New leaks of the AMD Radeon RX 480 came to us from China, leaks that brought new pictures of the graphic card (little novelty here), but what’s the most interesting thing is its benchmark with 3DMark Fire Strike software.

Radeon RX 480 3DMark Fire Strike Score and Pictures


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First of all, the graphics card was not tested with optimized drivers, because of the installed version was Radeon 16.5.2 Crimson. So this driver was not yet able to recognize the speed of silicon or memory that integrate in graphics card, but all this did not prevent it in reaching a score of 5,564 points in benchmarking software 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme (better score if we compare it with a reference variant of GeForce GTX 980), while in 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra it gives 2,708 points, a score that leads to the GeForce GTX 970. AMD Radeon RX 480 will be released on June 29 so we should expect more performance with polished optimized drivers.



The best of all is that at full load the temperature of Radeon RX 480 was under 62.7 ° C, without doubt an impressive temperature if we consider it that tested GPU was equipped with a reference simple cooling solution, which shows the efficiency of its manufacturing process to 14nm FinFET.

Radeon RX 480 Temperatre

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