New AMD Radeon RX 480 3DMark Benchmarks

Published: Jun 14th 2016, 09:34 GMT

Today we share the first Fire Strike scores of Radeon RX 480. 

AMD Radeon RX 480 3DMark Fire Strike

We are assuming that these are stock results (but bear in mind that it is PC Partner sample, which might be slightly factory-overclocked). We are working on obtaining overclocking scores, but it may take a while. Of course these are 100% legit scores, unlike some strange charts you saw on Chinese forums. Anyway, this puts RX 480 in between R9 390X and GTX 980. There are no Fire Strike Performance Preset scores yet (which could alter overall % figures a bit).

AMD Radeon RX 480 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra AMD Radeon RX 480 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme

AMD Radeon RX 480 3DMark Fire Strike 2

Bonus content: Radeon RX 470 vs RX 480 (+CrossFire)

Here are some new RX 480 benchmarks, and for the first time ever we are also including RX 470.

What I can tell you about RX 480 scores is that the lowest score we have seen so far is around 15520 points. The highest score we have seen is 18060, and it was posted in our previous story as ‘best-case scenario’. The average score is 16823.

Meanwhile RX 470, which I assume is codenamed 67DF:C4 has the lowest score of ~13100. The highest reported score is 16164. Based on our data, the average score of RX 470 is 13368.

As for CrossFire, either RX 470 has great scaling, or those results were performed with factory-overclocked sample.

AMD Radeon RX 470 vs RX 480 3DMark Performance AMD Radeon RX 470 CF vs RX 480 CF 3DMark Performance

Lastly, here’s the highest RX 480 score we have seen so far in CrossFire. In this particular example, RX 480 CF has higher score than stock GTX 1080, 30611 Graphics Score.

AMD Radeon RX 480 CF 3DMark 11

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