AMD has launched the Radeon RX 560 graphics card.
Key specifications of the reference RX 560 are as follows:
Max Compute Units: 16
Stream Processors: 1024
Texture Units: 64
Transistor Count: 3 billion
Base Frequency: 1,175 MHz
Boost Frequency: 1,275 MHz
Peak Pixel Fill-Rate: Up to 20.400GP/s
Peak Texture Fill-Rate: Up to 81.600GT/s
Max Performance: 2,600GFLOPs
Memory: 2GB or 4GB GDDR5 on 128-bit interface
Memory speed: effective 7Gbps for 112GB/s bandwidth
Compared to the previous generation RX 460 card, the RX 560 has two more CUs so there are 1024 streaming processors available. Clock speeds have been also boosted. Base/boost reference clocks of the AMD Radeon RX 460 were 1,090/1,200MHz. However, the additional enabled compute units and faster speeds have pushed up the required wattage a bit, from 75W to 80W.