AMD Radeon RX 480 Rumors, Part 4

Published: 22nd Jun 2016, 12:09 GMT

.. and we are back with RX 480 rumors.

AMD Polaris 10 pictured up close

Who could have leaked the PCB shot if not our Chinese friends? Their samples is from retail channel (Sapphire), so their NDA terms may be slightly different than AMD’s official guidelines. In case you’re wondering, no, they will not post any benchmarks till NDA lifts.

AMD Radeon RX 480 PCB Polaris 10 (10) AMD Radeon RX 480 PCB Polaris 10 (7)


VisionTek Radeon RX 480: Base Clock 1120 MHz, Boost Clock 1266 MHz

Thanks to Newegg, we probably just learned the final clock speed of RX 480. According to the product listing RX 480 has a base clock of 1120 MHz and boost clock 1266 MHz. AMD is not exactly known for advertising ‘base and boost’ clocks with their products, so we might need to wait few days for official confirmation.

VisionTek RX 480 (2) VisionTek RX 480 (1)VisionTek RX 480 (2) VisionTek RX 480 (1)


AMD RX 480 in Radeon Settings

Not really much to say, except the fact that current drivers are not very stable, hence many reviewers are still waiting for an update.

AMD RX 480 Radeon Settings


AMD Radeon RX 480 reviews on June 29th

AMD Rx 480 vs Fury X

There were some whispers that AMD may decide to allow reviewers to post their benchmarks sooner than June 29th, but apparently this is not true as both HardwareLuxx and NordicHardware confirm that their reviews will be posted on June 29th:

For the final tests also an appropriate driver is missing us – but in any case not expected before June 29 with the first values of us.

Radeon RX 480 will be launched on June 29th and while waiting for a detailed review here on NordicHardware you can find previous reports on the graphics card in the news below.

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