MSI Gaming Radeon RX 570 256-bit 8GB GDRR5 DirectX 12 VR Ready CFX Graphcis Card (RX 570 Armor 8G OC)
- Chipset: AMD Radeon RX 570
- Video Memory: 8GB GDDR5
- Output: DisplayPort x 3/HDMI/DL-DVI-D
- Memory Interface: 256-bit; Bus: PCI-Express x16
- 450W system power supply requirement. Please refer the User Guide before use
- Form Factor: ATX
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Experience the next level of immersion with the world of VR gaming and entertainment with MSI RX 570 ARMOR 8G OC graphics card powered by the revolutionary AMD Polaris architecture. Puts an end to choppy gameplay and broken frames with fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate. Enhanced contrast and colors deliver a strikingly sharp, colorful, and vivid visual experience.
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- Dispersion fan blade: Steeper curved blade accelerating the airflow
- Traditional fan blade: Provides steady airflow to massive heat sink below
MSI VGA Graphic Cards RX 580 GAMING X 8G
- Boost Clock / Memory Frequency.
1393 MHz / 8100 MHz (OC Mode).
1380 MHz / 8000 MHz (Gaming Mode).
1340 MHz / 8000 MHz (Silent Mode).
- 8GB GDDR5.
Twin Frozr Vi
Smooth Heat Pipes: Squared shape at bottom maximize heat transfer from the copper base plate.
Zero Frozr: Stopping the fan in low-load situations, keeping a noise-free environment.
Airflow Control Technology: Deflectors thrusts air onto heat pipes for lower temperatures and better gaming.
Catch the Vibe with Cool LED Effects
Each LED can be controlled individually by choosing any of the animation effects availiable in the MSI Gaming App, ranging from responding to your game sounds or music to steady light, breathing and flashing. Of course, you can also turn them off.
Lurking under the cover of the Gaming graphics card is an engineering masterpiece designed to keep the graphics card cool. Every tiny detail of the intricate heat sink plays an essential part in providing a cool & quiet gaming experience.
Airflow Control Technology:
Using advanced aerodynamics, Airflow Control Technology directs more air directly onto the TWIN FROZR VI heat pipes. The special deflectors on the heat sink enlarge the surface area, which means lower temperatures and better gaming.
Smooth Heat Pipes
Up to 8 mm thick copper heat pipes with a smooth square shape at the bottom maximize heat transfer from the surface of the copper base plate.
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I say 75 fps in this review because this is my monitor refresh rate
All in 1080p,
R6 High - +80fps
GTA V - High +80fps
PUBG - Medium +70fps, few drops, probably because of my i3 8100
BF5 - High +70fps
BO3 - High +75fps, few drops, again because of my cpu and ram
For 350 bucks, stop asking and just buy it. It's faster than any RX 580/590 GTX 1660ti you can get for a similar price. Yeees it's louder, and yes it's a bit hotter, but I mean, I like my GPUs like I like my women.
OKOK, seriously, for the price it out runs a 1070ti and with an OC and some massaging will widen that margin from "a bit" to "a lot". I play most games at 1440p, and this thing is an absolute *UNIT* at 1440p. It doesn't like 4k, so don't even try, this isn't a Radeon VII or a Vega 64 or a 2080.
What it *is* is a cheap and cheerful Vega 56 on a reference board ( this is good ) that is made by a reputable manufacturer and is quite moddable. Wanna toss a Morpheus II on it and shovel 200 extra watts in? Sure, you can probably do it. Wanna undervolt it and have a HTPC with a nuke for a GPU? Give 'er.
Now, at higher prices, I'd suggest other options, but for the price I got it for, jump on this thing like a fat kid on a smartie.
Disappointed the card didn't work, glad support didn't take forever to reach.
One thing prevents me for setting it as a 5 star purchase, and it's the noise level. The 2 cooling fans are pulling around 36 db at a distance of 12 inches, nearly twice as much as the 4 years old Asus card it replaced, which also had 2 cooling fans. This doesn't sound so bad mentioned like this, but that means the computer now just makes twice the noise it used too... I'll get used to it eventually I guess...