AMD unveils Radeon RX 470 and RX 460 at E3 game show

Jun

14

2016

AMD CEO Lisa Su has unveiled at the PC Gaming Show at E3 two new Radeon video cards: the RX 470 and RX 460. They also showed the RX 480 and they suggested that these three video cards known the full Polaris lineup is made.

The shown video cards are positioned below the RX 480, which will appear on June 29 and will be available for a starting price of $ 199. The RX 470 is according to Lisa Su able to play games in 1080p resolution at 60fps and the RX 460 is a budget card that must speak to esportgamers. Probably taking particular refers to Moba, which require relatively little graphics power.

Before the CEO showed the cards, she said that it is the entire Polaris lineup. In addition to the RX 480 and the two new cards are no other GPUs displayed. From this it can be seen that there is no quicker Polaris graphics. For a possible RX 490 should probably wait for the arrival of the Vega-architecture, which at the end of 2016 or early 2017 planning condition.

AMD has not announced details of the new maps, unlike the budget cards like the RX 480 a Polaris GPU. It is clear that the RX 460 uses less than 75 watts and no power connector will use. The TDP of the RX 480 is 150 watts; the consumption of the RX 470 will lie in between these two values.

Lisa Su, AMD lineup Lisa Su shows AMD Radeon RX 470 and RX 460

On June 1, introduced AMD’s first Polaris video card: the RX 480. Even that map the company made ​​not all details are known. From June 29 to buy the video card and then will appear reviews. When the RX 470 and 460 in the shops and at what price has not been disclosed yet.

Furthermore Lisa Su showed by Razer made reference design of a backpack PC for VR purposes, containing an RX 480. Also addressed the CEO about the upcoming Zen CPUs, which have eight cores and 16 threads, and will find their way to gaming PCs, but new details were given about it.

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