Real World Speed
Performance profile from 214,418 user samples
193,050 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 78% Sapphire(1DA2 E366)
Worst Bench: 55% Gigabyte(1458 22FC)
Poor: 55% Great: 78%
SPEED RANK: 47th / 613
21,368 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 126% XFX(1682 9C30) ≥ 4GB
Worst Bench: 73% PowerColor(148C 2388) ≥ 4GB
Poor: 73% Great: 126%
SPEED RANK: 22nd / 613
Effective 3D Speed
Effective 3D Gaming GPU Speed
70 % 110 % Much faster effective speed.
+57%
Parallax
Avg. Parallax occlusion mapping (Stones)
282 fps 473 fps Much better texture detail.
+68%
MRender
Avg. Render target array GShader (Sphere)
145 fps 181 fps Faster multi rendering.
+25%
Gravity
Avg. NBody particle system (Galaxy)
207 fps 319 fps Much faster NBody calculation.
+54%
Splatting
Avg. Force Splatted Flocking (Swarm)
130 fps 281 fps Hugely faster complex splatting.
+116%
Parallax
Parallax occlusion mapping (Stones)
325 fps 566 fps Much better peak texture detail.
+74%
MRender
Render target array GShader (Sphere)
155 fps 191 fps Faster peak multi rendering.
+23%
Gravity
NBody particle system (Galaxy)
231 fps 367 fps Much faster peak NBody calculation.
+59%
Splatting
Force Splatted Flocking (Swarm)
140 fps 303 fps Hugely faster peak complex splatting.
+116%
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
150 fps 157 fps +5%
Fortnite
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
93 fps 121 fps Much Better Fortnite fps.
+31%
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
68 fps 99 fps Much Better PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds fps.
+45%
Grand Theft Auto V
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
56 fps 85 fps Much Better Grand Theft Auto V fps.
+53%
League of Legends
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
153 fps 180 fps Better League of Legends fps.
+18%
Overwatch
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
100 fps 128 fps Better Overwatch fps.
+29%
Battlefield 1
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
72 fps 110 fps Much Better Battlefield 1 fps.
+52%
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
64 fps 87 fps Much Better The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt fps.
+37%
World of Warcraft
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
77 fps 81 fps +4%
World of Tanks
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
95 fps 123 fps Better World of Tanks fps.
+29%
Market Share
Based on 17,611,405 GPUs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
3.43 % Hugely higher market share.
+370%
0.73 %
Value
Value For Money
115 % 135 % Better value.
+18%
User Rating
UBM User Rating
135 % Much more popular.
+55%
87 %
Price
Price (score)
$175 Much cheaper.
+35%
$270
Age
Newest
26 Months 22 Months More recent.
+15%
Lighting
Locally-deformable PRT (Bat)
230 fps 349 fps Much better peak lighting effects.
+52%
Reflection
High dynamic range lighting (Teapot)
192 fps 240 fps Better peak reflection handling.
+25%
Lighting
Avg. Locally-deformable PRT (Bat)
195 fps 286 fps Much better lighting effects.
+47%
Reflection
Avg. High dynamic range lighting (Teapot)
179 fps 225 fps Better reflection handling.
+26%
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The RX 580 is released this week and is AMD’s latest flagship GPU based on second generation Polaris architecture. For all intents and purposes it is a refresh of the RX 480 released just 10 months prior. Modifications to the architecture have yielded improved performance per wattage and increased clock speeds of around 10% for base and around 5% for boost. The RX 580 will come with either 4GB or 8GB of high-bandwidth GDDR5 memory. Exact pricing for this mid-range chip remains to be seen, but the RX 500 series is likely to cannibalize sales of AMD’s 400 series. Performance wise, the RX 580 is in direct competition with NVIDIA’s popular GTX 1060 6GB which in now 9 months old. Perhaps after last year’s ill timed head to head release of the RX 480 and the faster but similarly priced GTX 1060 (a standoff which NVIDIA seem to have won based on market share), AMD are attempting to draw back some market share with the newer, slightly upgraded RX 580. The upcoming release of the 500 series comes ahead of AMD’s Vega architecture, for which specification and pricing details are not yet public but which will is expected to yield a significant jump in performance compared to Polaris. [Apr '17 GPUPro]

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The Radeon RX Vega 56 is the weakest member of AMD's Vega GPU family. The Vega architecture is built on 14 nm silicon and contains next-generation compute units (nCUs). Each NCU houses 64 steam processors, of which the Vega 56 has 3584 vs. 4096 in the Vega 64. The new architecture employs 8GB of second generation high-bandwidth memory (HBM2) which is able cope with more data, more quickly than previously. Although the Vega 56 has 12.5% less processing units, users have found that by flashing an RX 64 Bios into an RX 56 card allows a 10% increase in OC headroom which effectively brings a BIOS flashed RX 56 onto par with a stock RX 64 and just 12.5% slower than a fully overclocked RX 64. This would be great news if the RX 56 were available at its MSRP of $399 as it would then be both cheaper and faster than a GTX 1070, but current market prices for the RX Vega 56 are closer to $550. The GPU market is still unbalanced (AMD GPUs in particular) as a result of the ongoing Ethereum mining frenzy which has depleted global GPU inventory to the lowest levels in recent memory. [Oct '17 GPUPro]

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Graphics Card Rankings (Price vs Performance) June 2019 GPU Rankings.

We calculate effective 3D speed which estimates gaming performance for the top 12 games. Effective speed is adjusted by current prices to yield value for money. Our figures are checked against thousands of individual user ratings. The customizable table below combines these factors to bring you the definitive list of top GPUs. [GPUPro]

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