The cards of the RX 590 family use the Polaris 30 XT as a GPU, that is, this is a slightly improved version of the Polaris 20, which is familiar to us from the 500 line. That being said, in principle the Polaris 30 XT achieves clock speeds from 1469 MHz to 1545 MHz (RX 580: 1257 MHz to 1340 MHz). In addition, AMD has changed the manufacturing process from 14nm to 12nm. The number of shaders, texture and render units, as well as the amount of graphics memory and its interface remained unchanged. Since the mining boom is finally over, you can usually find the RX 590 at an even more affordable price than the RX 580 just a year ago. That being said, the XFX RX 590 Fatboy is a particularly inexpensive specimen, costing only around $26,000 at the time of this test report.
good Full HD performance
high energy consumption