If you’re planning on getting a Radeon RX 560 graphics card, you may need to be extra careful as the graphics card is currently reported to have two models (SKUs).
The first model was announced by AMD in April 2017 which has 16 compute units and 1024 stream processors. While the new model appears to have 14 compute units and 896 stream processors.
The second model graphics card has actually been reported several times present in various regions of Asia under the name Radeon RX 560D. But recently according to PC GAMER, the standard RX 560 graphics card also trimmed its specifications following the RX 560D. Trimming the specification will certainly have a direct effect on performance.
AMD Radeon site does show that the RX 560 has two SKUs, but both are not distinguished by name. On the RX 560 specification page, this graphics card written has a variant with 16 compute units and 14 compute units. The number of stream processors also appear to have two types.
So far there is no easy way to distinguish which RX 560 graphics card that uses 16 compute units and which has 14 compute units. The only way to distinguish it is to pay attention to the detail of the specifications presented.
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