I think RX 580 has a better price to performance ratio but the RX 580 has a lot of microstuttering compared to the GTX 1060.
Look at the frametime graph. The RX 580 seems to be stuttering a lot more even when it has a higher frame rate which completly ruins the gaming experience in my opinion.
Just check the kingdom come deliverance test in this video and see what I talk about.
The 580 clearly meets or exceeds the 1060 outside of GTA, Fortnite, and Assassins Creed Origins. In all of those games it still maintained 60fps or higher.
Despite this, the 580 is $20 cheaper, $30 cheaper if you don't want to grab the cheapest 1060 available.
I know why I'm torn. I want CUDA cores for development software. I like that the 1060 has a much higher market share (because developing with the hardware you intend to run the game on is a good idea).
On the other hand, I'm only upgrading because I have to. My R9 270 is just barely unable to run the stuff I need it to. I'd grab the 2080 but I'd have to wait a month to save up and I'm getting reaaaaal tired of 30hz 4K (which is just janky and stutters way more than it should - instead of losing 1 / 2 frames it feels like it just adds 200ms of input lag - it makes games unplayable even when running at 60+ fps ). I could get an Active DisplayPort adapter for $25 but the other problem at hand is that my VRAM is at 1.1GB out of 2GB with just 4K resolution and Chrome open.
If I didn't care about CUDA cores I can't imagine any reason to go with the 1060. Why pay more for less / same?
Additional reasons not to go for the 2080 all basically boil down to me not needing the performance right now, RTX not being supported by anything, and the high likelihood of a price drop / better option by the time that changes for me. The 2070 seems like a decent option - it enables enough that I should be able to test RTX + definitely should be able to use RTX to build out single assets in creative software, it's got 1080 performance like a 1070Ti (unoverclocked), and should provide a stop-gap all the way until an actually compelling reason to upgrade exists.
The entire problem being RTX not being supported anywhere. Not a single company I care about has given a timeframe other than "We're interested". I don't even know if authoring content with ray tracing enabled will be a very good idea to begin with - ideally it provides the A+ work - the stuff you're aiming toward. That way you can compare the "real results" with what the engine / shaders are doing and tweak to achieve similar results. Realistically, however, it may just wind up making your asset look significantly better than it does in engine and hide a ton of problems up until the point where you've got a bunch of stuff to fix all at once. Heck, maybe the 2070 can't even run RTX on a single asset. Maybe it just doesn't work like that. Maybe it can but not in 4K (using a 4K display as opposed to 2 - 3 monitors).
This honestly feels like a shit time to need to upgrade. Not enough known variables.
+George Daravigkas it depends, I have a rx580 and it works perfectly. If you don't know what to buy I think that those are the same. I payed my 8gb rx580 250 euros and I think it's a very good price. You'll have to ask to someone who used both in order to have a comparison.
+SDKeN ZeKaI do you realize the price difference between a 400 and 500watt psu?
Not to mention the fact that I actually ran a xeon x3470 overclocked to 4.2 ghz and an rx580 overclocked on a 400W psu!!!
The 1060 and the RX580 have all and the same power OK this two Grafik Cards have the same Power because the RX580 have more Power in this game , and the 1060 have more power in this game its all the same !!!
Unless your computer is using a 550W PSU the extra power RX 580 consumes are negligible. I would recommend RX 580 not bcoz of performance advantage (let's admit it, you can't see difference unless it's more than 15fps) but bcoz of freesync monitors are cheaper than g-sync monitors and thus giving you a cheaper investment. But, if you're planning on upgrading to the high-end realm in 2-3 yrs then getting a GTX 1060 wouldn't hurt. Also, these cards are the best for 1080p monitors so do remember that!
So guys i was planning on building a pc with a ryzen 5 2600, a gigabyte b450m, and the rx 580, of course including 16gbs of ram and all the other stuff, you think with mainly the cpu and gpu i just listed, you guys think that i can run at least R6 siege on high? Not planning on playing on 4k
Gtx 1060 is faster in most non vulkan games. It also has a much higher overclock potential. For example most 1060s can run +600mhz on the VRAM without any issue, which gives u a huge boost in memory bandwith. ( My 1060 now has 225Gbits memory bandwith with +600mhz (9400mhz))
You can also pump up the core clock to stable 2100mhz on most 1060s with no problems. Comparing to max 1550mhz on most rx 580s which is only a minor improvement over stock clock, you can safely say that an overclocked 1060 is faster than any RX 580 around.(stock cooled)
My 1060 clocks at 2189mhz @1093mv and disabled power target(shunt mod). I get a 4940 GPU score at time spy.
Both are good cards! I can´t see any difference in color (as somebody suggest). Interesting is how the fps is dependent on game.... AMD wins 137 -108 on Wolfenstein, Nvidia wins 118 - 99 on Fortnite. If you want low power consumption, the 1060 is good, if you want more future proof with 8GB of RAM AMD RX 580 is good.
This is the exact video I needed. I watched the i3-8100 with 1060 and saw the CPU bottlenecks in some games... I'm here to see if this one does too! The only suggestion I have is to show the average at the end of all Gomes combined in a graph, but thanks for the awesome videos!
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