AMD RX 570 Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 16990

Key Specs

    Memory Speed (Effective) 7 Gbps, Max Memory Size 8 GB, Memory Type (GPU) GDDR5, Memory Interface 256-bit, Base Frequency Up to 1168 MHz, Boost Frequency Up to 1244 MHz

Pros: 4GB of RAM
Superb 1080p gaming performance
Quiet and cool

Cons: High power consumption

Bottomline: RX570 is made for gaming and graphics enthusiasts. The card is not only capable of handling various graphics-intensive tasks as well as available at the attractive price. If you are thinking to buy a one in 2017 go for it.

AMD’s new mid-range RX 570 is designed to handle Full HD games at high performance but affordable price. The Rx 570 is also based on the Polaris technology used in the Rx470 and it sits somewhere between Nvidia’s GTX 1060 and the GTX 1050 Ti.

AMD RX 570 Review

The RX570 model we got for review is produced by Gigabyte and comes with a 1244MHz boost clock, 4GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 6600 MHz. 4GB is arguably enough for playing games in Full HD.

AMD RX 570 Review

This Gigabyte model has an 8 pin power supply configuration, so make sure your ATX SMPS has power connectors free, though if you’re running an older mid-range card, you probably already have them. There are three DisplayPort 1.4 connectors, one HDMI 2.0s, and a 24-pin DVI connector as well.

AMD RX 570 Review

On the top of the card, there is Aorus logo with RG fusion that has 16.7M customizable color options and numerous lighting effects, you could now choose the right scheme for your gaming rig through AORUS graphics engine.

AMD RX 570 Review

Design wise the Gigabyte has pushed AMD RX 570 with two gigantic cooler design with two fans and a metallic plate at the backside.

AMD RX 570 Review

Improved streaming, sharing, and gameplay capture with Radeon ReLive – The Radeon RX 500 series support the industry’s most revolutionary solution for capturing, customizing, and sharing gameplay. The Radeon ReLive software suite lets gamers enjoy smooth gaming and recording simultaneously, even on entry-level systems, with support for recording at 4K resolution at 30 and 60 FPS using HEVC and H.264 codecs. Radeon ReLive also integrates with the most popular game streaming platforms around the world.

The maximum resolution supported by the GPU is 7680 x 4320 (Digital), Peak Pixel Fill-Rate Up to 39.808 GP/s, Peak Texture Fill-Rate Up to 159.232 GT/s, and Max Performance Up to 5100 GFLOPs.



We tested the GPU on our test bed (Intel Pentium Processor i7 4th generation 3.5GHz, 4GB RAM Corsair, Gigabyte motherboard, Intel 200Gb SSD and Windows 10 operating system.

The powerful RX 570 on a test bed was extremely quiet; even under heavy load. While testing it with different game following were the results:

Rise of the Tomb Raider: Average frame rate was 68fps
Hitman: Average frame rate was 79.5fps
Battlefield 1: Average frame rate was 97fps which was the highest one.

It consumes high power thereby generates heat. This graphics card is capable enough to run all games perfectly. The Radeon RX 570 does serve up a good performance at 1920×1080 in today’s games.

The Aorus Radeon RX 570 is still only slightly faster than an overclocked Radeon RX 470 but a solid option for 60-fps. But if you already using their RX 470 then there is no point to upgrade that to RX570.

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