XFX Radeon Rx 590 Fatboy Core Edition 8GB OC+ 1565M GDDR5 Dynamic 22 Blade Fan 3xDP HDMI DVI - RX-590P8DLD6
- XFX dual dissipation cooling
- 8GB GDDR5 memory
- VR Ready
- Multiple monitor ready
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4 points • TieIar
$180 new -- https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Radeon-Rx-590-RX-590P8DLD6/dp/B07TK37HPW?pldnSite=1
2 points • RealApersonn
Not sure if I was clear about it, but I suggested getting three fans because I'm not going for a flashy RGB build; if the case comes with two RGB fans, whether or not the MoBo has RGB fan headers (not even sure what connector the two RGB fans use), I might just replace all of the fans with my own. And if it has one rear non-RGB fan, I can just use two of the three on the front for intakes and *maybe* the third above the CPU as an extra exhaust.
As I said in the post, I'm going through Amazon, and the meshify case both of you mentioned is not in stock atm. If it becomes available at a good price then I will probably take it and just get one extra fan.
As for the GPU, when you said that the 580 is a great card with one caveat, the 8gb version, do you mean to say that 8GB VRAM is overkill for 1080p gaming and it isn't available in 6GB? I might just take it for the \~$38 more, if there is enough of a difference between 4GB and 8GB, although 6GB would really be the sweet spot.
On my laptop, I'm currently at 271GB storage used, so 500GB on my new build should last me a while. Eventually, yes I might pick up a 1-2TB HDD, and I could even use my laptop's old 1TB HDD, although it's a 5200rpm one.
I don't think I want to pay the extra $40 for the 3600. I'm already limiting the 2600 by going with a sub-$200 GPU, so I would rather wait until I have a beefier GPU to upgrade to the 3600. And like I said in the post, I would rather not take the chance of receiving a board that doesn't have the 3000 series update, if I can guarantee it by getting my own 2600.
Thank you both for the suggestions! I really don't want to mess up this build, primarily because I live in a semi-remote place where shipping takes a while, and I would hate to wait an extra couple of weeks for a replacement part to ship.
Edit: A few more responses came in while I wrote this, turns out that there is a 8GB RX 570 model, AND while looking this up, there is also a RX 590 8GB available for $180, just $2 more than the 580 atm. Should I just jump up to the 590?
2 points • soldmilton
[GPU] XFX Rx 590 fat boy core 179.99 (restock on may 21)
1 points • Slicer021
Lol I know exactly what you mean. I would go the 580 or even the 590 tho. I ha e seen some sales here and there on 590s
1 points • DarraignTheSane
Was in the same boat budget-wise, ended up picking up this AMD RX 590 for $180 on Amazon:
Seems like the best bang for the buck in the price range. The closest new-generation AMD is the RX 5500 XT at around $210, but the RX 590 looks like it outperforms it at a bit of a power consumption cost (not a big deal for me). The closest Nvidia looks to be the GTX 1660 Super, but then you're talking about the $270 price range.
1 points • Pizzafects
For the price it is a pretty great card. But I would be worried about the fact that’s it’s used. Most of the times with these older cards, they were used in cryptocurrency mining. Because of this the card may be at the end of its life and you might end up paying more in the long run.
What I would recommend is something like a new rx590. It is very similar in preforance to to GTX 1070 and you will get the benefits of using a warranty and is in the same price range as the used 1070.
1 points • hiitsleo
People are going to tell you to switch to AMD and for good reason. R5 1600AF or 3300x chips are both going to be much better price to performance. I would also recommend at least https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Radeon-Rx-590-RX-590P8DLD6/dp/B07TK37HPW for gpu... only a little more expensive but a big leap up in performance.
1 points • mwdsonny
Think I'll pass. Can get it $40 cheaper band new with shipping. xfx 590 8gb
1 points • ADudeOnTheInternet69
1 points • psycho9125
That is the 580.
1 points • justicae
What do u think of XFX RX 590? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TK37HPW/ref=twister_B07ZXYJFMJ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
1 points • mangagnome1425
I'm limited by Amazon as that's where I'm buying my stuff. I'll have to go with the ryzen 5 3600 and the rx590. Will that still bottleneck? What does that mean exactly? Was the link I posted for that the right one? I just want to make sure I'm buying the right one.
1 points • OtakuDub
You could get a much better graphic card for $200 here. Get a rx580 8gb or rx590 8gb.
AMD Radeon Rx 590 - XFX Radeon Rx 590 Fatboy Core Edition 8GB OC+ 1565M GDDR5 Dynamic 22 Blade Fan 3xDP HDMI DVI - RX-590P8DLD6 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TK37HPW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_1sU5Eb1CNNHK5
1 points • BakedBeanMan22
Here’s a good priced rx 590 if you’re thinking about picking one up: https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Radeon-Rx-590-RX-590P8DLD6/dp/B07TK37HPW
2 points • MainAccountForHelp
Why is the RX 590 just $10 more expensive than the RX 580?
I'm sorry if this isn't the right subreddit to post this, and if so please direct me to the right one. I am currently helping my brother upgrade his prebuilt pc he got as a gift a while ago. We wanted to start with a new graphics card and found the best selling one on amazon, here. I'm not sure if the "GTS XXX Edition" at the end of it mean anything significant but it seems to be priced more than the 590 here. I assumed since the 590 was more powerful it would much more than 10 dollars more than the 580. Can you guy help me sort the difference and explain?
1 points • qa3rfqwef
1 points • TheMansHimeslf
Another valid option in my opinion is an rx 590. It's roughly equal to gtx 1660 ti (roughly 7 fps difference) and costs only $180.
Buy it here:
1 points • mcdithers
1 points • Anonymous5465
The radeon rx 590 performs the same as a gtx 1660 super and for 20 dollars less at 210$. The 2060 is a very good cars but 20 dollars over your budget at 320. The 1660ti out performs the rx 590 by something like 2% but its an 80 dollar price increase.
The 2060 out peforms the rx 590 by 30 fps but it is 100$ more.
1 points • 98bballstar
Go on your pc and go to userbenchmark.com and click Test in the top right and run it. It will say how your components are performing compared to others who tested with the same parts. This will give a physical estimate if you should also upgrade, like if it notices the RAM or HDD is wildly underperforming. Then maybe link a screenshot of the report here
Aside from that, I agree that you should upgrade your RAM. Get rid of those and and buy 16gb. Then you could upgrade your gpu. I'm also on a RX 580 and play everything without stutter at 1080 at medium on average. But the RX 590 or even better the GTX 1660 super might be the next step without breaking the bank
1 points • thebigblam
There are a few spots where you can save a decent chunk of change.
I wasn't sure if you were shooting for anything particularly fancy in terms of colouring, but I might make these few changes.
Speed is good, but it might better to keep in within a budget. The performance difference between the Vengeance and the Aegis will be relatively the same.
PSU - https://pcpartpicker.com/product/FdRFf7/corsair-cx-2017-550w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-cp-9020121-na
For video card - for 190, looks like you can get a OC Rx 590. Granted it's an XFX brand, but IMO, the brand doesn't weigh in much here.
Quality will be better than the 580 ever so slightly.
CPU I'm not sure if the 2700x is worth the extra 50 dollars, but with the extra few dollars saved, I'd recommend looking into a CPU cooler. the Wraith coolers aren't bad, but you can get a solid mid-range air cooler for like 30-40 bucks that'll get that sound down. You can gauge how yo ufeel about the wraith cooler before you do that though, just in case.
2 points • caseyr26
Rate my first 'build' (I just haven't bought it yet).
I already have a server PSU from an old server and the case from it (PE t605) so thats why they're not includedfirst build i ever put together
1 points • Tusk2899
For reference here are the prices
\^ Funny enough the 590 is brand new and the 1070 is refurbished.
1 points • danwantstoquit
On the high end you have the RX 5600 XT and the GTX 1660 ti. Lower down you have the RX 580 / RX 590 or the GTX 1650 SUPER. For brands I would recommend Sapphire on the AMD side, EVGA on the Nvidia side. IMO those are some of the best quality card makers for their respective products. All of these cards would be great. the RX 5600 XT I linked it what I would buy if I was in your position, but any of these would be good picks.
3 points • HorseHead97
First PC Build - Which RAM should i pick?
I've been saving money for some time (I have around $600) and i want to build a Budget PC Gaming to play most titles at 1080p 60+ FPS. I've made some research and these are the components i've been thinking about (If you have any suggestion i would appreciate it, since i'm really inexpert in this stuff):
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 AF
MoBo: Asrock B450M Pro 4
PSU: Thermaltake Smart BX1 600W 80+ White
GPU: XFX 590 Fatboy OC+ (It can be
RAM: Teamgroup T-Force Dark Z 16 GB (2 x 8 GB)
However, i saw that there is a "Dark Z Alpha" Variant with the same price, but i can't find if there is a gain in picking that model over the non-alpha variant, or if i should invest a little more in another kit, like the Corsair Vengeance LPX or any other that would be better. Any help you guys could provide would be amazing. Thank you upfront!
2 points • Master-Waffle
First-time builder, would love any advice/tips nd tricks :)
I've lurked this sub for probably almost a year now, but I've finally decided to kick my butt in gear and try my hand at building.
I wanted to build earlier on, but I settled on a pre-built pavilion. Don't get me wrong, it has carried its weight, I just want to make MY own personal pc. Plus my little brother wants to buy it off me(as I'm looking to move up.)
I'm a senior in high school and know basically nothing when it comes to building. I've been on my pc more as quarantine has ruined life, and I only use it for two purposes- 1) School (online classes, research, some videos), and 2) Gaming. (I don't think they are heavy games, but, again, I know nothing :P ) I play games like Minecraft, GTA V, Mordhau, Fortnite, CS:GO, and PUBG.
Rosewill Anti Static Wrist Strap (Saw I needed one of these)- $6.99 https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-Grounding-Alligator-RTK-002-Detachable/dp/B004N8ZQKY/ref=sr_1_3?crid=MPVW94OW0DQC&dchild=1&keywords=anti+static+wrist+strap&qid=1594593623&sprefix=anti+s%2Caps%2C177&sr=8-3
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X - $282.56
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2x16GB)- $169.99
WD Blue SN550 1TB NVMe Internal SSD- $129.99
GameMax Power Supply 850W- $149.99
AeroCool Cylon RGB Mid Tower- $47.34
Rx 590 Fatboy 8GB- $219.99
ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING MOTHERBOARD- $129.99
My question is this- Is there any way I could potentially remove or switch certain things out? I had to save up for this myself, so saving anything would be incredible :))
Thank you so much if you actually read this!