Tuesday, November 13th 2018

ASRock Radeon RX 590 Phantom Gaming Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of ASRock Radeon RX 590 Phantom Gaming graphics card, based on AMD's upcoming "Polaris 30" silicon, which is an optical shrink of the "Polaris 20" silicon to 12 nm FinFET process, letting AMD and its partners increase GPU clock speeds. The RX 590 Phantom Gaming features a similar board design to the RX 580 Phantom Gaming X, with subtle design changes to its cooler shroud. The card still draws power from only a single 8-pin PCIe power connector. The VideoCardz article with these pictures doesn't mention clock-speeds, although going by trends, the RX 590 could be clocked well above 1500 MHz out of the box, compared to 1445 MHz of the RX 580 Phantom Gaming X in "OC mode."
Source: VideoCardz
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12 Comments on ASRock Radeon RX 590 Phantom Gaming Pictured

#1
Assimilator
All these pretty RX 590 cards and all they're doing is putting lipstick on a pig.

And the pig has cancer.
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Durvelle27
So it’s a refined 580 which is a refined 480
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Vayra86
Assimilator, post: 3940835, member: 7058"
All these pretty RX 590 cards and all they're doing is putting lipstick on a pig.

And the pig has cancer.
Inb4 RX590 'Babe'
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#4
Xuper
One 8 pin PCI-E
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medi01
Assimilator, post: 3940835, member: 7058"
All these pretty RX 590 cards and all they're doing is putting lipstick on a pig.

And the pig has cancer.
There are no good or bad cards, it's about price, stupid.

Durvelle27, post: 3940837, member: 107186"
So it’s a refined 580 which is a refined 480
How does Vega fit this narrative? I guess it perhaps doesn't.
Never mind, pissing on underdog is the right thing to do. Why the hell not.
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#6
wolar
Exactly, a 590(or a better 480 if you wana call it that) is perfectly capable for full HD gaming, which a very large portion of gamers use and it can also achieve high frame rates for competitive games at full hd. Personally if the next step isn't a big one and really close in price i wouldn't pay more than this because it offers what i want. As long as they decrease the pricing this is a good product to release.
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Durvelle27
medi01, post: 3940880, member: 158537"
There are no good or bad cards, it's about price, stupid.


How does Vega fit this narrative? I guess it perhaps doesn't.
Never mind, pissing on underdog is the right thing to do. Why the hell not.
I’m not sure how that’s pissing on anything when it’s simply fact

I have no problem with AMD actually prefer them and have owened the OG RX 480 and RX 580 which are refined versions of each other
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#8
jabbadap
Dat Colorful shroud again thought(It was already meh on RX 580...). Are they ever going to make an in-house design?
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#9
coonbro
just seems to me the shroud looks too much like one of them knockoff no brand china card shrouds used on them type cards ? ...lol...
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#10
jesdals
1 DVI and 2 HDMI - if the price is right Im buying, gave up on Vega - because its to hungry - dont se any High end alternatives for multi monitor (without displayport/dongles) setups in the near future
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
jabbadap, post: 3940942, member: 148195"
Dat Colorful shroud again thought(It was already meh on RX 580...). Are they ever going to make an in-house design?
Its dual slot
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medi01
Durvelle27, post: 3940912, member: 107186"
I’m not sure how that’s pissing on anything when it’s simply fact
You are literally siting a post that has literally named a non-"480" card that AMD has rolled out, weird stranger, perhaps your definition of "fact" needs corrections.
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