Top positive review
Good value & performance, but hot & power hungry
16 January 2019
Installing the board is very simple & the AMD software is straight forward by default, plus plenty of scope for tweaking for those who want it, although there's little overclocking potential.
Performance sits about 10% above the RX 580 & in between the GeForce GTX 1060 & GTX 1070, so it offers good value for below £250, but probably not worth the extra if you can find an RX 580 on offer for below £200.
The downside is it consumes more power than a GTX 1080 & correspondingly produces a lot of heat (60C is typical). The built in double fans are kept busy on demanding games; it's not a problem unless you are particularly concerned about system noise or your PC already runs warm.