I recently purchased what was advertised as a Gigabyte RX 590 GPU.
It showed the Technical Specifications and pictures of a Gigabyte RX 590 REV 1.0 GPU shown here: https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-RX590GAMING-8GD-rev-10/sp#sp
That GPU includes:
An additional DVI-D output.
RGB Fusion 2.0 lighting.
I even told the seller to double check the GPU was indeed a REV 1.0
The GPU I received is a Gigabyte RX 590 REV 2.0 GPU with Technical Specifications shown here:
Radeon™ RX 590 GAMING 8G (rev. 2.0) | Graphics Card - GIGABYTE Global
It would cost me ~ 70 to fit a Custom Backplate and RGB lighting to the GPU.
It seems this "Bait and Switch" tactic has been pretty common.
In some cases sellers actually state the GPU is a Gigabyte RX 590 REV 2.0
but continue to show pictures of the Gigabyte RX 590 REV 1,0. with backplate and corresponding better technical specifications.
I have already contacted Gigabyte Sales and Technical Support and the response is - contact the seller.
If you have been a victim of this please respond below.
I am going to do something about it because I hate to see AMD users getting ripped off like this and sellers of these Gigabyte RX590 GPUs should not be allowed to get away with it.