The RX 560 Arrives Today – Up to Twice the Frames of R7 360
AMD has officially released the little brother to their latest line of GPUs – the RX 560. The Polaris built chip aims to deliver smooth 1080p gaming on any device.
AMD put together a chart to show how much the new GPU can do.
It should be noted that manufacturer’s numbers aren’t always the best thing to go on, but there still should be a significant performance jump between the two cards.
You can check out more about the GPU here and check out the full specs below.
Compute Units: 16
Stream Processors: 1024
Clock Speeds (Boost / Base): 1275 MHz / 1175 MHz
Peak Performance (TFLOPS): Up to 2.6
Memory Speed (Effective): 7 Gbps or higher
Texture Units: 144
Peak Texture Fill-Rate: Up to 81.6 GT/s
Peak Pixel Fill-Rate: Up to 20.4 GP/s
Memory Bandwidth: 112 GB/s or higher
Memory Interface: 128 bit
Memory Type: GDDR5
Typical Board Power: 80W
GCN Architecture: 4th Generation
AMD FreeSync™ Technology 5: Yes
DirectX® 12 and Vulkan® Support: Yes
Virtual Super Resolution: Yes
HDMI™ Version: 2.0
DisplayPort Version 6: 1.4