AMD and Intel announced the next generation of the AMD Radeon GPU, and while the GPU is still relatively small, it’s now faster than competing mining chips, according to a new report.
The report comes from AMD’s own research and a recent study that examined the GPU’s speed compared to other mining chips.
According to the research, the Radeon RX 470 GPU was about 25 percent faster than a standard mining chip, and was 30 percent faster on average.
While it’s unclear how much faster the RX 470 is, the research found the RX 480 GPU is about 20 percent faster and that it was 20 percent slower on average than a mining chip.
The research also showed that the RX 400 graphics card is about 12 percent faster in mining compared to the standard Radeon RX 480.AMD has been touting the fact that its Radeon RX 400 series graphics cards are much faster than the mining chips they replace.
The company also has been working on a new GPU called Vega that will feature more advanced compute capabilities.
The new AMD Radeon graphics cards feature a 10-fold increase in compute performance, according the research.
AMD says the new GPUs are designed to power the next-generation of gaming and entertainment experiences, and that they will be more power efficient than competing graphics cards.
In a statement to The Verge, AMD said it “is continuing to expand the capabilities of its Radeon™ Graphics to deliver more power efficiency, lower power consumption, and increased performance for gamers and developers alike.”
We will provide more details in the coming months, but AMD says it’s focused on the new Vega GPU that will have higher GPU power efficiency and lower power costs.