Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 580 8GB Graphics Card Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
Sapphire is one of the biggest names out there when it comes to creating great AMD graphics cards. We’ve already taken a look at their lovely Nitro+ RX 570. Not forgetting quite a few other RX 580’s and they have been impressive regarding value for mone. This is especially true for 1080p gaming, even at ultra settings. However, the new Pulse series from Sapphire promise performance close to that of their more expensive Nitro+ cards, but a more attractive price for those who may be on a slightly tighter budget.
Radeon Chill, HDR, FreeSync 2 and much more!
Cheaper doesn’t mean missing out though, as this card comes factory overclocked, with a robust cooling solution, 8GB of memory, and a range of features such as quick connect fans, support for Radeon Chill, HDR, FreeSync 2 and much more!
With 2304 Stream Processors, and a 1366 MHz Boost Clock speed, this card is no slouch, and with 8GB of 2000 MHz (8000 MHz effective) memory, it should also be pretty competent in VRAM hungry titles, possibly even at resolutions above 1080p. For added value, you only need a quick look at the “Feature” section below and you’ll see that it has a lot to offer; not bad for a card that costs just £220.
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