Based on 14nm FinFET Polaris architecture ; AMD announced two additional GPUs, the Radeon RX 470 and Radeon RX 460 which is an addition to the RX 480.
The RX 480 was what AMD claims should deliver ‘premium’ VR experience on both HTC Vive and Oculus Rift for a price amount of 199 USD and for more read here.

These cards , the 480,470 and the 460 will be available for sale on June 29th .Compared to RX 480, AMD  claims RX 470 to be a HD ready card meaning 60 FPS at 1080p where as RX 460 is to deliver good amount of performance as well.

Raja Koduri being the Senior Vice President   and Chief Architect said:

“Gamers and consumers today are being left behind. Today only the top 16 percent of PC users can afford GPUs that deliver premium VR and gaming experiences. Hundreds of millions of gamers have been relegated to using outdated technology. Notebook gamers are often forced to compromise. And tens of millions more can only read about incredible PC VR experiences that they can’t enjoy for themselves. That all changes with the Radeon RX Series, placing compelling and advanced high-end gaming and VR technologies within reach of everyone.”

These cards will be available and supplied according to users’ needs and budgets from a price point of  99 USD to 299 USD.As we have pre-assumed the RX 490 to be a 299 USD card.

For more info,stay tuned.


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