( 4.6 Average / 8 Ratings )
It's good at rendering, bought it cause I had freesync monitor.
Bought this just before the mining craze started. Wish I had bought two. Card seems to be well made, and has handled everything I've thrown at it on high settings or higher at 60fps.
Stays pretty cool in my S340. Idles between 26-30 and I don't think I've seen it above 75° while playing.
1080p 60 high no prob. so far: Nier Automata, EVE Valkyrie, PUBG, Wolfenstein 2 and the demanding CIV V. Crossfire might help, but PUBG is the only one I have addtl software for crossfire for. Side note, adrenaline software is great. Asus aesthetics are easily the best in my opinion. It's a sexy card and the ROG eye winks at you. In red, fittingly. Having now used a 980ti and this card, I like the user experience with Radeon better than team green.
The temps on this thing are insanely good. I haven't seen it go past around 74 c. Runs everything at high-ultra with no issue. Software make it easy to overclock for those who want to. The RGB looks nice and the gpu it self looks really sleek. Stays quiet and has handled everything I've thrown at it.
Good if you get it on sale like I did, otherwise you'd be better off with a lower end card with a 580 or a 1060 3gb
Fantastic. It can easily run my games on ultra, which I was very surprised by, as my old card was the RX 550, so I'm kind of used to crap. The RGB is limited to the little Aorus logo on the front of the GPU, but at least it has something.
good at cooling and is doing good at running latest games
RX 570s are the best bang for your buck, cheaper than a 1050 ti, and much much better. Only problem is that It has the SAME EXACT COOLER AS THE 1050 TI STRIX, only 2 heatpipes. The 1050 ti is a 75W card compared to a 570's 120W, and lower down the tier list. And it doesn't come with a backplate either, but the 1050 ti does. Add an extra heatpipe, make the card 10-20mm longer, with a bigger heatsink and 5mm larger fans, and you've got an amazing card.