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HP OEM RX580 4GB

Soldato
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Ive been offered one of these for £180. Its a smallish card similar size to a 1060 mini. It only has a single 6 pin connector for power so its got me wondering if it will be a full fat 580. It was removed from a HP omen prebuilt pc
 
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Full fat 4gb part as far as I can see - however it's unlikely to have much boost / overclocking headroom being constrained to 150W.

AMD® Radeon™ RX580 4 GB FH PCIe x16
Engine Clock 1266 MHz
Memory Clock 8gbs
Memory Size(width) 4 GB (256-bit)
Memory Type 128M x 32 GDDR5
Max. Resolution(HDMI) [email protected]
Max. Resolution(DP) [email protected]
Multi Display Support 4 displays
HDCP Compliance Yes
Rear I/O connectors(bracket) DP*3 + HDMI
Cooling(active/passive) Active fan-sink (Active cooling with dynamic speed)
Total power consumption(W) <150W
PCB form-factor with bracket ATX (Full height) PCB with ATX dual slot bracket

http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c06040430.pdf - page 63

Part number for the card is 931738-001 from what I can gather.
 
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You can change that in the bios without affecting anything else on the card. All Polaris cards have a tdp hard target which you can fiddle with. Personally I think 180 for a 4gb 580 of any variant seems a little steep, even more so when looking at cards like this.

Full fat 4gb part as far as I can see - however it's unlikely to have much boost / overclocking headroom being constrained to 150W.


http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c06040430.pdf - page 63

Part number for the card is 931738-001 from what I can gather.
 
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Well the woman text me to say she had made a mistake and it was a RX480. Not a problem I said and offered a revised £125 which she accepted.

Got it home installed it and Radeon settings and GPU-Z report it as a 580 :)

Now to run some tests
 
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