Radeon RX 570
Polaris 10 Enhanced and Elevated
Taking advantage of the benefits offered by the Polaris 10 architecture, AMD has made improvements to their Mid-Tier performer - the RX 470, and raised the performance and core clock efficiency of the GPU - refreshing the Polaris 10 GPU as the RX 570. These adjustments are presented by the means of the core clock speed and memory speed, only seeing a slight increase to the overall GPU board power - turning in improved performance for a greater gaming experience.
Available through the means of third-party solutions-only, AMD will not be producing reference GPUs. This gives way for a greater variety of cooling solutions and manufacturer overclocking implementations in order to take full advantage of the refined and greatly improved Polaris 10 GPU. As specifications see the RX 570 wield a 20% advantage on average over the RX 470’s core clock speeds and a 3% increase to the memory speeds, gamers can expect a more consistent gaming experience as well as maintaining higher framerates.
Fitted with 2048 graphics processing cores running at core clock speeds of 1244MHz to 1340MHz on average, the RX 570 features a 4GB and 8GB GDDR5 memory configuration clocked at 7000MHz. This is implemented on a 256-bit Bus allowing for 224 GB/s of memory bandwidth. Increasing the overall computing performance of the original GPU design to 5.2 TFLOPs - being more than adequate for 1080p and 1440p gaming.
RX 570 Average Benchmark Results:
Battlefield 1 – Ultra Quality – 1080p: 70-80fps
Gears of War 4 –High - Ultra Quality: 60-70fps
DOOM – Ultra Quality – 1440p: 60fps
Grand Theft Auto V – Very High Quality – 1080p: 70fps
RADEON RX 570 SPECIFICATIONS
Graphics Core Polaris 10
Process Node 14nm FinFET
Stream Processors 2048
Base Clock Speed 1244MHz
Boost Clock Speed 1344MHz
Memory Speed 7000MHz
Memory Type GDDR5
Memory Frame Buffer 4GB & 8GB
Memory Bandwidth 224GBps
Memory Interface Width 256-bit
Performance 5.3 TFLOPs
Display Outputs 3x Display Port 1.4, HDR Ready, 1x HDMI 2.0b