Alright so there she is, the Radeon RX 570 Nitro+ from Sapphire we received is an 4GB version (despite that box stating 8GB) with the Nitro+ dual-fan heatpipe slash radiator design cooler. It has two PCIe PEG power connectors (6-pin and 8-pin). The card has been designed to be a nice match for Full HD gaming, up-to 1080P and sure even some 1440P.
In our findings the card is roughly as fast as the Radeon RX 480, and at 259 USD with 4GB that's not a bad position to be in. Obviously there's more to check out other than performance, we'll have a peek at PCB heat levels, GPU temperatures as well as noise levels.
This Radeon RX 570 is armed with 4 GB graphics memory which will be clocked at 7.0 Gbps / 256-bit to give you a little more leash with the higher resolutions and image quality settings. The reference clocked product will run with clock frequencies up-to 1257 MHz on its 2048 shader processors with a 1340 Boost, this model remains at these reference values. Also, check out that backside where there is a thick sturdy metal back-plate with plenty of venting spaces applied as well. A proper one as well with lots of ventilation gaps. And kudos to Sapphire for an opening at the GPU PCB rear, that's a proper vent for warm air.
This product has been designed to be a match for the most popular Full HD and Wide Quad HD resolutions. Actually, it places a focus on 1440P gaming. The card includes includes two HDMI (2.0b), two DisplayPort 1.4 (HDR ready) connectors as well as a DVI connector.
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