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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-05-2019, 12:27 PM - Thread Starter
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rx 470 8gb or rx 570 4gb

Hello all,i have: i5 3570(3400mhz-bost 3800mhz),ddr3 8gb ram,msi,1155 chipset h61.sursa:FSP HEXA85+ 650w
and i found with same price rx 570 4gb and rx 470 8gb,i read in forum rx 570 is over rx 470 with 10% performance
but which is good chose rx 570 with 4 gb or rx 470 with 8 gb? and make bootle neck with my specs?
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Really depends what you are going to use the GPU for which games and at what resolution
If you are using a sub 1080P monitor the 4 GB RX 570 is good enough

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I would get 570, 4GB is enough for 1080p. If it isn't just reduce textures quality a notch and it should be fine.

I would also get 480 4GB if you can find it and is in the same price range

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
Really depends what you are going to use the GPU for which games and at what resolution
If you are using a sub 1080P monitor the 4 GB RX 570 is good enough
shilka why more new game need minim 4 gb vram with minimum spech down 720p?i have monitor 1080p
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if the 470 can reach same clock via overclock I would get that forget about 4gb on 1080p unless you dont mind reducing the graphics quality
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IIRC the 8gb version is more than just the additional Vram - It's more powerful as well. Seems like having a bit more power would be beneficial to your system. I do know the price difference is quite small between the two either way.

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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
IIRC the 8gb version is more than just the additional Vram - It's more powerful as well. Seems like having a bit more power would be beneficial to your system. I do know the price difference is quite small between the two either way.
So if buy rx 470 with 8gb and make OVERCLOK is egual or up rx 570 4gb?
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i want to buy second-hand,so if the person have for example graphic card with bios modification mining(lies to me),how to test to view is normal or modification bios,simply put in to PC and after start graphics card black screen or artefact means is bios -modification?how view the true?
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Quote: Originally Posted by mihgeo View Post
So if buy rx 470 with 8gb and make OVERCLOK is egual or up rx 570 4gb?
If it has the same clock speed, it will perform exactly the same, ASSUMING it will have proper cooling and it will not throttle the gpu due to temperature, if you run out of vram (for example if you max out graphics setting, assuming it is playable) framerates will drop if you reach the vram limit


the only way to prove they havent changed anything in bios is using TPU's Database GPU BIOS and compare both files. one will differ in the power limit or memory timming strap.

but I mean if it runs fine with the modded bios and the performance is around the same as benchmark (may differ since different models have different clock speed)

I maxed Metro exodus in 1080p with a R9 290 (around rx 470 performance) when I ran out of vram the frame rate dropped from 33 to 8-5fps

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My RX480 8GB is faster than my RX570 4gb.
The 570 does have some issues with large texture packs so I recommend the higher VRAM gpu

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