0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 4, 2017 6:36 AM by kukusek

    rx560 memory clock state


      Quote from Anandtech:


      "AMD is adding a new mid-power memory clock state so that applications that require memory clocks faster than idle – primarily mixed-resolution multi-monitor and video decoding – no longer cause the memory to clock up to its most power-demanding speeds, keeping overall power consumption down." Anandtech later checked and it worked in Video playback using a 580 card.


      Does this somehow apply to the rest of the 500 series?

      I'm using 560 4gb sapphire pulse and was just curious.


      Thanks for any information