You guys gave me no choice, so here are the benchmarks of Polaris 10.
Please note: codenames aka ‘Driver Names’ were shown before Futuremark removed this line from result page. Results vary by 20% while 3DMark shows the same clock, so lower scores were either run with older, unsupported drivers, or higher scores simply show overclocked scores. You are the judge here. I didn’t want to post this because I simply could not confirm which results are showing stock performance.
In the following table I gathered the most plausible results. Chart shows the best possible scenario based on those results.
|AMD Polaris 10 Benchmarks|
|Link||Memory||Core Clock||Memory Clock||Score|
|AMD Polaris 67DF:C4 — Radeon R9 480?|
|http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11167781||8GB||1266 MHz||1925 MHz||13160|
|http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11167887||8GB||1266 MHz||1925 MHz||16164|
|AMD Polaris 67DF:C7 — Radeon R9 480X?|
|http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11257751||8GB||1266 MHz||2000 MHz||15524|
|http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11263084||8GB||1266 MHz||2000 MHz||18060|
|AMD Polaris 67DF:C7 — Radeon R9 480X CROSSFIRE?|
|http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11263252||8GB||1266 MHz||2000 MHz||25803|