Sunnyvale has officially launched the AMD Radeon RX 560, a graphics card based on the complete Polaris 11 (14 nm) graphics core, a detail that is a major difference from the Radeon RX 460.
This new graphics solution adds 1,024 shaders, 64 units of texturing and 16 raster units. Its bus is 128 bits and is offered in versions with 2 GB and 4 GB of GDDR5 memory at 7 GHz, which translates into a total bandwidth of 96 GB/s.
Its GPU runs at 1,175 MHz-1,275 MHz in normal and turbo mode, respectively, although models are around 1,300 MHz. AMD Radeon RX 560 does not need a powerful power supply (400W is enough), but keep in mind that it uses an additional power connector 6 pins.
At a performance level, the Radeon RX 560 is a graphics card recommended especially for playing in 1080p resolutions, as it has enough power to offer a good experience with medium, high or even maximum qualities, depending on the requirements of each specific title.
The versions with custom designs of Sapphire can already be found for 115 euros the model of 2 GB of GDDR5 and 129 euros the version of 4 GB of GDDR5, figures that put the AMD Radeon RX 560 as one of the best solutions of value for money Its range.
Compared to the Radeon RX 460, AMD Radeon RX 560 offers 10% to 15% more performance in games, so it is better choice than that.