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Grab a Radeon RX 580 (8GB) Graphics Card for Just $134

Gigabyte Radeon RX 580
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Though it was released back in 2017 and has since been replaced by AMD's more-powerful Navi cards, including the RX 5700, the Radeon RX 580 remains a masterful card for 1080p gaming. Now the price for an RX 580 is as low as we've ever seen it.

Right now, Newegg's eBay store has a Gigabyte Radeon RX 580 with dual fans for just $134. That's not only the lowest price we've ever seen, but also $35 less than Newegg charges for the same card on Newegg.com.

Gigabyte Radeon RX 580 (8GB): was $179 now $134 @eBay
On sale via Newegg's eBay store, this dual-fan AMD RX 580 card is at the lowest price we've ever seen for an RX 580. View Deal

While it's no longer one of the overall best graphics cards on the market, the Radeon RX 580 is still a fantastic choice, particularly at this epicly-low price. With its 1,355 MHz boost clock and 8GB of GDDR5 memory, the card will allow you to play almost any game at 1080p on high settings and many games at 2K resolution with decent settings.

Radeon's RX 580 comes with its Windforce cooling system that has two, 90mm fans and a composite heat pipe that allow it go higher than the stock Radeon RX 580's top-speed of 1,340 MHz. It has 1 HDMI and 3 DisplayPort outs for maximum multi-monitor support.

  • tennis2
    WOW!
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  • NightHawkRMX
    Very good deal.

    Honestly, for a budget PC where you can't afford a 1650 super, your only choice is to buy AMD.

    The 1650 falls short in performance, and there is no GT1630 or whatever.
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  • drinking12many
    Figures I bought a 570 for my kids computer yesterday for 124 :(
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  • usermantop
    naah,you always get pieace of crap cheap, as like slower and lausy efficiency product.

    usually cheap price mean always lausy,lower average tech and product total value is under its cost.
    not recomemnded, no future.

    Mod Edit for language
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  • w_barath
    @Avram Piltch
    "almost any game at 1080p on high settings and many games at 2K resolution with decent settings"

    2k is 1080p. I dare say you meant 2160p.

    The important thing is that this card has a lot of memory, which means it won't thrash on complex scenes. So its 99th percentile FPS will be higher than a 5500 with 4G of RAM in complex scenes.
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  • tennis2
    2k = 1440p = QHD by popular convention. I know, it's wierd.
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  • larkspur
    "Officially" 2k is 2048x1080. But marketing materials often call 1440p (QHD) as "2k". It's kinda ridiculous so I never call anything 2k. QHD or 1440 is the easiest way to avoid confusion.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/2k-definition,37641.html
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  • larkspur
    usermantop said:
    naah,you always get pieace of crap cheap, as like slower and lausy efficiency product.

    usually cheap price mean always lausy,lower average tech and product total value is under its cost.
    not recomemnded, no future.
    Not true for this deal. It is a little weird buying a new graphics card that is based on 2016 tech. But, this card at this price provides a wicked-good price to performance ratio. I've been looking for a new card for the last six months. I waited for the 5500 XT but was disappointed. The 5500 XT 8gb is out of my price range and it is only PCIe x8 (which isn't going to cut it at all on my PCIe 2.0 mobo :)

    My considerations were a ~$110 RX 570 4gb or ~$160 1650 Super. The 1650 Super I wanted has been $170 and I almost bought it but this RX 580 8gb at this price was a no-brainer. Power consumption isn't a factor for me - I'm replacing an HD 6970 2gb from 2011! I also like having very mature drivers although I recognize that Polaris will hit legacy sooner than later...

    Unfortunately, this deal is now over. Glad I saw this article yesterday and grabbed this! Anyway, thanks Avram!
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  • King_V
    usermantop said:
    naah,you always get pieace of crap cheap, as like slower and lausy efficiency product.

    usually cheap price mean always lausy,lower average tech and product total value is under its cost.
    not recomemnded, no future.

    Mod Edit for language

    This is a completely uninformed statement that does not in any way contribute any useful information.
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  • scandrews
    King_V said:
    This is a completely uninformed statement that does not in any way contribute any useful information.

    I curious if a 580 8gb would be a reasonable 1080p temporary card. My 2070 died (within a week of being out of warranty), and I won't have the money for anything substantial for 2-3 months (looking towards the 3600/3700 or 'Big Navi')

    I play AAA games (AC Odyssey/Origins, Witcher 3 type) along with some older games (GTA V, older AC games). I'm willing to lower settings to stay at 60+.

    Would a 580 do the job on a temp basis?
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