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ASUS RX 570 STRIX Gaming OC 4GB Review

Temperatures were measured after 5 minutes of load under three scenario: Furmark, Unigine Heaven and desktop idle in sequential order with 2 minutes of downtime in between each test. GPU-Z was used to record the maximum temperature, fan profiles on GPUs were left to their default behaviour.

Delta temperatures are presented below to account for small fluctuations in room temperature, but for all the testing present in this graph the temperature ranged from 21.6 to 23.1 degrees Celsius.

Granted the ASUS RX 570 delivered strong temperature results but as we've already seen this is at the expense of noise. We'd be keen to see ASUS sacrifice an additional 5-10 degrees Celsius for a less aggressive fan profile.

The lack of a backplate saw hotspots in the high 70s on the rear of the PCB, mainly around the VRMs. ASUS should fit a backplate, not only does it look better and add structural rigidity, but it would also bring these hotspots down into the high 50's / low 60's.

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