AMD’s Radeon RX 590 video card is up to 9 percent faster

Oct

27

2018

AMD’s Radeon RX 590 video card is up to 9 percent faster than Geforce GTX 1060
AMD probably comes with the RX 590-gpu and from this card appear to be benchmarks for Final Fantasy XV. This shows that the map is up to 9 percent faster than the Geforce GTX 1060. According to rumors, among others, Asus and PowerColor are coming with a version.

According to the website Videocardz , which claims to base itself on benchmarks from the website of Final Fantasy XV , the RX 590 is relatively better compared to the existing RX 580, if the benchmarks are compared with the performance jump of the RX 480 to the RX 580. Based on qhd and 4k resolutions and different graphical settings, the RX 590 scored on average about 12 percent higher than the RX 580. With the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060, the advantage of the RX 590 is on average more than 6 percent, where the difference is more than 9 percent at 4k and with the graphic settings at standard.

Videocardz also reports that PowerColor comes with an RX 590 video card. It would be the RX 590 Red Devil, which in terms of design seems identical to the existing Red Devil version of the RX 580. The new card would also take three locks and use the same cooler with two fans, where the cooling block has heat pipes of 8mm.

In October there was already a rumor that Asus with a RoG Strix model comes from the RX 590, which supposedly gets 8GB of grim. The Radeon RX 590 GPU would be based on the current RX 580, but get a slightly higher clock speed. It is not yet clear when AMD announces its Radeon RX 590 GPU.

PowerColor RX 590 Red Devil

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