The midrange 2GB RX 560 will hit the store sometime early in the month of May for £99. The latest cards are based on the same Ellesmere GPU architecture as last year's RX 480, so there isn't a ton to talk about.
At just $189 for our souped-up overclocked version, $20 over the reference model's MSRP, the RX 570 pumps out strong gaming performance at 1080p, averaging 60 frames per second with the quality up to ultra on every game in our test suite save Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, which is to be expected.
AMD today has taken the curtains off its new Radeon GPU lineup. Unlike the Radeon RX 480, which launched with 1120MHz base and 1266MHz GPU Boost clocks, the Radeon RX 580 will work at 1257MHz base and 1340MHz GPU Boost clocks, although AMD AIB partners will push that even further. The RX 580 will be available in 4GB and 8GB configurations for $199 and $229, respectively.
The Dual-X cooling in SAPPHIRE NITRO+ RX 580 and 570 has undergone a complete overhaul. Although it is very similar to the Polaris 10 used on the RX 480, AMD tells us this is actually a new GPU that has been tweaked to achieve higher clocks.
Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition is AMD's advanced graphics software for enabling high-performance gaming and engaging VR experiences. The Radeon RX 560, according to AMD, should be enough for "efficient" 1080p gaming, while the RX 550 cater to those looking for something better than an integrated graphics chip or those building a 4K-enabled HTPC system.
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Between the additional cores and the higher clocks, the RX 560 should be a strong update to the RX 460. Based on an updated Polaris architecture, the RX 500 series is meant to replace the RX 400 and for those who are planning on upgrading from the R9 series or the NVIDIA equivalent graphics cards from over two years ago or more. The fully-enabled Polaris 11 GPU with 16 CUs gave the Radeon RX 560 1024 Stream Processors, 64 TMUs and 16 ROPs.
The Aorus Radeon RX 570. These factors combine to allow AMD to run the GPU at higher clock frequencies, with more stable voltage, and in turn gives more performance and higher overclocking potential. Meanwhile, the RX 550 will be based on Polaris 12.
RX-580 is based on the same Polaris 10 core. AMD only revealed that the GPU will be clocked at 1183MHz GPU Boost clock. The high-end variant of AMD Radeon RX Veg will be available with a unique packaging design, WCCF Tech reported. The Radeon RX 550 will be coming later this week, just like the RX 580 and RX 570, and should have a suggest retail price of USA $79.
The NITRO+ RX 580 and 570 cards also feature NITRO Glow - a stylish RGB LED backlight on the side, easily controlled with SAPPHIRE TriXX 3.0 software. The series will range in price from $80 to $280 and AMD boasts it will measure up to Nvidia GTX 1050 and 1060 cards when it comes to performance. Here is the breakdown of each of the graphics cards in detail.