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AMD RX 480 Specifications Leak on Newegg listing

AMD RX 480 Specifications Leak on Newegg listing

AMD RX 480 Specifications Leak on Newegg listing

AMD RX 480 Specifications Leak on Newegg listing

 

The specifications of AMD's RX 480 Specifications have Leaked on Newegg listings, revealing that the new AMD GPU will have base/boost GPU clocks. This makes AMD's RX 480 GPUs much more similar to Nvidia GPUs in terms of clock speed variance during gameplay. 

This listing on Newegg has now been taken offline, but thankfully the people over at PCPER has managed to grab a screenshot while the listing was still online. 

The VisionTek RX 480 GPU is not listed as a factory overclocked model, so it is expected that this GPU features AMD's reference clock speeds, with the GPU having a 1120MHz base clock and a 1266MHz boost clock.  

At this time, it is unknown how this new base/boost clock speed model will affect this GPUs performance and overclocking ability.  

 

AMD RX 480 Specifications Leak on Newegg listing  

(Image Credit: PCPER)

 

Below is a table detailing the known specifications of this GPU (from PCPER), comparing them to AMD's R9 290X GPU, which is a GPU that should offer similar gaming performance if recent rumors are correct.

 

 RX 480R9 290X
GPUPolaris 10Hawaii XT
GCN GPU Cores23042816
Render Output Units-64
Texture mapping Units-176
GPU Frequency (Base)1120MHz-
GPU Frequency (Boost)1266MHz1000MHz
Memory4GB or 8GB GDDR54GB GDDR5
Memory interface256-bit512-bit
Memory Frequency (effective)8000MHz5000MHz
TFLOPS at base clock5.16TFLOPs-
TFLOPS at boost clocks5.83TFLOPs5.6TFLOPs
TDP150W290W
Launch Price$199$549

 

Right now AMD has not revealed the exact specifications of this new GPU, or how the new changes in AMD's Polaris architecture will affect the GPUs gaming performance.

Hopefully more information will be revealed soon regarding the architectural and performance improvements in their new Polaris architecture.  

  

You can join the discussion on AMD's RX 480 specifications on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-06-2016, 05:23:29

SuB
Wonder if the next one will be a 580, then a 680, then a 780 then they liberate the Titan name for themselves too.. hmm.Quote

22-06-2016, 05:25:51

Tolemac
To be fair AMD could be on to a winner for the mid-range market if these specs are true Quote

22-06-2016, 07:47:58

barnsley
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
Wonder if the next one will be a 580, then a 680, then a 780 then they liberate the Titan name for themselves too.. hmm.
It'll be called the Tytan Quote

22-06-2016, 09:14:04

shernjr
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
It'll be called the Tytan
what about Titania ? Titania X. lol Quote

22-06-2016, 10:54:37

Kushiro
Really hope these can OC well.Quote
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