AMD Radeon RX 560 Graphics Card Price List

AMD designed the Radeon RX 560 around its Polaris 11 GPU (code-named Baffin). The card comes armed with exactly half the resources of Radeon RX 570, yet operates at slightly higher clock rates. RX 560 succeeds AMD's Radeon RX 460, which used the same GPU with two of its Compute Units disabled. Radeon RX 560 cards start in the $115 range for 2GB of GDDR5 and $130 for 4GB models. They compete directly with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050.

AMD Radeon RX 500-Series GPUs

GPU

AMD Radeon RX 580

AMD Radeon RX 570

AMD Radeon RX 560

AMD Radeon RX 550

Code-name

Ellesmere XT

Ellesmere

Baffin

Lexa

Shader Units

2304

2048

1024

512

Texture Units

144

128

64

32

ROPs

32

32

16

16

Transistor Count

5.7 Billion

5.7 Billion

3 Billion

2.2 Billion

Base Clock / Boost Clock

1257 MHz / 1340 MHz

1168 MHz / 1244 MHz

1175 MHz / 1275 MHz

1100 MHz / 1183 MHz

Memory

Up To 8GB GDDR5 @ 8Gb/s

256-bit

Up To 8GB GDDR5 @ 7Gb/s

256-bit

Up To 4GB GDDR5 @ 7Gb/s

128-bit

Up To 4GB GDDR5 @ 7Gb/s

128-bit

TDP

185W

150W

80W

50W

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Below is a list of all currently available RX 560 graphics cards, separated by brand:

Asus

Gigabyte

MSI

PowerColor

Sapphire

VisionTek

XFX

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  • mactato
    I have to say I'm an AMD fanBoi BUT, I LOVE my 1050ti.... I am always for the underdig (AMD) but the cryto mining thing is kicking their arse.
    Can't say enough about the 1050ti... you can even get some that don't even require a power connection from your PSU.... NEAT
  • Embra
    Asus ROG Strix Radeon RX 560 Gaming OC Edition 4GB GDDR5 is 149.99 on Newegg in stock. It also comes with a champions pack. I wish you would review the pricing more often. What ever software you are using is consistently in correct.
  • gjbaker003
    $230 for a card that competes with a GTX 1050? Why is the XFX card so much more expensive than the others? I feel incredibly fortunate that I bought my GTX 1060 SSC for $219.99 before the mining craze caused a $80+ premium.
  • DragonAsta
    price gouging, the makers wanting a higher price than the design actually is "worth" and with the ram shortage causing an increase in price to begin with really does not help, some folks mentioned mining as the biggest reason, it has an effect on it, yes, but very very few folks I know have even heard about mining let alone bother doing it.

    Myself I cannot justify spending $50+ over the MSRP of any product just because it has a $5 better cooler, XFX since the 7000 series seem to be among the worst offenders in this regard want well above the cost of the product and usually are the worst offenders when it comes to the coil whine, fan quality etc, a premium brand that is a premium product is one thing, but, something that is barely above OEM quality (at best) is so not worth extra.

    anyways, yes it is nigh on impossible to find these things lately anywhere close to price they should be considering how long they have now been out $40+ over MSRP (if you are lucky) miners should be buying Titan X pascal very $ but pays itself off rather quickly, leave the gaming cards to gamers ^.^