right now you can get an RX580 cheaper or at the same price as a 1060 3gb and the rx570 is a whole 60$ cheaper although this could be because black friday is coming, but even a couple months back the rx570 was 40$ cheaper. AMD all the way guys, and the power consumption is a much over rated issue and the performance per $ on the 1060 isnt there.
Shall we check current pricing:
RX 570 8GB: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814930005&ignorebbr=1
GTX 1060 3GB: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133735&ignorebbr=1
AND the GTX 1050ti: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487291&ignorebbr=1
Now take a look at date of this video (which few YouTubers have updated) I recently bought a RX 570 off Newegg @ $169.99 ignoring most of the reviewers here & I am glad I did. A friend of mine has a GTX 1060 3GB. It is only a mere approx. on average 6 FPS faster & on a 1/3 of games my RX 570 beats it hands down. In other words, basically dead even. ALOT of these YouTubers remind me of back in the day when AMD released the FX-4100 CPU & 95% of reviewers tested it against Intel's flagship i7 proclaiming the FX-4100 to be junk ?? LOL the FX-4100 was AMD's entry level Bulldozer CPU costing far less than Intel's i7. History repeats itself here. I have seen some reviews here pitting the RX 570 against GTX 1070?? Gimmee a break! The RX 570 currently is the most bang for your buck. PC Magazine voted the RX 570 best 1080p GPU of 2018 not the overpriced/overrated GTX 1060 3GB. Apparently some YouTubers are getting fat "green" envelops in their mailboxes.
+Hardware Unboxed Now it might just be my opinion. But there is no way i can believe the performance it that low in comparison. Unless there is something with the GHz provided by the cards. Now if that is the cause id believe it. But looking at the stats. No way. I cant believe this.An we are talking higher stats across the board. I think different games need to be tested. NEW games.
in the used market here in PH..
GTX 1060 3GB is ugly to look at.. not only it has 3GB.. the price of it whether used or new is also ugly to look at..
tho RX 570's power consumption is not really good to look at either.. and most of them are over-used in used market..
As always was , some games are created to perform better on AMD and some on Nvidia . Any graphic card with price over 350 $ or E is not bad for gaming !!! And someone says Intel+Nvidia or ATI+AMD gives best ??? Not the case in practice every time . For gaming I choose Ryzen 5 or 7 X series to get overclock at highest level and Nvidia because of it's drivers and tools !!
RX 570 wins because.
1. Bigger VRAM buffer = more futureproof.
2. A few cards cost as little as 210 USD, while the cheapest GTX 1060 6gb sells for 229 USD. Unfortunately general pricing is still 10-20 bucks higher due to mining craze.
3. Saving 200 USD on Freesync monitor versus Gsync. These money could be spent elsewhere or simply saved. Keep in mind Nvidia non users of Gsync that your cards will cause a lot of trouble with stuttering in the future or tearing, so AMD cards lasts you longer than the Nvidia no Gsync scenario.
The 30W higher TDP is no problem for good quality (80+/bronze/gold/silver/platinum etc.) PSUs. Even a liquid AIO I7 7700k and a 1080 TI with not too many drives can run on a good quality 650W PSU. So just remember to get 450W or higher and there will be no problems.
That said remember to get a part with a more beefy cooling solution than you otherwise would with a 1060.
this is funny... hey did nvidia threaten you to only show nvidia winning or they would black ball you from future testing cards? haha and you did not mention the settings on both cards as far as LOD settings.. see the nvidia card runs 0.00 LOD where as AMD runs 1.00 which means that it gives nvidia cards up to 10% FPS gain because it's NOT working as hard which also translates to less detail in your graphics... oh but nvidia will frown if you tell anyone this in your review... that is just how they roll...
As someone who has tested and owns a GTX 1060m 3GB, it is best to get the RX 570 4Gb. The 4GB will last you longer then 3GB.
Games today take a whopping 2GB+ Vram. I can't even run Farcry 5 on max settings, not due to the performance of the card, but due to the limited Vram. When it spikes to more then 3GB, thats when I get a crash or some stutters and micro-freezes.
Anyway's great video once again. I hope Nvidia makes their next gen card soon with more Vram included.
Is it worth to upgrade? I've been with my 7970 ghz edition since 2013and it's superb video card, but sometimes there is something wrong with it. I really need your opinion, guys. Is it worth to upgrade on 1060 3 gb over 7970 ghz if my CPU i5 3570 stock and mostly I play csgo, rust and overwatch games. I run my games at 1080p. Or should I buy a new CPU with ddr4 ram and keep my current gpu?
Rx 570 is hands down better, because it can be modified and under clocked unlike the nvidia 1060, my rx 570 takes merely 100w at load, while undervolting an nvidia is not an option and it will end up under performing.
Fcking miners and bankers.. gotta re-buy something old and affordable for 1080p gaming when there is nothing decent new in shelves!
World moves on but we still have 2 years old chips sold as new for gaming
GeForce GTX 1060: *loses by 2 FPS*
"As you can see they are pretty much identical.."
GeForce GTX 1060: *wins by 2 FPS*
"AND THE GTX PULLS AHEAD BY A HUGE MARGIN ONCE AGAIN"
But besides the commentary this video was chockfull of great information, thanks.
For me, I would say the 1060 is very sligthly better than the RX 570 but I would choose according to my monitor. With a freesync monitor I would pick the RX 570, otherwise I'd the cheapest one or the one that does better in the games I want to play. Not to forget that those 4gb are going to age a lot better than those 3gb. I will either get the RX 580 8Gb for future proof or wait for the next gen NVidia graphics cards.
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