Radeon RX 560 is a graphics card from AMD, In terms of coloring, Radeon RX 560's shading ability is also good, because it has a stream processing unit number of 1024, and the stream processing unit is responsible for vertex shading and pixel shading, The number of 3.0 billion transistors gives it good performance while also bringing a lot of heat, The maximum power is 75 W (the higher the power, the greater the heat), The entire graphics card layout uses the GCN 4.0 architecture, 1271 MHz Boost frequency looks good and should be able to handle most games, It has a good single-precision floating-point computing power of 2.6 TFLOPS, In daily use, the GPU runs at around 1173 MHz, 123 mm² chip area has not changed much compared to the previous generation of graphics cards, Radeon RX 560 has only 4 GB GDDR5 video memory, but because of its good data processing speed, the actual working ability is still good, 14 nm's process technology means more transistors can be placed on a small chip, Speaking of the memory frequency, this graphics card is not very outstanding in this regard, only 1.7 Gbps, The graphics processor used by the GPU is Polaris 21, 128 bit bit of memory interface, allowing it to instantly through put data, The number of 3.0 billion transistors gives it good performance while also bringing a lot of heat, AMD has configured 64 texture unit numbers for it.The Radeon RX 560 is built on Polaris 21, codenamed Baffin Pro, based on the fourth-generation GCN architecture. The Polaris 21 GPU has 16 CUs and 1024 cores instead of 14 CUs and 896 cores in the RX 460 / Polaris 11. In addition, the number of transistors and the die size remain the same, so the number of transistors is 3 billion and the chip size is 232 square millimeters. It is equipped with an 80W TDP, 128-bit memory bus and 1090 MHz base, 1287 MHz enhancement.
|Radeon RX 570||Radeon RX 560||Radeon RX 550|
|Architecture||GCN 4.0||GCN 4.0||GCN 4.0|
|Transistor Count||5.7 billion||3.0 billion||2.2 billion|
|Process Tech||14 nm||14 nm||14 nm|
|Die Size||232 mm²||123 mm²||103 mm²|
|Next Gen Compute Units||32||16||8|
|Base GPU Clock||1170 MHz||1173 MHz||1100 MHz|
|Boost GPU Clock||1240 MHz||1271 MHz||1180 MHz|
|Memory Clock||1.7 Gbps||1.7 Gbps||1.75 Gbps|
|Peak SP Performance||5.0 TFLOPS||2.6 TFLOPS||1.2 TFLOPS|
|Memory Size||4 GB GDDR5||4 GB GDDR5||2 GB GDDR5|
|Memory Bus||256 bit||128 bit||128 bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||225.0 GB/s||113 GB/s||113 GB/s|
|TDP||120 W||75 W||50 W|
|Power Connectors||6 Pin||-||-|
|Peak Texture Fill-Rate||160 GT/s||82.3 GT/s||38.6 GT/s|
|Peak Pixel Fill-Rate||40.2 GP/s||22.1 GP/s||19.3 GP/s|
|GPU||Polaris 20||Polaris 21||Lexa|
The name of the driver type in the system is: , and the drive type GUID is: .
Many hardware names are usually named after the chip model, and each chip model has its own dedicated driver, so as long as you know the chip model used by the hardware, you can find the right driver. For example, if your graphics card is named: "AMD Radeon RX 580", while actually the core chip model used is: "Radeon RX 580", then enter "Radeon RX 580" or "RX 580" to find the driver.
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2. In the query results, find the driver file you need, and click the download button