MSI Radeon RX 580 Gaming X+ 8G Score Details “The RX 580 skates by on slightly higher performance, at the cost of power and size.” Smooth 1080p gaming Performance boost over previous model Versatile connectivity Large, quiet fans High power usage Massive size for performance level Needs two 8-pin power connections AMD’s Radeon RX 580 enters an exceptionally crowded mid-range GPU market. The RX 480 just ten months prior set the record straight with impressive performance at the $200 price point. Then, the GTX 1060 fired back by bumping performance again, while cutting the power. AMD came back early with the RX 500 Series, and it didn’t go unnoticed. The RX 570 broke the RX 480’s performance by a decent margin, and even traded blows the GTX 1060, leaving the RX 580 to define the next step up the power chart. With the chips stacked against it, does the RX 580 redefine mid-range performance once again? Under the hood Not much has changed under the hood between the RX 480 and RX 580, as the new hardware is still based on the Polaris architecture. AMD has bumped the base clock from 1,120MHz to 1,257MHz, and the boost clock from 1,266MHz… Read full this story
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