( 4.6 Average / 5 Ratings )
Great graphics card that is quite light for its power and excellent cooler, meaning virtually no sag on the card itself. It keeps consistently on the low 20's at idle and low 70's when under load! Performs great at 1080p, giving me 120fps + in virtually any game. It also will always give 60fps + at 1440p gaming!
Stays cool for normal GPU temps, fans are jet engine, has sag but not bad sag, Wish it had a back plate and AMD radeon settings pretty much declocked(right, underclocked?) so it wouldnt use up energy, like AMD I can pay my bills! But it was a simple set power back to 50!
Extremely good price to performance ratio. Sadly the availability of the RX 580 has plummeted with the cyrpocurrency mining craze. If you can find one of these on the market close to MSRP, buy it. This card is just a tank, so far it has never dipped below 60FPS @ Ultra settings on my 1080p monitor. Very pleased.
runs well, its strange to see gpu usage bounce the way these cards do. doesnt line up well in the corsair 400c with msi b350 tomahawk and makes it look like it has dramatic card sag. I used a PCIE slot cover to prop it up, perfect size.
The only issue with this card is that it has some flex to it. Because I am running only one card, I chose to run my power cable from above the card instead of below it, so the power cable is helping to hold up the GPU and lessening the flex.
replaced thermal material, solved alot of thermal problems
using Radeon Settings, I have created a overclocking profile for it:
2250 on memory
1420 on core
using MSI Afterburner for a custom fan curve setting as Radeon Settings sadly does not offer a fan curve function.