RX Polaris GPU shows up in 3DMark database

Polaris is back with RX 590?

During the last week we have heard several rumors about an upcoming AMD Polaris graphics card. According to various sources, we might expect to see the RX 600 series somewhere during next month. Meanwhile we have some more information about a new Radeon in the pipeline, the RX 590.

The result shows that the cards has been tested on 3DMark TimeSpy suite. At the moment there are several scores in the 3DMark database with different clock speeds. The frequencies, which are visible in the different 3DMark results are peak clocks. However, according to what we know so far, the RX 590 should sport a GPU frequency of 1545MHz and a memory clock of 2000MHz. The RX 590 is expected to be about 15 per cent faster than existing Radeon RX 580 graphics cards.

According to latest rumors, the upcoming RX 590 should be based on 12nm FinFet manufacturing process. The die-shrink from 14nm to 12nm could allow higher operating clocks and lower power consumption in comparison to current Radeon RX 500 series counterparts. At the moment this are early results and we will know more during next weeks.

Source: Videocardz

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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