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XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications

XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications

XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications

XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications

 

XFX's reference style RX 480 GPU has been pictured online alongside specifications for the GPU. These specifications have now been removed but they did list the stock clock core speeds at 1288MHz, which is quite high for an AMD GPU. 

This GPU from XFX will use the same reference style blower cooler as the reference AMD model that has been showcased by AMD's Lisa Su at the PC Gaming, with a full backplate and an AMD Fury X inspired aesthetic. 

 

        XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications  XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications

 

Below is a table detailing the known specifications of this GPU, 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 Frequency1288MHz1000MHz
Memory4GB or 8GB GDDR54GB GDDR5
Memory interface256MHz512bit
Memory Frequency (effective)8000MHz5000MHz
Performance >5TFLOPs5.6TFLOPS
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.  

  

XFX RX 480 pictured online with specifications

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Most Recent Comments

17-06-2016, 08:29:37

Kushiro
Soo looks like Polaris is also just Tonga tweaked and making use of the shrink. Cant say its all that surprising.Quote

17-06-2016, 08:42:18

BigDaddyKong
I'm surprised no one mentions the removal of the DVI ports. Love the replaceable cover like the Fury X. With reports of much higher overclocks, this is not surprising.Quote

17-06-2016, 08:49:16

Kushiro
Meh, DVI has long since gone outdated. Can always just use an adapter if need be.Quote

17-06-2016, 08:57:00

Sliceoflife
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kong View Post
I'm surprised no one mentions the removal of the DVI ports. Love the replaceable cover like the Fury X. With reports of much higher overclocks, this is not surprising.
what is to be surprised? DVI is something from the past... display ports all the way...Quote

17-06-2016, 10:13:41

RickPlaysWarr
Interesting, and because of the port layout, it might be possible to turn this into a single card solution like the Fury X with a proper water-block. I want to see a review and then decide if 2x480 is worth it for me.

--Rick--Quote
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