AMD graphics cards with a Polaris core used to be one of the most popular cards on the market. It was very popular not only among gamers, but also among miners. Although these systems have been in stores for a long time, after the premiere of the next generations of Radeon units, it seemed that only memories would remain. It turned out that nothing could be more wrong – images of the never-released Sapphire Radeon RX 570 chip with a Polaris core and 16 GB of GDDR5 memory appeared on the network. Everything looks a little unattractive, but the capabilities of the unit are impressive. Even today, this dual-processor chip will be very attractive to people who mine cryptocurrency.
The Sapphire Radeon RX 570 with 16GB VRAM achieves a hash rate of 59.69MHz/s. It must be admitted that this is a very good result – the Radeon RX 6600 XT, which we discussed recently, can be used as a reference, reaching 32 Mh / s with a power consumption of 55 W.
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Description The Sapphire Radeon RX 570 is a graphics card with two Polaris 20 XL (Ellesmere) GPUs – each offering 2,048 streaming processors and 8GB of memory with a TBP of 150W. -Z, but below we have confirmation that the Radeon RX 570 core is inside. The system consumes 156 W (78 W GPU1 + 78 W GPU2) in total, but it is possible that this result indicates only ASIC power. The card also contains two 8-pin power connectors and an HDMI connector.
The Sapphire Radeon RX 570 with 16 GB VRAM achieves a hash rate of 59.69 MHz / s, which may not be a great result today, but it must be admitted that it is not bad either – the recently discussed Radeon RX 6600 XT with 32 MHz / s with 55W power consumption. We don’t know if the described Radeon RX 570 will hit stores soon, or if it’s just an unreleased prototype for Sapphire. Either way, it can be a very exciting unit for miners. Indeed, at a good price, it will be an interesting option even for gamers – after all, the presence of an HDMI port means that the product does not have to be intended for only one group of recipients.
Source: VideoCardz, Zed__Wang
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