Gigabyte FINALLY launches Radeon RX 590 GAMING

Published: 1st Mar 2019, 20:38 GMT   Comments

It took months, but Gigabyte has finally released first Radeon RX 590.

RX 590 GAMING

Gigabyte has not released Radeon RX 590 ever since the new AMD SKU came out. So, many weeks later, the RX 590 GAMING appears.

The card features Polaris 30 GPU with 2304 Stream Processors. It offers 8GB of GDDR5 memory. The clock speeds are quite moderate. At stock (Gaming Mode) this card features 1545 MHz frequency (AMD reference), in OC Mode it boost up to 1560 MHz.

This model is part of GAMING series (not to be confused with AORUS or G1 Gaming). It features a dual-fan WindForce 2X cooling solution with fan-stop functionality (the fans stop spinning under low usage).


 
GIGABYTE RX 590 8GB GAMING
Specs provided by VideoCardz.NET Database
GPU : Polaris 30 XT Base Clock : 1469 MHz
Cores : 2304 Boost Clock : 1560 MHz (+1.0%)
TMUs : 144 Memory Clock : 8 Gbps
ROPs : 32 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b




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