AMD's RX 560X Leaked in 3DMark, Acer's Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop, Explained by TUL

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Information of an upcoming AMD RX 500X collection sprung like wildfire yesterday, as customers and publications alike tried to quench a thirst for some extra GPU options from the crimson camp. Nevertheless, if latest leaked numbers and data from 3D Mark show right, it appears the RX 500X collection will doubtless carry some disappointments to those that had been hoping for a refined, Vega-imbued AMD Polaris redesign, or just push for higher clocks and power/efficiency ratios beneath a new manufacturing course of.Apparently, the new AMD RX 500X collection is bringing some additional efficiency to laptops through nothing greater than an OEM-exclusive rebadge. It isn't a new SKU or product for AMD's AIB companions to play with; it is an OEM-only product that appears to carry AMD's mobile options - such because the RX560M - as much as par with the corporate's desktop GPUs. So, a better performing RX 560M shall be referred to as the RX 560X (with a 73 MHz core clock enhance, thoughts you) in some mobile resolution. Lending credence to this report is that the product web page for Acer's personal Nitro 5 laptop computer, for instance, has already up to date its graphics card itemizing from an RX 560 to the RX 560X.

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Source : TechPowerUp

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