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AMD XFX RX 590 Review

Sixth, temperature power test: full load 80 degree baking machine power consumption is lower than non-public RX 580


1, temperature test

Here we only test the temperature of the XFX RX 590 and test its temperature performance in standby, 3Dmark, and Furmark. The room temperature was 19 degrees during the test.

Furmark’s parameters are set to 1920*1080 resolution, 0AA. After 10 minutes of operation, the temperature of the XFX RX 590 stabilized at 80 degrees.

When the temperature of the XFX RX 590 is lower than 60 degrees, the fan will automatically stop. Because its radiator is not huge, the standby temperature is 35 degrees, and the maximum temperature of running 3DMark is 74 degrees. When performing Furmark baking machine The maximum temperature is 80 degrees.

2, Power consumption test

Although the XFX RX 290 frequency is 35MHz higher than the public version, its 225W TDP is the same as the public version. Test standby and Furmark oven power consumption separately. The power used for the test is Cool Cool Extreme MasterWatt Maker1200W Platinum Power.

In addition, we use the overclocking platform to test, the power consumption of the entire platform will be about 20W higher than the default frequency.

Surprisingly, although the XFX RX 590 is 169MHz higher than the XFX RX 580, the performance is 8% higher, but the power consumption of the oven is even lower. This should be the “12-nm FinFET” process tape. The energy efficiency improvement. However, compared with NVIDIA’s Pascal, the gap is still very far away, far away…

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