            also under max load the 580 will pull way more power

            • +5 votes

              @abctoz:

              yeh but over say 4 years that's almost $50

              More like $28.21 over 4 years if you use your computer 14hr/day. Did you fail math or something, or even worse, are you suffering from dyscalculia?

              So over 4 years, you would save half the price of what you would spend on a more expensive card.

              Good chat

              • -5 votes

                @ocoolio: lmao calm down

                what if i use it for 5 years? what if i decide to game for a few hrs?

                a 5500 xt is currently $279: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/48821/powercolor-radeon-...

                you do the maths

                • +2 votes

                  @abctoz: What next.. switch off all the lights, switch the refrigerator off between 11pm - 6am, only use a fan in summer, and only hot water bottles in Winter… I mean that is going to make you a good chunk of change on power costs, saving $50 over a few years, really???

                  • +1 vote

                    @TilacVIP: if you take $50 off a graphics card and put it on ozbargain, people will be falling over themselves to snag it, but if you say you save $50 power bill, it's almost like people's brains stop functioning - the result is the same if you think about it, you get $50 extra in your bank account

                    • +2 votes

                      @abctoz: Let's be real here, if you took a survey I'd say 99% would not be buying a graphics card for saving on power bills.

                      People care about FPS, not $50 in power bill savings over 5 years, but if you are one of those, more power (no pun intended) to you.

                      • -2 votes

                        @TilacVIP: it's a strange condition you get after having done some crypto mining, you start thinking about power bills a lot more ;)

  • +1 vote

    This is a good card for anyone with a legacy 'cheese grater' Mac Pro wanting to upgrade to Mojave.

    (If you PC guys cannot figure out what I mean, don't worry it's kinda specific to Apple users.)

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    At these prices its getting seriously tempting to just drop in and buy a 2x cards for Crossfire..
    If only Crossfire was still a viable investment. :(

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