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Asus ROG Strix Radeon RX570 Review

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AMD release a newer version of their Polaris architecture to increase the graphics market share. The RX 500 series of GPUs is indeed the re-branding and re-release of Polaris. Though on the inside there have been improvements in the 14nm FinFET manufacturing process which decreased power consumption and an increase in stability at higher frequencies. Asus has introduced Strix RX570 that offers incredible performance than the reference RX570. The Graphics card design looks exactly same as the other mid-range cards. These Asus graphics cards support Aura RGB Lighting. It is capable of displaying millions of colours and six different effects.

On the back of the card, you won’t find metal blackplate to protect components from being exposed. Connectivity-wise, it offers two DVI ports, one HDMI 2.0 port and one DisplayPort 1.2 which enable support for 4K @ 120 Hz. Simultaneously, you can use all four ports for a multi-monitor setup. The Asus Strix Radeon RX 570 are built around a new Polaris architecture with a 14nm FinFET manufacturing process.


Now it’s time to reveal the performance of the new Asus Strix Radeon RX570 Graphics card. Although it’s a mid-range RX500-series graphic card, it was able to pull some high-end GPU intensive games very well. We put Asus Strix Radeon RX570 into test by playing graphics intensive and popular games like Battlefield 1, Need for Speed and GTA V. From the test result, we able to play Battlefield 1 at ultra setting with average 67fps, Need for Speed at ultra setting with average 61fps and GTA V at high setting with average 88fps. After benchmark, we can say that it performed quite well considering the price tag of the graphics card available in the market.


The ASUS Strictly Radeon RX570 performed well throughout our testing, considering it’s one of the mid-range powerful graphics cards out there in the market. It is the beast when it comes to performance and the fact it is only over 9.5-inches long and weighs roughly 800 grams. If you are in the market to buy AMD based graphic cards, you should probably consider Asus Strix Radeon RX570 over a year old RX480 Graphics cards.

Price: Rs. 22000



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