The RX 570 is available online in Pakistan at a budget-friendly price range for users looking for high-grade specifications at a value price.
Pros & Cons
Great for 1080p resolution
Compact and easy to install
Fast processing speeds
Lower price point as compared to other GPUs
Same architecture technology as the previous model
The 14 nm processor chip is the Polaris 20 XL version and is compatible with DirectX 12.0. The Polaris 20 is a compact design that has a die area of 232 MM² and 5,700 million transistors, 128 texture units and 32 ROPs. This means users will be able to experience fast processing with richer textures of games visual display. It can be boosted to higher clock speeds compared to other base model GPUs. It does this by drawing more power on its 150W thermal design point (TDP).
The RX 570 is available in both 4GB and 8GB versions, both have reference clocks with GDDR5 memory starting at 7GHz resulting in a high peak memory bandwidth when compared to the previously released RX 470. The 8GB iteration will be able to deliver good FPS on 1080p for all your favourite game titles.
It can achieve intensive gameplay displays with FULL HD 1080p at 60FPS. For gamers ready to push to 1440p with slight changes to the quality settings, the RX 570 can deliver a good performance. It can regulate frame rate intuitively and adjust display settings automatically observing the performance of the frame-rate caps to synch with the monitor refresh rate.
For optimised gameplay Radeon has various settings and software inbuilt into the GPU. The Advisory Settings include the FreeSync technology that ensures smooth gameplay removing any chances of choppy and broken frames. Gamers will experience a seamless performance with a wide range of framerates.
Tips & Comments
Users will not be able to achieve a 4K or VR gameplay with this GPU even with its 4,096 MB GDDR5 memory on the card and 256-bit memory interface, it will struggle on the highest settings. The GPU is operating at a frequency of 1168 MHz that be boosted up to 1244 MHz when the memory is running at 1750 MHz.