AMD makes Radeon RX 560 official

Published: 4 months ago | Comments

AMD finally releases RX 560

We knew this card would arrive at some point. Polaris 11 was the only GPU in RX 400 series that was not available with all cores enabled, at least not as an official desktop gaming solution in all regions. Chinese board partners decided to give us a taste of full Polaris 11, but these cards were only available in some regions. Starting from today, fully-enabled Polaris 11 will be available as RX 560, everywhere.

The new card features 1024 Stream Processors, 64 Texture Units and 16 Raster Units. The Radeon RX 560 is equipped with 2GB GDDR5 memory across 128-bit interface. Board partners will also offer 4GB variants.

This card has higher clocks than RX 460, but also higher typical board power (TDB) of 80W.

The RX 560 will be cheaper than RX 460 at launch: suggested retail price is 99 USD.

AMD Radeon RX 500 Series
 VideoCardz.comRadeon RX 560Radeon RX 460Radeon RX 550
GPUPolaris 21Polaris 11Polaris 12
Stream Processors
 
1024
 
896
 
512
TMUs
 
64
 
48
 
32
ROPs
 
16
 
16
 
16
Base Clock
 
1175 MHz
 
1090 MHz
 
1100 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1275 MHz
 
1200 MHz
 
1183 MHz
Memory Clock
 
7000 MHz
 
7000 MHz
 
7000 MHz
Memory2GB / 4GB2GB / 4GB2GB / 4GB
Memory Bus128-bit128-bit128-bit
TDB
 
80 W
 
75 W
 
65 W
Memory TypeGDDR5GDDR5GDDR5
MSRP99 USD119 USD79 USD

Bear in mind RX 560 specs on Radeon website still have a typo next o Texture Units:


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