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Rui Neves

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Hi ,
The gpu specs on techpowerup are usually correct ?
I am just wondering because my GPU was bought in second hand so just want to be sure if all specs are from stock . It matches the specs of the website but I dont know if the specs are 100% correct because some other websites show specs a little bit different.
My gpu is a XFX RX 580 GTS XXX 4GB ( RX-580P4DFD6)
 
That's a LEGIT GPU. No worries here. Videocardz has NEVER posted any wrong info regarding GPU specs and Models though. For your particular GPU model, just click on the "LookUp" button on the GPU-Z screen (right side).

Once you click it should take you to TPU's database, for the XFX brand. Match the SPECS there.
 
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Yes, TPU's database is okay. But in case of any doubt ALWAYS check from this website: VIDEOCARDZ.

TPU actually borrowed all those specs from Videocardz, because WHYCRY the owner/author of this website told me about this issue before. They took his permission though. VideoCardz can easily be trusted.

 
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Post a GPU-Z screenshot to clear any doubt.
Thank , is here a screenshot of gpu-z https://postimg.cc/Y4HLm56f

I visited vidsocardz.net but memory brandwidth is wrong and memory clock is with oc numbers . On memory clock is possible to confirm they are only right with an OC on the card visiting xfx website. The other spec that I said is not listed on XFX website .
On this chart on videocardz.com https://videocardz.com/specials/memory-bandwidth they show the right values or at least that match gpu-z with 1750mhz that is the stock memory clock on this card .
 
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That's a LEGIT GPU. No worries here. Videocardz has NEVER posted any wrong info regarding GPU specs and Models though. For your particular GPU model, just click on the "LookUp" button on the GPU-Z screen (right side).

Once you click it should take you to TPU's database, for the XFX brand. Match the SPECS there.
 
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That's a LEGIT GPU. No worries here. Videocardz has NEVER posted any wrong info regarding GPU specs and Models though. For your particular GPU model, just click on the "LookUp" button on the GPU-Z screen (right side).

Once you click it should take you to TPU's database, for the XFX brand. Match the SPECS there.
as I said before on techpowerup it matches the specs 100% .I clicked on lookup is the same link that I´ve seen before and it matches 100% the GPU-z software.
on this memory chart https://videocardz.com/specials/memory-bandwidth matches the memory specs too .
but here https://videocardz.net/xfx-radeon-rx-580-4gb-gts-xxx/ don´t match the memory specs.
you can compare :
https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/xfx-gts-rx-580-xxx-4-gb.b4481
https://videocardz.net/xfx-radeon-rx-580-4gb-gts-xxx/

I Believe the videocardz website is saying the memory specs when it´s overclocked to 7100 mbps but the normal should be 7000 mbps at least I think so according to xfx website .
http://www.xfxforce.com/en-us/products/amd-radeon-rx-500-series/rx-580-gts-4gb-dd-rx-580p4dfd6

but some other websites like game debate have more specs that ae not the same as here : https://www.game-debate.com/hardware/index.php?gid=3929&graphics=Radeon RX 580 XFX GTS XXX 4GB

btw I contacted videocardz and they said

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In our database we list the highest confirmed clock for the card.

Some manufacturers tend to display OC and Gaming clocks on their websites, we always list highest clocks, as this is the maximum clock speed the card is officially allowed to operate with.

We had an internal discussion on this very topic and this seems to be the most reasonable way to handle this issue.
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so in the point of view of the videocardz.com they are right and from mine I am right too and techpowerup too ....
at least I think is everything alright with the card .

thanks for all feedback .
 
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In our database we list the highest confirmed clock for the card.

Some manufacturers tend to display OC and Gaming clocks on their websites, we always list highest clocks, as this is the maximum clock speed the card is officially allowed to operate with.

We had an internal discussion on this very topic and this seems to be the most reasonable way to handle this issue.
"
so in the point of view of the videocardz.com they are right and from mine I am right too and techpowerup too ....
at least I think is everything alright with the card .

thanks for all feedback .
YES...That's correct. I've always been in touch with WHYCRY and "SMiThaYe " though. I like their website, tbh.
 
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YES...That's correct. I've always been in touch with WHYCRY though. I like their website, tbh.
I have the same point of view of techpowerup by putting memory clock at stock speeds tbh , because that´s what people get out of the box and most people will never touch the memory clocks in all the card life ... I know how to do it but I will not touch the clocks anyway . and it´s not like XFX have some overclock tool because they don´t , hey just simply give the option to overclock the card with amd software but even MSI afterburner or other software can do it.
 

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