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Rumored AMD Polaris Benchmarks have appeared online

Rumored AMD Polaris Benchmarks have appeared online

Rumored AMD Polaris Benchmarks have appeared online

Rumored AMD Polaris Benchmarks have appeared online

 

Rumored AMD Polaris Benchmarks have appeared online, hinting that the Polaris 10 based R9 480X will have performance that is similar to AMD's R9 Fury GPU. This information comes from Videocardz and at this time cannot be verified. 

The results shown in the table below have been shown to vary greatly and are likely to be using some very early GPU drivers and early underclocked silicon, so these results should not be considered final. Below is a table showing the results that have been found and a table containing the most plausible results. 

This data does match previous rumors that the AMD R9 480 would deliver performance that is similar to the R9 390, making this GPU a mid/high-end GPU that will be targeting a high price-to-performance ratio.  

  Rumored AMD Polaris Benchmarks have appeared online  

It is expected that AMD will be revealing more information regarding their Polaris Architecture over the next few weeks, with the company stating that they will be delivering some details on their Polaris Architecture on a live stream on June 1st. 

 

You can join the discussion on rumored benchmarks of AMD's Polaris 10 GPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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24-05-2016, 04:49:53

SeekaX
The 1070 is supposed to be on Titan X level right? I still had some hope that AMD might surprise and get the same type of performance out of Polaris 10. This will probably leave me in an awkward place between not being satisfied with the performance AMD offers and not willing to pay 500€ for what nvidia is offering.Quote

24-05-2016, 05:50:14

Tolemac
remember this is rumoured and not "gospel" Quote

24-05-2016, 05:51:16

Aussiejuggalo
Not bad but far less than I had hoped for, would of been nice if it at the very least came under the 980 Ti .

Lets hope Zen & Vega are better. Come on AMD we need some competition in the market again.Quote

24-05-2016, 07:13:06

Fetchez La Vache
Quote:
Not bad but far less than I had hoped for, would of been nice if it at the very least came under the 980 Ti .

Lets hope Zen & Vega are better. Come on AMD we need some competition in the market again.
You're dissapointed that a card probably going to cost around £200-250 (current 380X price plus a bit more because reasons) gets similar performance to one currently costing around £450-475(Fury)?Quote

24-05-2016, 07:27:02

Agost
I'm actually hoping for the 480X to be a full 2560 SP chip with 980Ti+ performance and good OC potential

AFAIK the C7 is a 2304 SP cutdown chipQuote
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