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    AMD quietly adds the RX 560 to its Radeon graphics card range

    Boasting 16 CUs / 1024 SPs, providing up to 2.6 TFLOPS performance for $99 or under (2GB).
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    Re: AMD quietly adds the RX 560 to its Radeon graphics card range

    With the extra CUs and a little more speed, this may be worthy of the generational name change unlike the other parts so far.

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    Re: AMD quietly adds the RX 560 to its Radeon graphics card range

    So if someone changed their RX460 BIOS from an 896 SP version to a 1024 SP version, could they soon uprate *that* into an RX560 BIOS, as has been done with the RX480s? What a journey.

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    Re: AMD quietly adds the RX 560 to its Radeon graphics card range

    why tf you show graphs with the r7 360 and not the rx 460? we already know the r7 360 is rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish, I just need to know if the 560 is too

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    Re: AMD quietly adds the RX 560 to its Radeon graphics card range

    Quote Originally Posted by kiddo View Post
    why tf you show graphs with the r7 360 and not the rx 460? we already know the r7 360 is rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbish, I just need to know if the 560 is too
    Because it's a slide from AMD's marketing materials and they decided to compare the card against an R7 360 and not an RX 460?

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    Re: AMD quietly adds the RX 560 to its Radeon graphics card range

    Just nail it down as it is, does it run what it is supposed to do.. not everyone is crazy enough to buy the 'highend' stuff... though am one of the suckers myself that do so when upgrading a part or two... but if it just need to run a 1080p monitor or whichever why bother going nuts.

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