Wednesday, June 1, 2016

AMD Introduces Radeon RX480 GPU with Sufficent Virtual Reality (VR) Support

AMD introduces a new line of Radeon GPU at Computex 2016 to continue the never-ending rivalry for graphic cards with NVidia. Radeon RX480 has a new architecture with either 4GB or 6GB of dedicated memory. The company is giving opportunities to virtual reality (VR) manufacturers due to sufficient support by their new line of product.

According to reports straight from Computex 2016 in Taipei, AMD Radeon RX480 employs DisplayPort 1.3 and 1.4 for optimum connectivity support. Its promising performance during a live demonstration may reach the massive PC players few months from now. In terms of price, it is cheaper compared to the recently announced NVidia GTX1080.

Furthermore, AMD Radeon RX480 is engineered to work in most upcoming VR headsets. For gaming PC rig hobbyist, you may start to keep an eye on this powerful graphic card that will hit the global market for about $300 to $600 price. And the appearances of this talk of the town graphic card will be followed by compatible and fully supported motherboards (main board).



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