• AMD reveals the Radeon RX 480 Polaris 10 card to the public.

AMD reveals the Radeon RX 480 Polaris 10 card to the public. (Photo : YouTube /WCCFTech TV)

AMD is set to release the Radeon RX 480 in a couple of days but more benchmark leaks and photos are still surfacing to tease fans how the Polaris 10 card will perform.

Earlier benchmark results have shown that the AMD Radeon RX 480 can keep up with the $300 GTX 980 with a price tag of $200. It also has a lower power draw which means there will also be savings in electricity and more overclocking headroom.

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One leaked photo shows the final specs of the device. The GPU-Z app shows that the Polaris 10 card does have a die size of 232mm2 as what most people have suggested several days ago.

The AMD Radeon RX 480 will have 36 CUs and a 256-bit 8GB GDDR5 memory, Neurogadget has learned. It has a pixel fillrate of 40.5GPixels per second ad a texture fillrate of 182.3GTexels per second.

Partner cards from XFX, Sapphire and Powercolor are expected to be factory overclocked which means they could run cooler and better than the reference cards. The XFX Radeon RX 480 8 GB model is expected to have a price tag of $279 with a 1.3GHz clock.

YouTube channel GGPC uploaded several videos of the RX 480 running several games for benchmark purposes, TCC reported. It performed well at above 60 frames per second on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt with a mix of high and ultra-settings and NVIDIA hairworks turned off.

Doom 2016 has also been shown to rock 60fps on ultra even with anti-aliasing maxed out. However, most of the games were only ran on 1080p resolution.

Not everyone has a 1440p or 4K screen yet which makes the Radeon RX 480 a good choice for the mid-end market. NVIDIA might have won in the high-end market with their GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 but the mid-end to low-end range could be larger market overall.

AMD's Radeon RX 480 4GB reference model will retail at $199 while the RX 480 8GB will cost $229. Partner cards are not expected to be rolled out yet on launch day but they will have a slightly more expensive price tag than the reference Polaris 10 cards from AMD.