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AMD Radeon Rx 470 Mobile

AMD Radeon Rx 470 Mobile

Radeon RX 470 Mobile is a Mobile Graphics Chip From AMD,

AMD Radeon Rx 470 Mobile, Released on August 4, 2016. Based on the 14nm process and based on the Ellesmere graphics processor, in its Ellesmere PRO variant, the chip supports DirectX 12. This ensures that all modern games run on the Radeon RX 470 Mobile. The Ellesmere graphics processor is a mid-sized chip with a die area of ​​232mm² and 5.7 billion transistors.

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Unlike the Fully Unlocked Radeon RX 480,

Which uses the same GPU but has all 2304 shaders enabled. AMD has disabled some shader units in the Radeon RX 470 Mobile to reach the target product, shader count. It features 2048 shader units, 128 texture mapping units, and 32 ROPs. AMD has paired 8 GB of GDDR5 memory with the Radeon RX 470 Mobile, which remains connected via a 256-bit memory interface.

The GPU Runs at a Frequency of 926 MHz

Which can remain increased up to 1074 MHz. The reminiscence runs at 1750 MHz (7 Gbps effective). Being an MXM module card,

AMD Radeon RX 470 Mobile does not require any additional power connector. Its power consumption is 85W maximum. This device does not show connectivity as it remains not designed to have monitors attached to it. Instead, it is intended for use on laptops/notebooks and will use the output of the host mobile device.

What is The AMD Radeon RX 470?

The AMD Radeon RX 470 is a bit awkward in the AMD range. As you’ll see from our benchmarks, it’s an excellent Full HD GPU, but pricing oddities mean it’s in a price range that’s just 5% lower than the more full 4GB RX 480.

Apart From Economics,

Which could change in the coming months. AMD has produced a very competent card for Full HD gaming with the latest AAA titles with a low power consumption of only 120W. In addition, the compact versions of this card will be excellent for microATX and mini-ITX PCs, as they produce very little heat and noise and work well on tight power budgets.

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It isn’t producing its own version of the RX 470, so reviewers have been sent various third-party cards from AMD’s partners. Ours is a Power Color Red Devil model, currently priced at £200.

AMD Radeon RX 470: Specifications and Technology

The Radeon RX 470 uses the same chip as the RX 480, called Polaris 10. In addition, the RX 470 uses ‘bundled’ Polaris 10 chips, a common practice in microelectronics. These bundled chips fell short of the quality of the RX 480 units but are still good enough to match the specs of the less powerful RX 470.

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You get a much-advanced yield of usable Polaris 10 chips, and you get to sell them in two different products.

The difference between the two remains not huge. The RX 480 has 36 compute units. While the 470 has 32. Clock speeds have also dropped slightly, with a base clock speed of 926 MHz, down from the RX 480s 1120 MHz. Our Power Color model comes overclocked previously with a boost clock speed of 1270 MHz.

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