XFX Rs XXX Edition Rx 570 4GB OC Review, Mainstream Just Got Better!

A Closer Look

The XFX Rs XXX Edition RX 570 4GB OC isn’t a full-length card and should fit in most cases easily. The cowling is black plastic and for some reason, XFX chose red fans and while we prefer Black or RGB that’s just a matter of personal preference.

XFX went with all copper composite heatpipes on its high-performance unibody heatsink and the max 74°C we saw on Kombuster is a testimony to its effectiveness.

Connectivity wise you have a pretty standard DVI, three Display Port and a HDMI so unless you are rocking a 15 pin VGA monitor you should be covered.

The backplate is solid aluminum and probaby a little overkill but you can rest assured it’s not going to let your card sag or warp.

Switching to a high contrast background you can get a look at the beefy composite heatpipes and the single 8-pin PCIe power connector.

 

 

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  1. I wanted to understand the logic of testing a product designed for 1080p only at higher resolutions. This does not make sense.

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