Apr 06, 2017 01:07 AM EDT
The AMD Radeon 500 series processor has named up its family line. The introduction comes along with RAM specs and prices.
The AMD Radeon 500 series finally showed up its much-awaited line-up of processors. Digital Trends reported the listings and naming convention of the 500 series graphics cards along with the RAM each of the cards has.
According to KitGuru, the AMD Radeon 500 series was speculated to feature new graphics cores that are based on Polaris. On the contrary, other reports claim that it is suspected to have the top-end graphics card that is based on the architecture of Vega 10 and Vega 11.
Asus noted of the three Nvidia's Pascal graphics processors (GPU) which belong to the AMD Radeon 500 series. The manufacturer listed the RX 550 that will come with two variants of RAM features of 2GB and 4GB capacity. Also, RX 570, and RX 580 GPU with come with 4GB and 8GB of memory.
Aside from Asus, Sapphire also revealed the three variants of the AMD Radeon 500 series. Additionally, Sapphire included the mini version of the RX 570 on its listing along with the Pulse and Nitro. MSI does not want to be the last on the update, so the company listed a pair of RX 570 and RX 580 on its AMD Radeon 500 series.
All of the cards in the listings of top manufacturers for the AMD Radeon 500 series have external ports such as DVI-D, DisplayPort connectors, and HDMI. Meanwhile, the RX 580 is an exemption for it have the dual HDMI for its outputs.
However, the prices are not indicated on each listing of the Asus, Sapphire, and MSI. But, there are some presumed prices for each of the GPUs included in the AMD Radeon 500 series along with the launch date. Prices expected for the RX 550 is approximate $105, RX 50 at $190 and $255, and the RX 580 at the price of $250 and $325.
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