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AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB Review – Polaris Is Here

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Radeon RX 480 1080p Benchmark Results

All games were configured at Ultra or Very High graphics settings and V-sync disabled. The results below were taken using Fraps, and I have included the maximum, average and minimum frames. However, the average and minimum frames per second are the more important values.

AMD Radeon RX 480 Battlefield 4 1080p Benchmark

AMD Radeon RX 480 Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 1080p Benchmark

AMD Radeon RX 480 Crysis 3 1080p Benchmark

AMD Radeon RX 480 Dragon Age Inquisition 1080p Benchmark

AMD Radeon RX 480 Shadow of Mordor 1080p Benchmark

AMD Radeon RX 480 Witcher III 1080p Benchmark

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  • Jamjosef

    Why didn’t you OC the memory when you OC’d the Card?

    Memory Oc is probably even more important that Core OC on this card

    • I did try to OC the memory. Unfortunately, I can’t make the card stable enough to finish the entire benchmark suite with its memory OCed. Some reviewers where able to OC the memory of their RX 480, probably mine was an isolated case. I am hoping to get a non-reference RX 480. Then we can compare them side by side.

      • Jamjosef

        Did you raise the power limit and Have the VRAM voltage at 1V?
        Also, you could undervolt the Core a bit to acheive better clocks and thermals

  • I’ve got higher scores within Heaven at 1080p Ultra https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/60d821e79e9b2cd767ae2b2e8240687d8a8d10d7d0998a941e9270b985ea775f.png with my Red Devil and A10-7870K APU (OC to 4.2GHz) Memory OC to 2400. I know it’s not fair to compare the reference card with an Aftermarket solution, but I have an APU for CPU, which it’s supposed to be a bottleneck right?