Well the Strix RX 570 isn’t the first RX 570 that has come into the office but it is the first Asus video card that we have had in a while. Today I want to check out what Asus is doing to set themselves apart from everyone else, compare the performance of this card to the XFX 570 as well as the rest of the competition, and see how it compares in value. I’ve been impressed with the Asus Strix styling on motherboards recently and it looks like some of that has carried over to the GPU market so it should rate high but the only way to find out is to get to it so let's do that.

Product Name: Asus Strix RX 570

Review Sample Provided by: Asus

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

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Graphics Engine

AMD Radeon RX 570



Video Memory


Engine Clock

1310 MHz (OC Mode)

1300 MHz (Gaming Mode)

Stream Processors


Memory Clock

7000 MHz

Memory Interface



Digital Max Resolution:5120x2880


DVI Output: Yes x 2 (Native) (DVI-D)

HDMI Output: Yes x 1 (Native) (HDMI 2.0)

Display Port: Yes x 1 (Native) (Regular DP)

HDCP Support: Yes

Power Connectors

1 x 8-pin


2 x ROG Cable Ties

2 x Orange Color Decals


ASUS GPU Tweak II & Driver

Aura (Graphics Card) Utility


9.5 " x 5.1 " x 1.5 " Inch

24 x 12.9 x3.9 Centimeter

Before jumping into everything I do want to include a copy of the GPUz from my testing. This shows that I was on the 17.5.1 driver when testing and what BIOS revision as well. The 1300 MHz clock speeds also line up with what is listed in their specifications for the gaming mode, using Asus’s software you can bump up to the OC mode for an extra 10 Mhz as well. This is a little faster than the 1264MHz of the XFX 570 that I also covered.



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