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Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online

Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online

Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online

Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online

 
Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online alongside the GPU's specifications, confirming that these GPUs will have higher clock speeds than their RX 400 series counterparts and offer modified power designs. 
 
Below we can see that these AMD reference designs will lack any DVI connections, though we can clearly see the pin-out on the PCB, which means that aftermarket models using AMD's reference PCB could include a DVI connection. We can also see that this GPU will also include the same cooler design as the RX 480-series reference designs. 

  

Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online  Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online

(RX 570 Engineering Sample - From VideoCardz)

 

Below we can see that the new RX 480 will come with an 8-pin PCIe power connection, allowing the GPU to consume more power for higher overclocks and reference clock speeds of over 1300MHz. 

 

 Radeon RX 580Radeon RX 480Radeon RX 570Radeon RX 470
GPUPolaris 10Polaris 10Polaris 10Polaris 10
Cores
 
 
2304
 
 
2304
 
 
2048
 
 
2048
TMUs
 
 
144
 
 
144
 
 
128
 
 
128
ROPs
 
 
32
 
 
32
 
 
32
 
 
32
FP32 Compute
 
 
6.17 TFLOPS
 
 
5.83 TFLOPS
 
 
5.10 TFLOPS
 
 
4.94 TFLOPS
Boost Clock
 
 
~1340 MHz
 
 
1266 MHz
 
 
~1244 MHz
 
 
1206 MHz
Memory Clock
 
 
8000 MHz
 
 
8000 MHz
 
 
7000 MHz
 
 
6600 MHz
Memory
 
 
up to 8 GB
 
 
up to 8 GB
 
 
up to 8 GB
 
 
up to 8 GB
Memory Bus
 
 
256-bit
 
 
256-bit
 
 
256-bit
 
 
256-bit
Bandwidth
 
 
256 GB/s
 
 
256 GB/s
 
 
224 GB/s
 
 
211 GB/s
Memory TypeGDDR5GDDR5GDDR5GDDR5
Power Connector1x 8-pin1x 6-pin1x 6-pin1x 6-pin


Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online

(RX 580 Engineering Sample - From VideoCardz)  
Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online  Images of AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 have appeared online
  

It looks like AMD will not be increasing the memory bandwidth of the RX 580 to better compete with the GTX 1060 9Gbps, though it must be remembered that the GTX 1060 does use a smaller memory bus size and will offer a lower total memory bandwidth than the RX 580 (216 Gbps vs 256Gbps).   

Right now it is expected that the RX 500 series will be released on April 18th.   

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's RX 570 and RX 580 on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

30-03-2017, 05:51:43

Agost
So it looks like no process improvement, not even a minor one...

Kinda disappointing, I was hoping for 1400 MHz stock clocks for the 580Quote

30-03-2017, 05:58:23

King of Old Old School
Pass they will run too hot for me and this still will not be an answer to Nvidia GPU's lolQuote

30-03-2017, 06:35:55

RobM
I don't get why they are releasing this when Vega is supposedly closeQuote

30-03-2017, 06:38:13

Agost
Quote:
Originally Posted by RobM View Post
I don't get why they are releasing this when Vega is supposedly close
Polaris refresh is for the lower end, while Vega is for the high endQuote

30-03-2017, 06:44:07

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by Agost View Post
So it looks like no process improvement, not even a minor one...

Kinda disappointing, I was hoping for 1400 MHz stock clocks for the 580
You need to remember that the clock speeds for the 580 are in overclocked 480 territory, we will need to see what aftermarket versions and overclockers can do.

The clocks of the 580 are the same as the highest aftermarket 480s available, so aftermarket variants could go higher. We won't know until reviewers and end-users overclock them.Quote
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