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The new Radeon RX 6000 Series graphic cards are engineered to deliver the performance needed to rule your games.

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Get Future Ready Technologies, Optimized Game Performance, and Game Changing Control in the latest Radeon™ RX 500 Series Graphics Cards. Radeon™ RX 500 Series Graphics Cards feature the latest Polaris architecture which includes the 4th Gen GCN graphics cores, a brand new display engine, new multimedia cores, all on the revolutionary Next FinFET 14 process technology for enhanced performance and efficiency.

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Built for the gamer.

True Clock (MHz), Up to

Memory Clock (MHz)

Bit Memory

Stream Processors

We have re-imagined everything a gaming card can do and made it more accessible. The 4th generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture is engineered for gamers who play anything from the latest MOBA’s to the most popular AAA titles. Asynchronous Shaders and an enhanced Geometry Engine power new levels of smooth gameplay performance.

Get the next level of gaming immersion with the world of VR gaming and entertainment with Radeon RX graphics cards powered by the revolutionary Polaris architecture.

Experience the latest premium technologies optimized around the revolutionary FinFET 14 technology that provides extraordinary performance and efficiency. Enjoy cool and quiet gaming, and leverage new possibilities with optimized levels of efficient headroom.  Imagine the future upgrade capabilities with HDMI™ 2.0b and Display Port 1.3/1.4 features that can enable the latest generation of displays to deliver beautiful beyond-HD, HDR, and ultra-smooth FreeSync™ experiences.

• FinFET 12nm Technology
• PCI Express® 3.0
• AMD Crossfire Technology
• AMD Xconnect Ready
• Microsoft® Windows® 10 Support
• Microsoft® DirectX™ 12 Support
• AMD Chill
• AMD Virtual Super Resolution (VSR)
• AMD Relive
• AMD FreeSync 2
• AMD Frame Rate Target Control (FRTC)
• AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology
• AMD Radeon Adrenalin Software 2019
• AMD WattMan
• HDMI 2. 0b
• Displayport 1.4 w
• Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio Support
• Up to 6 displays supported, (may require the use of MST Hubs)
• OpenGL 4.5 Support
• OpenCL Support

Model Number RX-570P8DFD6

Product Name AMD Radeon™ RX 570

Product Description RS XXX ED RX 570 8GB 1286M D5 3xDP HDMI DVI

Launch Date 2017

UPC Number 778656076129


Bus Type PCI-E 3.0

GPU Clock, Up to 1286MHz

Stream Processors 2048

Memory Bus 256 bit

Memory Clock: 7.0GHz

Memory Size 8 GB

Memory Type DDR5

Card Profile Dual

Thermal Solution Dual Slot DD fansink


Dual link Support Y

Max Supported Resolution (DIGITAL) 4096 x 2160

Output — Display Port 3

Output — HDMI 1

Output — DL-DVI-D 1


Display Port ready 1. 4

HDMI Ready 2.0b


External Power — 8-pins 1

Minimum Power Supply Requirement 500 watt

XFX Recommended Power Supply XFX 550W PSU


AMD FreeSync™ 2 technology

Radeon™ Chill

ReLive Capture

DirectX® 12


AMD Virtual Super Resolution (VSR)

Radeon™ Software

AMD CrossFire™ Technology

AMD XConnect™ Ready

AMD Eyefinity Technology

OpenCL™ Support

Polaris Architecture

AMD LiquidVR™ technology



Package Contents

8-pin to 6-pin power cable 1

6-pin to 4-pin power cable 1

Driver Disk Installation Guide 1

Installation DVD 1

Estimated Dimensions And Weights

Card Dimension (cm) 24. 3 x 12.4 x 4

Card Dimension (inch) 9.57 x 4.88 x 1.57

Master Carton Dimensions (cm) 43 x 49 x 35.5

Master Carton Dimensions (inch) 16.93 x 19.29 x 13.98

Master Carton Weight (Kg) 12.46 est.

Master Carton Weight (lb) 27.47 est.

Package Dimensions (cm) 34 x 24 x 8

Package Dimensions (inch) 13.39 x 9.45 x 3.15

Package Weight (Kg) 1.11 est.

Package Weight (lb) 2.46 est.

Units/Carton 10


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The reviews are in, and the RX 500series from XFX Rocks.

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«So obviously XFX has stumbled across some sort of magic formula when it comes to the RX 480. » — Jayztwocents 

“XFX has put together a solid and well-built video card. It operates silently, power efficient and very cool.” — Overclocker’s Club 

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We know enthusiast like options, so for our RX 500 series graphics cards we are offering Dual BIOS options. If you want optimal performance and want to keep your card cool as possible then use our Performance BIOS. If you prefer stealth, our Quiet Lower RPM BIOS might be the right options for you

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Software controlled clock speeds can be hindered by overall computer performance. XFX’s True Clock however is hardware controlled clock speed performance optimization, so your card is always running at an optimized performance level.

Power when you need it and quiet when you don’t.

XFX fans are equipped to run at the highest possible performance, while our Zero DB Fan System will also keep your fans running at efficient RPM in order to minimize annoying fan noise by lowering RPM all the way down to Zero RPM. When the heat is on during intense gaming, our fans will speed up as needed.

For extraordinary virtual reality experiences.

Experience the new generation of compelling Virtual Reality content with the Radeon™ RX 500 series graphics cards paired with the leading VR headsets. The Radeon™ RX 500 series card coupled with AMD LiquidVR™ technology delivers a virtually stutter-free, low latency experience, essential for remarkable Virtual Reality environments. Industry leading innovation and powerful performance enables the Radeon™ RX 500 series to deliver premium experiences on high-end VR games,entertainment, and applications.

No stuttering. No tearing. Just gaming.

Gaming shouldn’t be a choice between choppy gameplay and high performance. With XFX Radeon™ RX 500 series graphics cards and Free Sync technology, it doesn’t have to be. Transform the most demanding games into a liquid-smooth, artifact-free, 4K cinematic experience with the highest performance at virtually any frame rate. FreeSync works at the speed of your game for incredible responsiveness and uncompromising smoothness. Every gamer deserves perfectly smooth gameplay and peak performance. Unlike the competing technology, you don’t have to choose with FreeSync technology.

Experience resolutions up to four times higher than HD and see everything your opponent throws at you without sacrificing a single detail.

Teleport into life-like4K gaming realism with AMD Radeon™ Rx 500 Series graphics. Reign over all the action in 4K with supercharged performance and 256-bit GDDR5 memory. Add more muscle with AMD CrossFire technology and amplify your gaming performance with the superior scalability with multiple Rx 500 Series GPUs.

Giving you the performance you have come to expect from XFX.

Even though we trust that our high quality products will continue working at peak performance well beyond your use of it, we want to put our word behind that promise. That is why we offer our 3 Year Warranty with this series of graphics cards. This means that your product is protected by a 3 year limited hardware warranty on manufacturing defects of anything on the card. 


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XFX RX 480 GTR Black Edition Graphics Card Review | Page 2 of 14

John Williamson / 6 years ago

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A Closer Look

The XFX RX 480 GTR Black Edition features a neutral matte black aesthetic which complements a wide range of components. To create a more distinctive appearance, some glossy accents were added which contrasts with the matte sections in a pleasant manner. Even though the graphics card’s design doesn’t look particularly inspiring, the matte coating ensures it doesn’t become engulfed with dust. Given the price point, the plastic shroud is surprisingly sturdy and attached using a solid mechanism.

Here we can see the graphics card has an attractive aluminium backplate which reduces GPU droop while improving the product’s appearance. The backplate sports a gorgeous XFX logo and incorporates ventilation holes to help hot air to escape from the PCB. Also, the backplate is quite thick and greatly enhances the graphics card’s resistance against those adopting a heavy-handed approach.

XFX has employed a substantial cooling solution which revolves around four composite copper heat pipes consisting of a hollow pipe, liquid, microgrooved surface and sintered layer microdents. This ingenious design increases the surface area by 30%, leading to a significant temperature drop. On another note, the high-performance unibody heatsink connects to the copper heat pipes and makes direct contact with the GPU’s core. The dense fin array and open design combine to maintain a good amount of airflow as well as limiting turbulence.

The company also developed a new method of cooling the VRM and memory through a thermal pad. This is a welcome inclusion which keeps the VRMs within a more sensible operating temperature and protects the memory from failure as time goes on.

XFX’s exclusive low-noise XL inductors use multiple layers to seal the inductors and almost eliminate buzzing commonly seen on lower-end components. The clean PCB layout and exemplary power delivery is a testament to product’s build quality and I wouldn’t expect any issues to arise even when using high voltages.

Replacing a graphics card’s fans used to be a complex process and often forced the end-user to ship the entire product for a lengthy RMA. This is really inconvenient and an inefficient way of dealing with the root problem. Thankfully, XFX has designed a toolless method of swapping out the fans which take a matter of seconds. All you have to do is simply press the two catches and lift the fan upwards. This is very useful if a fan becomes faulty because XFX can ship out a replacement in the knowledge it will be installed correctly. Also, the option to uncouple the fans makes it more likely for you to thoroughly clean them which should prolong their lifespan.

The auto load sensing fans continuously monitor thermal readings and adjust the RPM values accordingly. During idle scenarios, the fans can switch off completely and provide a silent desktop experience.

Evidently, a major benefit of the inventive fan mounting system is the flexibility to install LED fans which dramatically change the graphics card’s style. In an ideal world, I’d prefer these to be included by default but this isn’t possible due to the lack of RGB customisation. Instead, it’s better to target a cheaper base price and give people the option to choose red, blue or white LED fans. Selecting one of these as standard might limit the product’s appeal due to a colour clash.

The graphics card requires a single 8-pin PCI-E connector which can easily contend with a hefty overclock. Additionally, the GPU has a BIOS switch which cycles between the performance mode running at 1338MHz and a quieter profile based on a 1288MHz frequency. The emergence of two profiles is useful if one becomes corrupt and you need to test the card’s stability.

Connectivity-wise, the graphics card opts for a dual-link DVI-D port, three Displayport 1.4 and HDMI 2.0b.

Once powered on, the XFX logo illuminates in a white shade and adds a more spectacular touch. If you decide to install the optional LED fans, the end result is stunning and I adore the vibrant red colour. This brings a new lease of life into the GPU’s appearance and I’d recommend the LED fans for this reason alone.

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XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS Black Edition 8Gb —

I continue to tell you about very interesting mining instances. In this case, this is the XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS Black Edition at 8Gb. First of all, I was attracted to this card by the fact that the card had Samsung memory, which runs well, and also the price was $360.

At that time there was no shortage of cards, so I could easily intercept this card. True, I had to go with my own power supply, since the seller claimed that the card came from the USA and he did not even install it for himself and did not check for performance. All this (the brand unknown to me, the behavior of the seller and the fact that the card is used with an unknown history) made me very worried, but the price of the card still made me go and look at it.

The card was checked normally, everything worked fine, the card really was in new condition (according to the legend, the person who bought the card used it for several days, after which he decided to sell it). According to information on the Internet, the card was supposed to give out 30 megahash on the air in stock, which was not bad at all, and even very good.

Arriving home and installing the map, I launched the miner, which showed me only 22 megahash. I was very upset and useful to study the forums for what I’m doing wrong. There was little information on this map in RuNet, and not everything was clear on the English forums. I was even more upset when the computer began to reboot, as I later installed — due to overheating.

After a long study, it was possible to find out that the card has a mode switch: for mining and for games. I found this switch and changed its position, after which the card began to give out 19 mega hashes. I realized that the previous mode was already a mining mode.

Next, I learned about the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition Beta for Blockchain drivers, which allowed me to significantly increase power without going into the card’s BIOS and changing timings. After installing these drivers, the card began to show its 30 mega hashes.

And then I almost sighed calmly, but there was a problem with overheating. For some reason, the standard utilities did not allow forcibly turning on the cooler at higher speeds. Then I made this one through the miner. It was necessary to add -tt -80 to the line with the settings, where 80 is the rotational speed of the coolers as a percentage. As a result, the miner line began to look something like this:

thDcrMiner64.exe -epool eth-eu1.nanopool.org:9999 -ewal 0x3a233b8509ec0f9e53334be93526b3cc8cd30ccb.GTX1060x2/[email protected] -epsw x -mode 1 -ftime 100023 -tt -80

And only after that the card started working normally. The reloads stopped, the hash rate was consistently 29-30 megahash.

I want to note that I managed to set up the driver blockade correctly, only on Windows 10, maybe on Windows 7 I could set them up, but I had already fiddled with the card for six hours and had no desire to continue. As a result, the card now works alone on a used computer with 4 GB DDR2 memory, Chiftek 500 watt power supply. This block no longer pulls. I already bought another 750 watt unit, but for now I’m waiting for the Razers in order to transfer the cards to another motherboard.

Similarly, I installed the blockchain driver on a Sapphire Radeon RX 480 Nitro 8Gb card, which raised the hashrate from 19 to 24 megahash. More cards can not be overclocked yet. MSI Afterburner does not allow any manipulations with memory or other parameters — everything is reset to its original position.

In general, everything can be said. I am happy with the card. Now it is difficult to get such a card even for 500 euros, and given how the exchange rate has dropped and the complexity has grown, the payback period has thus increased significantly.

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