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MSI AMD RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC 8 GB GDDR5 256-Bit Memory DVI/DP/HDMI PCI Express 3 Graphics Card (1Year Warranty)

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MSI AMD RX 580 ARMOR

MSI AMD RX 580 ARMOR

Brand name MSI
Item Weight 998 g
Product Dimensions 30 x 6 x 14 cm
Item model number V341-064R
Color Black
Processor Brand RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC
Processor Speed 1366 GHz
Processor Count 1
Hard Drive Size 8 GB
Graphics Coprocessor AMD
Graphics Card Description MSI AMD RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC 8Gb
Graphics RAM Type GDDR5
Graphics Card Ram Size 8 MB
Graphics Card Interface PCI-E
Wattage 500 watts

 

How to Overclock Your Graphic Card

A graphic card or GPU is a computer component responsible for providing graphical output. Onboard graphics or IGP is found in motherboards except for high end boards. These days graphic chip is embedded inside the CPU die itself. These IGPs are just enough for basic usages like browsing, office applications and even HD video playing. But anything more than this requires a discrete graphic card which has more power to handle demanding applications like gaming.

Just like CPUs, GPUs have clock frequencies. They are CPU core (both ATI/AMD and Nvidia), shader (in Nvidia cards), and memory frequencies. By increasing the clock rate, one can improve the card’s performance.

Overclocking through BIOS

Just like CPUs, video cards can be overclocked through BIOS and software. Though BIOS overclocking is considered reliable for CPUs, it is not the case with GPUs. Though modifying the GPU’s BIOS with tools like Nibitor is possible to achieve overclock, lots of risks are associated with it. Flashing the GPU, in most of the situations, makes it unstable and can even brick the GPU and render useless when voltage values are changed. For these reasons, I’ll stay away from explaining BIOS overclocking for GPU.

Software overclocking your GPU

This is the most reliable way of overclocking your graphic card. There are many tools available to overclock a graphic card like Rivatuner, Afterburner, ATITool etc. But I have found MSI Afterburner, based on the venerable Rivatuner to be the easiest and most intuitive.

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  1. Rehman Manir

    I replaced an RX550 with this card because it has a displayport and supports Freesync from AMD.

    Rehman Manir

  2. Bilal Mustfa

    I built my first PC with this card, it has performed great

    Bilal Mustfa

  3. Hamza

    Great customer care

    Hamza

  4. GM D

    100% Original Product,same configuration as mentioned in description.

    GM D