Best GPU to buy?

Hi guys , so im planning to build a gaming pc which i already have all the part except the GPU , i condering 3 of my choice . Could you guys have any review , help me to choose which one is the best ? Thank you :D My pc specs
Main : MSI B350M MORTAR
CPU : RYZEN 5 1500X
RAM : 16GB
POWER : Cooler Master MWE 400

1) AORUS Radeon™ RX580 XTR 8G
Product link : http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-RX580XTRAORUS-8G#kf
Note : This card is extremely rare in my country , like 1/100 chance to get one . I really like this one , it's my first choice to get a GPU . But as i said , very rare .
2) AORUS Radeon™ RX580 8G Product link : http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-RX580AORUS-8GD-rev-10-11#kf
Note : So this the old version ( i think ?) of the RX580 XTR above , it's cheaper about 20~30$ in my country , it's always available .
3) Radeon RX 580 GAMING X 8G
Product link : https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/Radeon-RX-580-GAMING-X-8G.html
Note : I saw some people reviewing MSI card are too loud and hot ? is that true ?
4) GeForce® GTX 1060 Super JetStream Product link : http://www.palit.com/palit/vgapro.php?id=2664&lang=en&pn=NE51060S15J9-1060J&tab=ov
Note : In my country there are no many people use this card to gaming so i dont have any good review about it :( . Any review?
5) GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING X+ 6G
Product link : https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-GTX-1060-GAMING-X-Plus-6G.html Note : as above , MSI card are hot and loud ? This also the most expensive of all card i choose imn my country too .
6) GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING X 6G
Product link : https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-GTX-1060-GAMING-X-6G.html Note : cheaper version of MSI 1060 GAMING X+
If you guys have any alternatives GPU , feel free to suggest me :D . Thank you for helping
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  1. no, MSI [also ASUS] are pretty much known as the coolest and quietest card (which also happens to be the one of the most expensive in my country)

    i wouldn't recommend those GPU though, your PSU is only 400w

    probably can handle the GTX 1060 (if u had the pin connector anyway) but still not recommended

    the best GPU would probably be the GTX 1050ti
    (which is still pretty nice and decent, as long u're not playing on max setting @ 1080p anyway, it can handle med-high just fine imo)
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  2. so if i get one of those card above , i have to upgrade the PSU too ?
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  3. tunglou.pn said:
    so if i get one of those card above , i have to upgrade the PSU too ?


    yeah, getting something like CX550M should be more than enough for those GPU aboves

    performance wise, GTX 1060 performs on par with RX 580 (though RX 580 came out a bit on top, the power draw tends to go to Nvidia's way, so it's pretty much on par)
    the good side on RX 580 though is that it had more VRAM (which is pretty good) although i also doubt that the GPU itself can utilize full 8 GB without bottlenecking first...

    conclusion, they're on par, pick whichever u desire XD

    between variants, GPU only perform with 5% difference at most (RX 580 from gigabyte probably gonna differs only 5%, might be less, than the Gaming X, and vice versa with all the other variants) u should pick the model u like the most instead

    Palit is pretty well known, u don't have to worry
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  4. Hi guys , thank you all for the replies above . I really appreciated it
    So i have come a result :
    1 )  AORUS Radeon™ RX580 8G
    Product link : http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-RX580AORUS-8GD-rev-10-11#kf
    This is gonna be on 1st list cause it's cheap , and some people really used this AORUS version as the XTR run all out in our country caused by the miner  . Still i really like this one , looks good , stable and strong too ( i watched a lot benchmark and game test of this on youtube )

    2) MSI Radeon RX580 Gaming X+ 8GB
    Product link : https://us.msi.com/Graphics-card/Radeon-RX-580-GAMING-X-Plus-8G.html
    I just founded this one from my friend , he using this card about 2 months ago . I came by and check out , all the things a thought on MSI card eg : loud , hot .. are all BS . I find it really smoothly and good looking too  . Also very strong and good for gaming . But the problem is the MSI are 45~55$ more expensive than the AORUS RX580 8GB in my country .

    ​​​​​​​So which one should i pick ? Thank you for helping :)
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  5. tunglou.pn said:
    Hi guys , thank you all for the replies above . I really appreciated it
    So i have come a result :
    1 )  AORUS Radeon™ RX580 8G
    Product link : http://www.gigabyte.us/Graphics-Card/GV-RX580AORUS-8GD-rev-10-11#kf
    This is gonna be on 1st list cause it's cheap , and some people really used this AORUS version as the XTR run all out in our country caused by the miner  . Still i really like this one , looks good , stable and strong too ( i watched a lot benchmark and game test of this on youtube )

    2) MSI Radeon RX580 Gaming X+ 8GB
    Product link : https://us.msi.com/Graphics-card/Radeon-RX-580-GAMING-X-Plus-8G.html
    I just founded this one from my friend , he using this card about 2 months ago . I came by and check out , all the things a thought on MSI card eg : loud , hot .. are all BS . I find it really smoothly and good looking too  . Also very strong and good for gaming . But the problem is the MSI are 45~55$ more expensive than the AORUS RX580 8GB in my country .

    ​​​​​​​So which one should i pick ? Thank you for helping :)


    i personally leans toward the MSI, the Gaming X is their top tier product so i guess that should justify the extra cost, they're quiet af, cool af, and i personally like the red-black color XD

    also, not exactly this card, but i heard that Gigabyte had a issues with coil whine, so i don't really trust that brand

    *this is all my opinion*

    both GPU will perform on with almost little to no difference overall, just get the model that u like XD hope u enjoy whichever GPU u bought XD
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