Sapphire Adds Radeon RX 560 to PULSE Video Card Lineup
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
Sapphire first introduced the PULSE video card line last month when the RX 500 series debuted. Missing from that lineup is the Radeon RX 560 which only officially surfaced a few days ago. This delay appears to be a strategic move on AMD’s part in order to gauge what NVIDIA will offer for the $100-$120 price point. Now that the GT 1030 has been released aimed at the RX 550, AMD felt comfortable enough to finalise the specs and pricing for the RX 560. Obviously, it is time that Sapphire released their own take on the RX 560 as well.
Three RX 560 Pulse Video Card Options to Choose From
The Radeon RX 560 is available in either 2GB or 4GB GDDR5 memory configuration. Sapphire offers two 4GB variants and a single 2GB card. All three RX 560 PULSE video cards use the same PCB design and single-fan cooling system. All three also use a dual-slot height design with DVI-D, HDMI, and DisplayPort 1.4 output options in the rear. They also share the same starting reference base clock of 1175 MHz but the 4GB OC version boosts up to 1300MHz. The regular 2GB and 4GB variant only goes up to 1275MHz.
In terms of pricing, the Sapphire Radeon RX 560 2GB PULSE video card starts at only £99. While the RX 560 4GB PULSE OC version is priced at £117.