AMD RX 500s Powered by 14nm FinFET LPP Polaris 21, 20, and 12
Ashley Allen / 6 years ago
While AMD’s RX 500 Series graphics cards are expected for release next month, we still know very little about them. A new report from Benchlife, though, suggests that the new Radeon hardware will boast a revised process based on the next-gen Polaris architecture, built on 14nm FinFET LPP. The 14nm FinFET LPP process retains the same Polaris architecture of the RX 400 Series, which used a 14nm LPE process, but with improved efficiency.
If the report is to be believed, the new Radeon RX 580 will boast a Polaris 20 XTX GPU, which features a full 2304 cores, 144 TMUs, 6.17 TFLOPS, and 32 ROPs, and is clocked at 1340MHz boost, plus 8GB of GDDR5 RAM clocked at 8.0 GHz, and a 256-bit bus interface. The RX 570 will feature a Polaris 20 XL GPU with a cut-down 2048 cores, a clock of 1244MHz boost, and 5.10 TFLOPS of compute power. Meanwhile, Polaris 11 – rebranded as Polaris 21 using the new process – will be powering the RX 560, which is expected to have a similar clock of 1287MHz as the RX 460, plus 2.63 TFLOPS, 4GB of GDDR5 memory, and a 128-bit bus interface.
AMD’s Radeon RX 500 Series are expected for release in mid-April, prior to the eagerly-awaited launch of the Radeon RX Vega series graphics cards – the company’s successor to its high-end Fury series – during the late-second-quarter of 2017.