RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked

RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked

RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked

RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked

 
RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked, offering some impressive clock speed boosts over AMD's older RX 400 series GPUs. 

Below we can see that these new GPUs not only offer increased clock speeds but smaller gaps between their base and boost clocks, making the performance of these GPUs more consistent. The clock speeds of AMD's RX 580 have increased so much that they are higher than most overclocked/aftermarket RX 480 variants, which gives us hope that the overclocking of these new versions will be even more impressive. 
 
 
  RX 580RX 480RX 570 RX 470 
GPU Cores 23042304 2048 2048 
Base Clock1257MHz1120MHz 1168MHz 926MHz 
Boost Clock1340MHz 1266MHz 1244MHz 1206MHz 
 
 

  

RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked  RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked
  

One of the most interesting changes in this new series will be with the RX 560, which will feature both higher clock speeds and more GPU cores than their RX 460, giving it much more performance. 

We also have the new RX 550, which will come with only 512 GPU cores and will likely be priced below £80 as an affordable replacement for integrated graphics solutions.  

 
  RX 560RX 460RX 550 
GPU Cores1024896 512
Base Clock1175MHz1090MHz -
Boost Clock1275MHz 1200MHz 1183MHz 
Memory bus128-bit128-bit128-bit


RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked  RX 500 reference clock speeds and specifications have been leaked
  

These leaked slides did not include any pricing information for these new GPUs, though we expect them to all be priced a little higher than their RX 400 series counterparts. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's RX 500 series specifications on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

13-04-2017, 10:40:37

BigDaddyKong
If the leak is accurate, the 560 is like the 460 that was limited to China release with the higher core count.Quote

13-04-2017, 11:50:59

AngryGoldfish
I've only just noticed now that AMD aren't using the blower style cooler. Wah!?! That is awesome.Quote

13-04-2017, 21:21:50

Excalabur50
If true Well Done AMD on the non blower style cooler, can't wait to see the reviews on these and AIB cardsQuote

13-04-2017, 22:24:29

NeverBackDown
Apparently this is running on the 3rd gen "LPC" FinFET process. Low Power Compact. So it was running on 2nd gen LPP before, but now this new version just offers cheaper production and iirc slightly better power consumption. No performance benefits.Quote
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