Asrock’s first GPU: Phantom Gaming | The Friday Geek

Asrock’s first venture in the GPU market segment is officially underway and we will witness four of its GPU models. Asrock targets mainstream user introducing their GPU in every budget segment.

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The four GPU from Asrock’s Phantom Gaming consists of the following models:

Phantom Gaming Radeon RX 550 2GB

  • Stream Processors at 512, Texture Units at 32 and ROPs at 16
  • GPU Clocks are at 1056 Mhz (silent), 1100Mhz (Base) and 1144 Mhz (OC)
  • Memory Clocks are at 5760 MT/s (Silent), 6000 MT/s (Base) and 6240 MTs (OC)
  • Memory Capacity is at 2GB with Memory Bus of 128-bit
  • Outputs are DVI-D DL, DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0

Phantom Gaming Radeon RX 560 2GB

  • Stream Processors at 896, Texture Units at 56 and ROPs at 16
  • GPU Clocks are at 1103 Mhz (silent), 1149Mhz (Base) and 1194 Mhz (OC)
  • Memory Clocks are at 5760 MT/s (Silent), 6000 MT/s (Base) and 6240 MTs (OC)
  • Memory Capacity is at 2GB with Memory Bus of 128-bit
  • Outputs are DVI-D DL, DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0

Phantom Gaming Radeon RX 570 8GB OC

  • Stream Processors at 2048, Texture Units at 128 and ROPs at 32
  • GPU Clocks are at 1228 Mhz (silent), 1280Mhz (Base) and 1331 Mhz (OC)
  • Memory Clocks are at 6720 MT/s (Silent), 7000 MT/s (Base) and 7280 MTs (OC)
  • Memory Capacity is at 8GB with Memory Bus of 256-bit
  • Outputs are DVI-D DL, 3x DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0

Phantom Gaming Radeon RX 580 8GB OC

  • Stream Processors at 2304, Texture Units at 144 and ROPs at 32
  • GPU Clocks are at 1324 Mhz (silent), 1380Mhz (Base) and 1435 Mhz (OC)
  • Memory Clocks are at 7680 MT/s (Silent), 8000 MT/s (Base) and 8320 MTs (OC)
  • Memory Capacity is at 8GB with Memory Bus of 256-bit
  • Outputs are DVI-D DL, 3x DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0

All four GPUs are capable of overclocking using Asrock’s bundled overclocking software or even an MSI Afterburner will do. To cool things off, the first two variant of Asrock’s Phantom Gaming features an aluminum radiator with one fan attached on it. While the two higher end GPU uses an aluminum radiator as but will have two fans on it. The lower variants is an ITX compatible card if you’re planning to build a Small Form Factor system.

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At this point, Asrock hasn’t divulge any pricing point for their initial GPUs that is set to be released this month. But with the current trending and pricing of GPUs at this time, expect that is somewhat high your usual idea of how this must be priced accordingly. We will all find out come April 19th if Asrock has what it takes to be the next big thing in the GPU market. Do we get the chance to see an Asrock Taichi GPU in the near future? Let’s wait and see.

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