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Video Card

XFX Radeon RX 590 8 GB FATBOY OC+ Video Card

(8 Ratings, 4.2 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

XFX

Part #

  • RX-590P8DFD6
  • RX-590P8DLD6

Manufacturer

XFX

Chipset

Radeon RX 590

Memory

8 GB

Memory Type

GDDR5

Core Clock

1580 MHz

Boost Clock

1600 MHz

Effective Memory Clock

8000 MHz

Interface

PCIe x16

Color

Black / Red

SLI/CrossFire

  • 4-way CrossFire Capable
  • 3-way CrossFire Capable
  • 2-way CrossFire Capable

Frame Sync

Freesync

Length

270 mm

TDP

225 W

DVI Ports

1

HDMI Ports

1

Mini-HDMI Ports

0

DisplayPort Ports

3

Mini-DisplayPort Ports

0

Expansion Slot Width

2

Cooling

2 Fans

External Power

1 PCIe 8-pin + 1 PCIe 6-pin

DVI-D Dual-Link

1

DisplayPort

3

HDMI

1

Price History

    Reviews

    Ne0n_N1nja
    • 35 points
    • 18 months ago

    It can handle everything you can throw at it in 1080p. In most games, you will be able to push 100+ frames on “ultra” quality. It does not get too hot, even in a case with minimal airflow. Fans do not spin up until you put a load on it, and it is quieter than the AMD Prism Cooler if both were at 100%.

    Only thing to consider is that while it isn’t the longest card, it is very thicc. It will fit in most cases, but it might get tight for some people. It has a back plate as well so GPU sag isn’t bad for how heavy it is.

    jared.melton
    • 20 points
    • 17 months ago

    from completed build smol boi

    4 stars because the retail pricing on this is a pretty obvious dig at NVIDIA (I'm looking at you, massive overstock of 1060's) at the consumer's expense. Seriously, before I say anything else about this card, HODL for CES 2019 and the Navi GPU's... I think that's gonna be the game changer on RX 580/590 pricing.

    If the RX 590 was being released at $249 and AMD was dropping their MSRP on the 580's down to $219 and below BEFORE SALES, I'd say GO GO GO! At $279, go buy one of the MANY ~$200 RX 580's on sale right now.

    With the complaints out of the way ... It's an absolute joy, this card. Fantastic performance at the mid-tier level. Crushes 1080P everything I've thrown at it, laughing all the way. (I don't have a 1440P monitor, so I can't comment on that area) I need to really have a look at temps under stress, but with MSI Afterburner up during gameplay and benches, I haven't seen anything concerning at all.

    Conclusion? Solid mid range card... but you expected that from a Polaris GPU. And it's totally NOT a re-brand cuz it's 12 nm instead of 14 (har har AMD). But I honestly would not recommend a 590 over a 580 at their current pricing structure. It's ~10% of a performance increase for ~25% more money.

    P.S. Yes, this thing draws an obscene amount of power. Did you remember it's an AMD GPU?

    Vairfoley
    • 8 points
    • 13 months ago

    from completed build AMD To Go

    Very nice card. Getting a backplate at this price is a huge plus. The card is built very nicely as well with a great cooler. XFX knows how to make a great video card.

    NinjaBear6
    • 6 points
    • 5 months ago

    from completed build CHENIAC

    A bit upset with this one. Not as good as the specs suggested, Userbenchmark.com gives a gaming score of only 65% (of course mostly reliant on the GPU). This may not be totally fair, as of course it's being compared to the best stuff out there, but still, comparing to my friends' scores it's a bit sad. While playing a very simple, non-demanding game like krunker.io, the Radeon utility told me I was using a whopping 95% of my GPU at one point (briefly). In the future I'll either stick to sightly bigger brands, or scrap the whole AMD thing and go for Nvidia. The reason I went Radeon was for better Linux support as I was considering dual-booting for a while.

    Clearpk999
    • 5 points
    • 13 months ago

    from completed build Shadow Killer

    Well-performing GPU that looks nice and goes well with just about any build as its mainly a black enclosure. Copper heat-pipes look cool too. Mine has a slight coil-whine only audible when playing games or doing other graphics-intensive tasks. I submitted an RMA for it just cause it was annoying me and haven't heard back from XFX. 5 stars for the GPU itself but 4 overall for poor quality Manuf. website and customer service.

    darcymccracken
    • 5 points
    • 1 month ago

    from completed build Workstation PC, great deals

    Great card, looks great, love the carbon trimmings around the shroud and disregarding what everyone says about AMD's software, I haven't had any problems with it so far. A great product for a great price

    erikcsellers
    • 1 point
    • 2 months ago

    XFX Radeon RX 590 Fatboy OC+ - OK...I know what everyone is thinking here. An i9 9900k paired with a Fatboy???!!! Yes, this is only to get me by before the next gen GPU's come out this year, assuming the Corona Virus doesn't delay this. I didn't want the current gen nvidia chips as the RTX hardware is not good yet (can only do 1080p at 30 fps with RTX, I read), and AMD doesn't even have hardware ray-tracing support, yet. Also, the next gen consoles will have some iteration of these next gen GPU's and I didn't want to buy current to only have it bested by consoles by the end of this year. Update: Run RDR2 on highish settings 50+FPS

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