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The cards will use the RX 500 series of GPUs.

ASRock has unveiled a new lineup of Phantom Gaming display adapters based on AMD's Radeon RX 500 series GPUs. 

"ASRock finally expands into the graphics card field," CEO LL Shiu said. "We are happy and proud to team up with AMD, our strong and reliable partner, and of course we look forward to bringing out more interesting and competitive products in future." 

Phantom Gaming cards will be available in four flavors to start: The 2GB/4GB Radeon RX 550 and RX 560, and the 8GB Radeon RX 570 and RX 580 models. All four cards will offer DisplayPort (3x on the 570 and 580 models), HDMI, and DVI outputs, and promise "excellent overclocking capabilities," with dual ball-bearing fans and an "extra-large copper-base aluminum alloy composite heat pipe-equipped heatsink design." 

"The new ASRock Phantom Gaming Series, based on the powerful Radeon RX 500 Series graphics cards, will provide gamers the best of Radeon features and performance which will include FreeSync, the ultimate technology for smooth and stutter-free gaming, Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition for seamless streaming, sharing and gameplay capture now with mobile device functionality, and Radeon graphic's highly optimized DirectX 12 and Vulkan performance," Radeon Technologies Group VP Scott Herkelman said. 

ASRock didn't say when the new cards will come to market, but a rundown of individual card specs (subject to change), capabilities, and included software is available at There's also no word on pricing, though there's hope that by the time these arrive, the cryptocurrency fueled shortage will finally be over. Fingers crossed.

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with Nvidia mandating that for 1.class access to their chips boardpartners can't have AMD cards carry the same premium brand (like "MSI gaming" or "Asus ROG Strix" or "Gigabyte Aorus/Gaming") it's good to have more exclusive AMD partners, as the others might not have a line of AMD cards with their respective premium/top class coolers anymore

How do these cards compare with the base GTX1080?