Radeon RX 560 vs GeForce GTX 1050

Radeon RX 560
Memory: 4096Mb GDDR5 DESKTOP
Release date: 1 Apr 2017
Radeon RX 560
GeForce GTX 1050
Memory: 2048Mb GDDR5 DESKTOP
Release date: 25 Oct 2016
GeForce GTX 1050

Summary

Reasons to consider Radeon RX 560

Supports Direct3D 12 Async Compute.
Supports FreeSync.
Supports ReLive (allows game streaming/recording with minimum performance penalty).
Supports TrueAudio.

Reasons to consider GeForce GTX 1050

Higher theoretical gaming performance, based on specifications.
Supports PhysX.
Supports G-Sync.
Supports ShadowPlay (allows game streaming/recording with minimum performance penalty).
Supports Direct3D 12 Async Compute.

GeForce GTX 1050

HWBench recommends GeForce GTX 1050

Based on game and synthetic benchmarks, and theoretical specifications.

Specifications

Core Configuration

Radeon RX 560 GeForce GTX 1050
GPU Name Baffin (Baffin XT) vs GP107 (GP107-300-A1)
Fab Process 14 nm vs 14 nm
Die Size 123 mm² vs 132 mm²
Transistors 3,000 million vs 3,300 million
Shaders 1024 vs 640
Compute Units 16 vs 5
Core clock 1090 MHz vs 1354 MHz
ROPs 16 vs 32
TMUs 64 vs 40

Memory Configuration

Radeon RX 560 GeForce GTX 1050
Memory Type GDDR5 vs GDDR5
Bus Width 128 bit vs 128 bit
Memory Speed 1750 MHz
7000 MHz effective
vs 1752 MHz
7008 MHz effective
Memory Size 4096 Mb vs 2048 Mb

Additional details

Radeon RX 560 GeForce GTX 1050
TDP 75 watts vs 75 watts
Release Date 1 Apr 2017 vs 25 Oct 2016

Raw Performance comparison

Pixel Rate

  • Radeon RX 560
    19.20 GP/s
  • GeForce GTX 1050
    43.30 GP/s

GigaPixels - higher is better

Texel Rate

  • Radeon RX 560
    76.80 GT/s
  • GeForce GTX 1050
    54.20 GT/s

GigaTexels - higher is better

Memory bandwidth

  • Radeon RX 560
    112.00 GB/s
  • GeForce GTX 1050
    112.10 GB/s

GB/s - higher is better

Single precision performance

  • Radeon RX 560
    2457.60 GFLOPs
  • GeForce GTX 1050
    1733.10 GFLOPs

GFLOPs - higher is better