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Gigabyte Radeon RX 580 Gaming 4GB Graphic Cards GV-RX580GAMING-4GD
1,351.11 SAR

Gigabyte Radeon RX 580 Gaming 4GB Graphic Cards GV-RX580GAMING-4GD

by  Gigabyte, Computer & Laptop Accessories - 1 review

1,351.11 SAR 

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  • Core Clock (MHz): 1355 in OC Mode and 1340 in Gaming Mode
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    Brand
    Gigabyte
    UPC-A
    889523009840
    Item EAN
    2724596237999
    ASIN
    B06Y44TWF3
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    Description:

    <P><B>WINDFORCE 2X Cooling System</B></P> <P>The WINDFORCE 2X cooling system features 3 pure copper composite heat-pipes, heat-pipe direct touch GPU, 90mm unique blade fan design, 3D active fan with LED indicators, stylish metal back plate, together delivering an effective heat dissipation capacity

    <P><B>WINDFORCE 2X Cooling System</B></P> <P>The WINDFORCE 2X cooling system features 3 pure copper composite heat-pipes, heat-pipe direct touch GPU, 90mm unique blade fan design, 3D active fan with LED indicators, stylish metal back plate, together delivering an effective heat dissipation capacity for higher performance at lower temperatures.</P> <P><B>90mm Unique Blade Fan Design</B></P> <P>The airflow is spilt by the triangle fan edge, and guided smoothly through the 3D stripe curve on the fan surface, effectively enhancing the air flow by 23% over traditional fans.</P> <P><B>3D Active Fan with LED Indicators</B></P> <P>The semi-passive fans will remain off when the GPU is under a set loading or temperature for low power gaming. The LED fan indicator on the top of the graphics card provides an instant display of the fan status.</P>

 

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  • By Drbong on 16 March 2019

    I think i ordered the 8gb version but what they gave me is the 4gb., haven’t tried this yet but will give updates soon.

    Its 4gb

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  • A nice upgrade from an R9 380
    By A Eich on 29 September 2018

    Now that GPUs are returning to relatively normal prices after the mining boom, I decided to upgrade my old Sapphire Nitro R9 380 4GB to a current mid range card. That left a choice between the GTX 1060 6GB and the RX 580 8GB. I settled on the RX 580 primarily as it was both cheaper and had more RAM. I've had good luck with Sapphire in the past but their RX 580s are still commanding a price premium so I decided to go with Gigabyte.

    I received the RX 580 Gaming 8GB card today and of course the first thing to do was to run some benchmarks. Using 3DMark Time Spy, I found the graphics score between the R9 380 4GB and the RX 580 8GB jumped from 2709 to 4207, an increase of 55.3%. This was at factory settings for both cards (R9 380: 985mhz GPU, 1450mhz memory; RX 580: 1340mhz GPU, 2000mhz memory). Slightly overclocking the RX 580 to 1400mhz GPU and 2250mhz memory pushed the 3DMark graphics score up to 4426. Compared to the R9 380, that's an increase of 63.4%. All in all, a decent upgrade for 1080p gaming.

    Some thoughts after using the card for a bit:

    Pros:

    • At the time of purchase, the Gigabyte RX 580 Gaming 8GB was the cheapest 8 GB RX 580 card available without a rebate.
    • Card can fit into compact cases easily. I use a SilverStone SG13 mini ITX case and the card has plenty of breathing room after installation. It is slightly more compact than the Sapphire card it replaced, especially in height.
    • The Hynix memory that came on the card seems to overclock well. I got mine to clock at 2250 mhz (9000 mhz effective) without issue.
    • Aesthetics of the card is relatively clean and simple. No gaudy dragons or otherwise cringey 'gamer' logos.

    Cons:

    • Having to install Aorus Engine software just to turn off the LEDs. Further frustrating matters is the fact that the latest Aorus software version does not seem to work--the RGB fusion software that controls the LEDs remains stuck on startup with the message "Please Wait." Uninstalling the software and then installing version 1.38 does work though. It would be nice if there was a simple switch on the card to disable the lighting without having to install software.
    • Cooling is a step down from my old Sapphire Nitro R9 380. Heatsink on the Gigabyte card is a bit on small side. The one found on the Sapphire Nitro R9 380 was both larger and had more weight. Additionally, the fans on the Gigabyte are 90mm and sound higher pitched compared to the 100mm ones used by Sapphire. Depending on current GPU prices, it might be worth going up to the Aorus version of this card as it has an additional heatpipe.
    • ASIC quality on the card I received was somewhat low according to GPU-Z (69.3%). I'm assuming that the Aorus version of this card gets the better binned chips.

    Edit:

    Another issue I encountered is that the Gigabyte utility to flash this card's BIOS (@BIOS) does not work for me in Windows 10 version 1803. I saw that Gigabyte released an updated BIOS on the card's support page (my card came with F81, F82 is the latest) and wanted to update since it listed it improved stability. Downloaded the BIOS and installed the utility and got the message "Warning! No card found here!" 😓

    I took a chance and used Techpowerup's freeware ATIFlash to flash the BIOS. It worked! However the window title did say "not responding" while it was flashing so steel your nerves while the process finishes.

    Considering the problem with this and the aforementioned LED software control, I'm not all that impressed with Gigabyte's software offerings.

    18 people found this review helpful

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  • great card.
    By Maleko on 04 May 2017

    great card for the price. It's pretty cheap and will run all the latest games in great fps. Easy install, it takes 2 slots, uses one 8pin connector. It looks pretty cool too, the aorus logo on the top edge changes colors as it's booting and turns to a deep orange-ish red color after the computer is up and running. I got this for my ryzen 1800 computer as the vega isn't out yet, but man the ryzen 1800 is fast. Take a look at my gigabyte gaming 5 mobo review, i list all the parts i bought, and it's working great. Booted on first try, with unbelievable speeds and it's not even optimized yet. Will benchmark once i'm done. stay tuned.

    48 people found this review helpful

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  • great card, but be aware of airflow
    By Scheneighnay on 12 May 2018

    Hits a high percentile in benchmarks despite not being overclocked, as well as being small and cool.

    My only complaint is that because it uses a dual exhaust system (hot air gets sent out both ends of the card, not just by the output ports), it might struggle to keep cool in some SFF cases.
    I remedied it on mine by adjusting one of the fans to pull hot air out from the front of the case, but not all cases allow for that.

    20 people found this review helpful

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  • I gave a "I like it" rating
    By greg on 28 August 2017

    I gave a "I like it" rating. I jumped ship from nvidea to amd just before the miners bough out the rx580s and jacked the price up. I was very happy with the price which was 270.

    Coming from nvidea, these fans blow, and that's not a compliment. This is the loudest gpu I have ever heard! This is suppose to be for my bedroom not a damn server room! It would be funny if I didn't have to live with this! I've adjusted the fan speed but god damn, to get it to perform you want best to learn to live with the noise.

    The performance is great so far. My GTX 960 could not handle mass effect andromeda. The cut scenes would chug! Once I upgraded to the rx580 I had no issues.

    If you want great performance for a great price this is a great card, however the fans are a joke. I'd say up to $320 is a fair price.

    17 people found this review helpful

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  • Great card for the money!
    By Chris P on 20 July 2018

    Upgraded from a GTX 960, allows streaming of many games unhindered at max settings for me. Runs a lot cooler than my other graphics card, with stock cooling on this it runs around 61 Celsius under load while gaming for a few hours in the summer heat. Card drivers were easy to find online. Card can be paired with the AMD link software to monitor performance, record, and stream gameplay all from your phone! I’ll be honest, I was hesitant switching from a nVidia card but I am glad I did. Little note here too - AMD products support DX12 for the games I play now while nVidia cards do not! Will be purchasing more AMD products in the future.

    12 people found this review helpful

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