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AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti

AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti

AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti

AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti

 
 
AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti, offering around 10% less performance than an RX 470. 
 
When AMD released their RX 460 and RX 470 GPUs, there was a huge performance gap between these two GPUs, with the RX 460 containing less than half the compute units of the RX 470. Now it seems that AMD will be creating a new Polaris SKU between the RX 460 and RX 470 in order to address this gap in the market, effectively releasing a cut-down model of the RX 470 for a reduced price. 
 
At this time we do not know what AMD will be calling this GPU, though the names RX 465 or the RX 470 SE have been suggested by other websites. Some leaked benchmarks have been leaked by Chiphell, showing that this new GPU will have around 10% less performance than the RX 470, which should make this GPU more powerful than the GTX 1050Ti. 

  

AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti  

Right now the specifications of this new GPU are unknown, though it will have a 256-bit memory bus, have 4GB of memory and will likely have around 22-26 Polaris Compute Units (CUs). This new GPU will likely have a TDP of under 120w, though it will not be as low as the Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 75W TDP. 

 

 AMD RX 460AMD RX 470AMD RX 480 4GBAMD RX 480 8GB
GPU AtchitecturePolaris 11Polaris 10Polaris 10Polaris 10
CUs14323636
TFLOPS2.0TFLOPS3.8 TFLOPS5.2 TFLOPS5.2TFLOPS
GPU core clock speed1090MHz926MHz1120MHz1120MHz
GPU Boost Clock Speed1200MHz1206MHz1266MHz1266MHz
GPU Stream Processors896204823042304
Memory Cappacity2GB4GB4GB8GB
Memory Bus Size128-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit
Memory Speed7000MHz6600MHz7000MHz8000MHz
Memory bandwidth112GB/s211GB/s224GB/s256GB/s
BackplateNoNoNoNo
TDP<75W120W150W150W
Power connectionsNone1x 6-pin1x 6-pin1x 6-pin

 

 


AMD is preparing an RX 465/470SE to compete with Nvidia's GTX 1050 Ti  

 

With Oculus reducing the PC system requirements for VR this RX 465/470 SE could become the new minimum GPU for VR using the Oculus Rift, reducing the price of a new VR ready PC once again.  

At this time AMD has not officially announced any new GPU SKUs, though this huge gap between the RX 460 and RX 470 needs to be addressed, especially given the imminent launch of the GTX 1050Ti.  

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's rumoured RX 465/470 SE on the OC3D Forums

 

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21-10-2016, 06:16:46

AlienALX
The 470 was too expensive and too close to the 480 to make it worthwhile. I can see why they did it too, it's an Nvidia tactic. Make one card suck and the other seem cheap, railroad....

This one though? ooo I tell you what I wouldn't want to be AMD. 1050ti £139 lmao this card is going to be critical.Quote

21-10-2016, 13:08:36

NeverBackDown
Even if they didn't release it, 470 barely costs more and is much faster.Quote

21-10-2016, 13:34:19

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Even if they didn't release it, 470 barely costs more and is much faster.
"Barely?"

The 470 starts at £180 in the UK. That's £40 more, a massive difference if you are on a budget. And that's the loud hot AMD stock card.Quote

21-10-2016, 15:10:07

NeverBackDown
Yes barely. I'm talking US.Quote

21-10-2016, 19:03:56

AlienALX
https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2016/1...0-and-1050-ti/

$139.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...CE&PageSize=96

Cheapest card $189. So that's a $50 disparity, hardly "barely" is it? it's like 25-30% more.Quote
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