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Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

 

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores have appeared online, showcasing performance that is similar to a GTX 980 and well above the PC performance requirements for VR. The benchmark in question is 3DMARK 11's performance benchmark, which gave the RX 480 GPU a score of P14461 with an Intel i7 4770 CPU. 

While at this time these benchmark scores cannot be confirmed to be an AMD RX 480, the GPU in question does match the previously leaked clock speeds of the GPU and has 8GB of VRAM, which is one of the available memory sizes of the RX 480.  

Sadly the scores on this benchmark can vary greatly depending on your CPU, which means that these scores are only directly comparable to other systems using an Intel i7 4770 CPU. 

  Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online  

The AMD RX 480 GPU will come with a minimum of 4GB of VRAM, with 8GB in the high end, giving this GPU not just enough memory for today's games but enough for the next few years, offering FreeSync support and full DisplayPort 1.3/1.4 compatibility.  

In terms of raw GPU power, this GPU will have around 5.5 TFLOPS of GPU performance, making this GPU perfect for budget VR gaming.  

This GPU offers efficiency gains from using the new 14nm processing node but also through key optimisation in AMD's new Polaris Architecture, making this GPU 2.8x more efficient than previous generation AMD hardware.  

 

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

 

With the price of $200 the RX 480 certainly will pack a lot of performance for your money, especially when compared to last generation hardware. 

 

You can join the discussion on these alleged AMD RX 480 benchmarks on the OC3D Forums

 

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09-06-2016, 17:51:05

NeverBackDown
Could also be the 1060?
Although if is indeed the 480, I think comparing to an AMD GPU is a better overall comparison since the synthetic benchmarks perform better on Nvidia. But in games despite being better they end up being equal. So comparing to say a Fury X would give you an idea of how it should perform better than a 980

Hopefully that makes sense.. Only slept for like 3 hoursQuote

09-06-2016, 18:19:41

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Could also be the 1060?
Although if is indeed the 480, I think comparing to an AMD GPU is a better overall comparison since the synthetic benchmarks perform better on Nvidia. But in games despite being better they end up being equal. So comparing to say a Fury X would give you an idea of how it should perform better than a 980

Hopefully that makes sense.. Only slept for like 3 hours
Shame 3DMARK 11 P score is CPU limited. makes comparing to other data weird.

It is using AMD drivers, just follow the source link. Isn't an Nvidia GPU.Quote

09-06-2016, 18:54:56

BigDaddyKong
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11315217

Ran my Nitro Fury on this with my 3770K @ 4.5Ghz. Only 320 points more on the GPU score.

Either that is a false leak, or this card does way better than what AMD has said.Quote

09-06-2016, 19:09:47

shambles1980
does the date seem right to ppl?

just ran a quick test.. my overclocked 780:
Graphics Score
14654
(i5 2500k "only running at 4ghz right now due to using the hd gfx for encoding)

which is 3400 or so less than the leaked bench mark..
which would make the 480 quite a lot faster than a 970. which im not sure it will be.. was expecting 780ti performance lvls from it (just a bit better than a 970) but that would be a LOT better than a 970.. Not entirely sure its a real bench, but hope it is. would really be a game changer of it is.Quote

09-06-2016, 19:38:29

Wraith
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Could also be the 1060?
Although if is indeed the 480, I think comparing to an AMD GPU is a better overall comparison since the synthetic benchmarks perform better on Nvidia. But in games despite being better they end up being equal. So comparing to say a Fury X would give you an idea of how it should perform better than a 980

Hopefully that makes sense.. Only slept for like 3 hours
A 1060?? I think not.

http://i.imgur.com/9rmCTMd.jpgQuote
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