ASRock RX590 Phantom Gaming X 8GB OC


ASRock Inc. is established in 2002, specialized in the field of motherboards. ASRock strives to build up its own brand. The company explores the limit of motherboards manufacturing while paying attention on the eco issue at the same time, developing products with the consideration of eco-friendly concept.

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Packaging and accessories

The packaging of the RX 590 PG X is identical in structure and design with the one used for the ASRock RX 580 Phantom Gaming. The box uses the same dark red, gray and black color combination as the rest of the Phantom Gaming products. The background is composed out of an abstract design and the initials of the series, PG.


The sides of the box feature similar elements as the rest of the packaging, the logo of the series is printed alongside the model of the graphics card.


The back side of the packaging features a detailed description of the graphics card and its main features. This includes photos of the cooling system components and of the Phantom Gaming overclocking software.



The product comes with the following accessories:
– 1x User Manual
– 1x Driver Support CD



Model: AMD Radeon RX 590
Graphics Processor: Polaris 30
Transistors: 5700M
Shader Units: 2304
Interface: PCI Express x16 3.0
Memory Size: 8 GB
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Interface: 256 bit
Memory Clock Speed (MHz): 8032 MHz
Core Clock Speed: 1591 MHz
DVI Connectors: 1x
HDMI Connectors: 2x
Display Port: 2x (version 1.4) Max Resolution: 7680 x 4320
DirectX Version Support: 12
OpenGL Version Support: 4.5
Multi-GPU Technology: CrossFire
Dimension: 278.81 x 126.78 x 41.91 mm
Power Connectors: 1x 8-Pin

2 thoughts on “ASRock RX590 Phantom Gaming X 8GB OC”

  1. You should re-do your FPS graphs. Right now the transparency is too low and it makes them hard to read. The average fps bars should probably be full opacity, as you want those to be easily seen and easy to compare between the cards. The background images are nice but you have to emphasise clarity in graphs over pretty presentation.

    I’d also say that the i5 at only 3.9 ghz is way too low and will be a problem when testing higher end cards, so you’re gonna have not very comparable data.

    Good luck!

    1. Hi, are you talking about the Low 0.1% FPS graphs or about all the game graphs? I will edit them ASAP to 85% opacity and perhaps add a stroke on the FPS number to make it easier to read.
      I agree with you about the Skylake i5, unfortunately, the upgrade cycle for CPUs and Graphics Cards is so small that I would need to do a CPU swap every other year. Chances are that when I will get high end graphics cards, I will also be able to afford a high end CPU. Until then, I have to make do with a Skylake i5 and a Ryzen 1700X.

      Thank you for the feedback!

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