AMD Radeon 535

The AMD Radeon 535 is a powerful discrete graphics card designed for gamers and multimedia users alike. It features 384 Cuda cores and 4GB of GDDR5 memory connected via a 64bit bus. The memory clock speed is 1125MHz and the effective memory clock speed is 4500MHz providing a generous 48GB/s of memory bandwidth. The base clock speed is 730MHz and can be boosted up to 1024MHz. It is capable of DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5 and OpenCL 2 and has a TDP of 50W. The card is built on a 28nm process and requires a PCI Express 3 connection.

AMD Radeon 535 – specs

Clock speeds
Base clock speed:730MHz
Boost clock speed:1024MHz
Memory clock speed:1125MHz
Effective memory clock speed:4500MHz
Memory size:4GB
Memory type:GDDR5
Memory Bus:64bit
Bandwidth:48 GB/s
Graphics features
Card details
Process size:28 nm
Cuda cores:384
Width:no data
Height:no data
PCI Express version:3

AMD Radeon 535 - FAQ

Is AMD Radeon 535 graphics good for gaming?

The AMD Radeon 535 has a base clock speed of 730MHz, a boost clock speed of 1024MHz, and 384 Cuda cores, which makes it suitable for playing older games. However, its 4GB of GDDR5 memory with a 4500MHz effective memory clock speed and 48GB/s bandwidth isn't enough to adequately handle more demanding modern games.

What is the equivalent of the AMD Radeon 535?

The AMD Radeon 535 card has comparable results to the Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 card.

How many watts does the AMD Radeon 535 use?

The AMD Radeon 535 at its peak consumes around 50 watts.

How many GBs of RAM does the AMD Radeon 535 have?

The AMD Radeon 535 has 4GB of RAM.

How many CUDA cores does the AMD Radeon 535 have?

The AMD Radeon 535 is equipped with 384 CUDA cores.

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