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AMD lists their RX 490 GPU on their website

AMD lists their RX 490 GPU on their website

AMD lists their RX 490 GPU on their website

AMD lists their RX 490 GPU on their website

 

AMD has listed their RX 490 GPU on their website as part of a promotion for Total War Warhammer. This promotion lasts until December 31st 2016, suggesting that AMD's RX 490 GPU will launch sometime later this year. 

On this table, we can also see several other AMD 400 series GPUs though these are R7 series GPUs that sit under the RX 460 in terms of GPU performance. 

 

  AMD lists their RX 490 GPU on their website  

 

We know that AMD's Radeon Technologies Group has recently reached a new Vega 10 internal milestone but AMD's Raja Koduri, the head of the AMD RTG, has admitted that Vega still has a "Long way to go" before it reaches consumers.  

Right now our earliest estimates place Vega in the late-2016 timeframe, with this internal milestone likely being the production of AMD's first Vega 10 test silicon. 

At this time we do not know exactly what AMD's Vega GPU will be, but AMD's earlier roadmaps have stated that the new GPU will use HBM2 memory, likely making this GPU the high-end product that will replace their R9 Fury series of GPUs. 

At this time we do not know if AMD will be producing more than one chip with their Vega GPU architecture. With Polaris AMD had decided to make two chips, Polaris 10 for their RX 480 GPU and the smaller Polaris 11 GPU for lower end and mobile products. 

Right now we are still eagerly waiting to see how AMD's new Polaris lineup of GPUs will perform with RX 480 releasing on June 29th (later today), our review will be live then.

 

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29-06-2016, 05:17:37

Tolemac
noooooooooooooooo Mark don't do this to me "cries" I have just got the money for 2 480's "sob sob"Quote

29-06-2016, 06:10:19

AlienALX
I have no doubt it's coming and will counter the 1060. So don't expect it any time before the 1060.

I've known this for months. Months and months ago you may remember that some one uploaded a chart. It was yellow and black and depicted 3dmark scores. I think it was 3dm11.

Any way, at the bottom just above the 970 was a DEV_ID (you should know what one of these are, they're the model number for your GPU in device manager). Any way, yeah, one DEV_ID at the bottom. Then there was another DEV_ID between the Nano and the 980ti IIRC. Then at the top, leading the chart and above the 1080 you had a pair of the DEV_IDs from the bottom.

The two DEV_IDs IMO were the 480, then the 490, then a pair of the same dev at the bottom so two 480s.

Tole - I really can't warn you strongly enough. DO NOT TOUCH Crossfire or SLi, as Crossfire and SLi and the way they work are dead. Gone, never to be supported as they were before.

DX12 multi adapter is in one game and the scaling is nowhere near as good as Crossfire was. People are just not supporting AFR any more mate and you will sorely regret it I promise you.

Why do you think I got rid of both of my Fury X?Quote

29-06-2016, 06:12:21

WYP
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Originally Posted by Tolemac View Post
noooooooooooooooo Mark don't do this to me "cries" I have just got the money for 2 480's "sob sob"
I wouldn't expect this before october. That is my earliest guess for when this will launch.Quote

29-06-2016, 06:14:24

AlienALX

29-06-2016, 08:39:51

ricksavoie
DX12 multi adapter is in one game and the scaling is nowhere near as good as Crossfire was. People are just not supporting AFR any more mate and you will sorely regret it I promise you.

So, you don't think AMD itself will do the work to support high efficiency Crossfire, or are you saying it's just not really feasible with Direct X 12? Part of AMD's campaign is get 2ea 480's instead of a 1080. I guess you feel this will only be a good bet for current games but not future Direct X 12 titles. Then the question is, why does the Crossfire work so good on Ashes of The Singularity?Quote
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