Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked

Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked

Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked

Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked

 
Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked by Videocardz, showcasing models for the RX 580, RX 570 and RX 550. In total 9 GPUs have been revealed, though at this time now RX 560 GPUs have been shown.
 
To start off, we have the RX 580 Aorus XTR which will come with a similar cooling solution that what we have seen in Gigabyte's ultra-high-end GPU lineup, coming with a more modest fin stack design and a dual-fan setup. This model will come with a factory overclock, though at this time the final clock speeds of this GPU are unknown. 

Like other Aorus designs, this GPU will come with RGB Fusion compatibility. 

Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked

(Images from Videocardz)

 

Moving a little down the range we find the more affordable RX 580 Aorus, which comes with a more different cooler designs and in both 4GB and 8GB models. These models will also support Gigabyte RGB Fusion. 

At this time it is unknown if these models will come with a factory overclock. 

 

  
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Outside of the Aorus range is the Gigabyte Gaming range, which has its own RX 580 designs, the RX 580 Gaming, which comes in both 8GB and 4GB models. 

At this time it is unknown what the stock clock speeds are for these GPUs, or if they will come with a factory overclock over AMD's reference design. 

  
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Moving down to the RX 570, we can see that VideoCardz has leaked two different models, each of which offers a similar external aesthetics o their RX 580 counterparts. Both of these models are 4GB GPUs, though there is a chance that AMD will allow 8GB versions to be manufactured. 


  
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Moving down to the low-end of the market we can see two different AMD RX 550 GPUs, both of which come with what are said to be Polaris 12 GPUs and factory overclocks. These GPUs are both 2GB and will likely come with a sub-£100 price. 

  
Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked  Gigabyte's RX 500 series GPUs have been leaked

  

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07-04-2017, 14:27:27

NeverBackDown
5 different 580 designs? Holy moly.
I like the look of the Auros though. Not that bad.Quote

07-04-2017, 14:57:29

Chopper3
Man they look cheapQuote

07-04-2017, 17:51:14

RobM
I don't get why they release when Vega is around the cornerQuote

07-04-2017, 17:53:40

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Chopper3 View Post
Man they look cheap
I couldn't agree more. Gigabyte have never really made visually appealing GPUs but these latest ones are total junk. Not just to look at either.

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Originally Posted by RobM View Post
I don't get why they release when Vega is around the corner
Because as exciting as the high end stuff is the low end stuff is how a company stays afloat. These cheap GPUs are easy to produce and make a decent crust.

I see nothing wrong with releasing a refresh tbh, so long as it's a decent improvement over the last. Nvidia do it all of the time.

As long as they come in at the same price the last gen did I think it's a good idea.Quote

07-04-2017, 20:58:52

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I couldn't agree more. Gigabyte have never really made visually appealing GPUs but these latest ones are total junk. Not just to look at either.



Because as exciting as the high end stuff is the low end stuff is how a company stays afloat. These cheap GPUs are easy to produce and make a decent crust.

I see nothing wrong with releasing a refresh tbh, so long as it's a decent improvement over the last. Nvidia do it all of the time.

As long as they come in at the same price the last gen did I think it's a good idea.
Rebrand is not the same as a refresh. Both companies haven't done a rebrand in quite some time. Refreshes yes.Quote
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