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The PowerColor Red Devil RX 570 4GB arrives vs. the GTX 1060 3GB

Performance

Performance summary charts & graphs

 

Here are our performance results of 26 games and 4 synthetic tests comparing the Red Devil RX 470 4GB with the Red Devil RX 570 and versus the stock EVGA GTX 1060 3GB.

All results except for Firestrike, Time Spy, VRMark and Superposition are expressed in average fps (in Bold) and also generally in minimum fps (where they make sense, in smaller italics next to the averages).  Each card is compared against the other in the adjoining results column at 1920×1080 and at 2560×1440.

The first column represents the Red Devil RX 470 4GB, the second column has the Red Devil RX 570 4GB results, and the third column shows the EVGA GTX 1060 3GB results.

We see the Red Devil RX 470 come very close in performance to the Red Devil RX 570 since the RX 570 is clocked less than 4% higher.  This time, however, the RX 570 is faster than the GTX 1060 3GB overall, winning 30 individual game benchmarks to the NVIDIA card’s 21 wins, and with one benchmark tied.

It will be interesting to see if anything changes when we overclock our Red Devil RX 570 to its maximum and pit it against the overclocked GTX 1060 3GB in our next overclocking showdown.

Let’s head for our conclusion.