ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has unveiled the ROG Strix RadeonTM RX 590, an all-new gaming graphics card powered by the latest AMD Radeon RX 590 GPU.
ROG Strix cards keep temperatures low and decibel levels quiet. MaxContact technology uses precision machining to create a heat-spreader surface that makes up to 2X more contact with the GPU chip, helping to improve thermal transfer. As heat passes into the heatsink, three powerful Wing-blade fans spin up when GPU temperatures exceed 55°C.
Wing-blade fans are a patented design that offer 105% more static pressure than traditional axial designs, ensuring air is dispersed through the entire cooling array. The fan internals are also sealed to IP5X standards so that they will keep running, even in dusty environments.
A seven-phase voltage regulator that combines premium chokes, solid polymer capacitors, and high-current power stages, provides generous reserves to fuel AMD’s latest GPU.
ROG Strix RX 590 is topped with a sleek shroud that blends with just about any system. For enthusiasts who want to draw attention to their rig, Aura Sync RGB lighting on the shroud and backplate allows illumination to be synchronised to the beat of music, change colors based on processor temperatures, or cast an array of patterns.
Aura Sync software connects to a host of compatible products from ASUS and other companies so users can easily coordinate lighting effects throughout their entire system.
ASUS ROG Strix RX 590 is coming to shelves in select markets around the world in November 2018.