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Gigabyte, Msi or Sapphire RX 570??

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Which RX 570 would be better for Ryzen 5 2600?

#Gigabyte RX 570 8GB
#Msi Armor RX 570 8GB
#Sapphire Pulse RX 570 8GB
#XFX RX 570 8GB

THANKS IN ADVANCE
 
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Seen too few reviews of any to deside yet, tho my eyes are fixed at creator by MSI.
I would defo wait until ive seen them in use by reviewers.
For answering this thread about GFX , i must vote Sapphire.

i know it aint for 5 2600
 
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i'll clearly vote against Sapphire because I bought 3 gpu from them all new and I had to basicaly bios mod to fix the bios on all 3 (1 had totaly broken powerplay table, sure their support happy provided me the original bios that was identical with mine and ofc it was broken as mine (the powerplay structure is clearly a mess), another one I had to play with the voltage table and tdp (for some reasons with tdp a bit higher it improves a bit the fps (in error range i admit but it's a constant improment) and the higher voltage made it feel smoother (was feeling kinda not smooth even at low gpu usage (in a not cpu bottleneck case...)) (sure they were nice to provide me an update bios but it had the exact same tdp and voltages so no use for me) and well at least in 3th case the entire series is affected by a particular bug that requires a bios mod to fix it (this is the case when I don't really blame them)).
Maybe their quality control/skills are better now then in the past, or maybe I was just unlucky.

MSI, I don't really like their update tool, so kinda no to them :p

not much experience with Gigabyte, consider this as neutral position

I really do not like what AMD did with their driver suite.
I don't really get why we need an overlay or a recording suite coming with gpu drivers. I have nothing if they want to develop such things but they should had been an optional download not included with their drivers.
 
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Better question is why you are considering an rx570 in late 2019.
 
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Which RX 570 would be better for Ryzen 5 2600?

#Gigabyte RX 570 8GB
#Msi Armor RX 570 8GB
#Sapphire Pulse RX 570 8GB
#XFX RX 570 8GB

THANKS IN ADVANCE
I would look at the Sapphire or XFX cards. Gigabyte cards have problems with the heat sink. The MSI Armor uses a lower grade cooling solution. If you can find one cheaper than the other pick whatever one.

XFX

i'll clearly vote against Sapphire because I bought 3 gpu from them all new and I had to basicaly bios mod to fix the bios on all 3 (1 had totaly broken powerplay table, sure their support happy provided me the original bios that was identical with mine and ofc it was broken as mine (the powerplay structure is clearly a mess), another one I had to play with the voltage table and tdp (for some reasons with tdp a bit higher it improves a bit the fps (in error range i admit but it's a constant improment) and the higher voltage made it feel smoother (was feeling kinda not smooth even at low gpu usage (in a not cpu bottleneck case...)) (sure they were nice to provide me an update bios but it had the exact same tdp and voltages so no use for me) and well at least in 3th case the entire series is affected by a particular bug that requires a bios mod to fix it (this is the case when I don't really blame them)).
Maybe their quality control/skills are better now then in the past, or maybe I was just unlucky.

MSI, I don't really like their update tool, so kinda no to them :p

not much experience with Gigabyte, consider this as neutral position

I really do not like what AMD did with their driver suite.
I don't really get why we need an overlay or a recording suite coming with gpu drivers. I have nothing if they want to develop such things but they should had been an optional download not included with their drivers.
You don't have to install Relive. The overlay is not really different from what MSI and Sapphire offer. Using the AMD overlay removes the need to install Fraps, MSI Afterburner to get get live information on GPU usage.
 

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Better question is why you are considering an rx570 in late 2019.
Budget issue! :'(

XFX

i'll clearly vote against Sapphire because I bought 3 gpu from them all new and I had to basicaly bios mod to fix the bios on all 3 (1 had totaly broken powerplay table, sure their support happy provided me the original bios that was identical with mine and ofc it was broken as mine (the powerplay structure is clearly a mess), another one I had to play with the voltage table and tdp (for some reasons with tdp a bit higher it improves a bit the fps (in error range i admit but it's a constant improment) and the higher voltage made it feel smoother (was feeling kinda not smooth even at low gpu usage (in a not cpu bottleneck case...)) (sure they were nice to provide me an update bios but it had the exact same tdp and voltages so no use for me) and well at least in 3th case the entire series is affected by a particular bug that requires a bios mod to fix it (this is the case when I don't really blame them)).
Maybe their quality control/skills are better now then in the past, or maybe I was just unlucky.

MSI, I don't really like their update tool, so kinda no to them :p

not much experience with Gigabyte, consider this as neutral position

I really do not like what AMD did with their driver suite.
I don't really get why we need an overlay or a recording suite coming with gpu drivers. I have nothing if they want to develop such things but they should had been an optional download not included with their drivers.
Many people reported that XFX has heating issues. Can you deny?
 
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They have had issues in the past, and haven’t been touched by me since. They’re a cheap brand in my eyes.

Sapphire gets the vote from me. GB is terrible and runs very warm.
 
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Many people reported that XFX has heating issues. Can you deny?
From my point of view heating is a problem that I can usualy solve faster than figuring out what on earth is broken in vbios :) (usualy it's like this in my mind "that bios is broken, I doubt I can do things worst than now").

3 of the 5 cases I own have a side 120x120 fan blowing air in gpu direction, so it helps a bit (seeing 30 degrees celsius in my room during summer is normal, I should probably move in another room during the summer because mine is the hottest but I'm just lazy :p ). But this is my particular case where bellow the gpu is a lot of free space and I use only 1x gpu.
Would help if you tell us the case you have/plan to use. :)

Worst scenario, i have to add 1-2 120x120 or 80x80 fans below the gpu to blow air on it to cool it.

Now going back to Sapphire. After playing with their vbioses I usually managed to get more from the cards.

You don't have to install Relive. The overlay is not really different from what MSI and Sapphire offer. Using the AMD overlay removes the need to install Fraps, MSI Afterburner to get get live information on GPU usage.
Last time I tried to update the drivers on my gcn gpu (it's been a while to be honest), installing or not installing Relive made no real difference (it happy installed all files for Relive and even loaded at least one of the services related to Relive despite the fact that I had clearly chosed not to install Relive and I had no option to use Relive).
To be honest all I want from their driver suite are those: 1) gpu driver 2) associated sound drivers (i don't actually need them but well won't hurt) 3) utility to change gpu settings and nothing else.
I know there is a lite version but as far as I read it's Win 10 only (and based on the Win 10 installs I made on hdd it was a horror to watch how long it takes to load/shutdown).
I know nvidia is no better with the standard drivers but well at least in that case I know at least one way to install a lite version.
 
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I've never had an issue with Sapphire or XFX on my AMD cards although I found the XFX cooler a bit loud.

I've also never had an issue with my gigabyte or MSI Nvidia cards including my last two gigabytes using the windrunner cooler.

I personally find the whole buy this "brand" GPU board and cooler over rated.
 
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I have the miniITX Sapphire RX570. So i vote, Sapphire, too.
 
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I'm not sure what you are upgrading from or whether this is a new build but have you checked to see if your PSU can handle a Sapphire 570 Pulse. The card alone draws around 170 watts average gaming. It also needs one 8 pin power cable.

Here is a review on the card done here:

 
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Sapphire , but id go for the 580 there isnt much price difference here in the uk.
 
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It's still decent for 1080p.
I want to add, that the most quiet of the gfx listed would be my choice, especially since youre just aiming for 1080p.
I revoke my vote to the most silent one.
 
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I wouldnt touch anything from MSI armor, I used to mine with rx470, rx570 and some rx480s. Most of the issues I had was with those stupid MSI armor cards. Most issues I had where fans giving out, the bearing drying out and at least 5-8 degrees higher than other AMD cards. I had 22 of the MSI armor cards, they where a bit cheaper and cards where in stock when the mining boom began.
I was much happier when I switch everything over to Nvidia 1070 and 1080s for mining reason. About 40% of my AMD cards where MSI armor cards.
 
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I want to add, that the most quiet of the gfx listed would be my choice, especially since youre just aiming for 1080p.
I revoke my vote to the most silent one.
Hmmmmm...... ok but i think you should reply to OP.:)
 
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I'll agree with everyone here you shouldn't go past the Sapphire, good cooling quiet and oc'able and use TRIXX the new version 6.80 is as good as afterburner now
 
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