The AMD RX 580 and 570 have just been launched and overall reviews are pretty impressive. With so many different versions of the GPU in the market, it is easy to get confused and wonder which one you should get. We are going to take a look at the different versions here.
AMD RX 580 And 570 Variants From XFX
We have the XFX RX 580 8G Black Wolf Edition which has a base clock of 1366 MHz and boosts to 1386 MHz. This GPU will cost you 1999 yuan.
Furthermore, there is the XFX RX 570 4G Black Wolf Edition which has a base clock of 1264 MHz and boosts to 1284 MHz. This will cost you 1499 yuan, slightly cheaper than RX 580.
AMD RX 580 And 570 Variants From Sapphire
There are multiple different versions of both cards from Sapphire and this gives the users plenty of options. The Sapphire RX 580 8G Ultra Platinum is a limited edition GPU which has a base clock of 1411 that boosts to 1450 MHz. AMD is retailing the card for 2199 yuan.
Moving forward, we have the Sapphire RX 580 8G Ultra Platinum OC which is not a limited edition so the price is lower, 1949 yuan. The GPU has a base clock of 1340 MHz and boosts to 1411 MHz.
Moving on to the RX 470s, the Sapphire RX 570 8G Ultra White Gold OC has a boost clock of 1244 MHz and can boost to 1325MHz. This will set you back 1749 yuan. You can see the difference in price between the RX 580 and 570 and this will be important to gamers that are on a budget.
The Sapphire RX 570 4G Ultra White Gold OC is another model that is worth looking into and it has a base clock of 1244 MHz and a boost clock of 1325MHz. This card will cost you 1649 yuan.
AMD RX 580 Variant From PowerColor
Here we have the RX 580 Red Devil, which is something that has been teased well ahead of launch and it is a very aggressive looking GPU. The RX 580 Red Devil has a base clock of 1411 MHz and boosts to 1439MHz. This will cost you 1999 yuan.
AMD RX 580 And 570 Variants From Asus
Asus seems to have the most variants when it comes to the AMD RX 580 and RX 570. Let’s talk about the RX 580 first. The Asus RX 580 8GB ROG STRIX GAMING TOP is the top of the line version from the company and it has a base clock of 1256 MHz and a boost clock of 1431MHz.
After that, we have the RX 580 8GB ROG STRIX GAMING OC which has a base clock of 1256 MHz and a boost clock of 1380MHz. The RX 580 8GB ROG STRIX GAMING, on the other hand, has a base clock of 1256 MHz and boosts to 1360MHz.
Furthermore, we have the RX 580 8GB DUAL OC and RX 580 8GB DUAL GPUs that have a base clock of 1256 MHz and boost to 1380 MHz.
Talking about the range of RX 570 GPUs we have the RX 570 4GB ROG STRIX GAMING OC which has a base clock of 1168 MHz and boosts to 1310 MHz. After that, we have the RX 570 4GB ROG STRIX GAMING which has a core clock of 1168 MHz and can boost to 1244 MHz.
The RX 570 4GB EXPEDITION OC is the last GPU in the RX 570 lineup from Asus and it has a base clock of 1168 MHz and can boost to 1266 MHz.
AMD RX 580 Variants From MSI
Taking a look at what MSI has to offer, there is the MSI RX 580 GAMING X 8G which has a core clock of 1393 MHz. We do not know the boost clock number as of right now.
Then there is the reference design MSI RX 580 which runs at 1366 MHz.
Furthermore, we have the MSI RX 580 GAMING X + 8G which operates at a frequency of 1441 MHz, which is higher than the reference design model. Besides the above-mentioned GPUs, there is the MSI RX 580 ARMOR 8G which has a core clock of 1340 MHz.
The clock speeds of these GPUs are pretty much neck to neck but the Sapphire RX 580 8G Ultra Platinum Limited Edition comes out on top but it is a limited edition so you will be paying a premium for the exclusivity and enhanced performance. If you are looking for the best performance then look no further.
Sapphire takes the lead when it comes to the RX 570 as well with the Sapphire RX 570 8G Ultra White Gold OC that boosts to 1325 MHz. If you are looking for the highest clock speed then this is the GPU for you.
However, if you are looking for RGB and other aesthetics then you can check out Asus GPUs. The clock speeds are not as high but you are getting other cool features.
Let us know what you think about these AMD RX 580 and 570 variants in the comments below.