Asus R9 Nano

The Asus R9 Nano is a strong graphics card that offers high performance and efficient usage. The base clock speed is 1000MHz and the memory clock speed is 500MHz. It features 4096 Cuda cores also the effective memory clock speed of 1000MHz for a smooth and fast video processing. It features 4GB of GDDR5 memory and a 4096bit memory bus, the card offering an impressive bandwidth of 512GB/s. It supports DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5 and OpenCL 2 allowing for a wide range of applications. It has a width of 152mm and a TDP of 175W and requires a PCI Express version 3. It is based on a 28nm process size.

Asus R9 Nano – specs

Clock speeds
Base clock speed:1000MHz
Boost clock speed:no data
Memory clock speed:500MHz
Effective memory clock speed:1000MHz
Memory size:4GB
Memory type:GDDR5
Memory Bus:4096bit
Bandwidth:512 GB/s
Graphics features
Card details
Process size:28 nm
Cuda cores:4096
Height:no data
PCI Express version:3

Asus R9 Nano - FAQ

Is Asus R9 Nano graphics good for gaming?

The Asus R9 Nano has a base clock speed of 1000MHz, a memory clock speed of 500MHz, 4GB of GDDR5 memory, and 4096 cuda cores, making it suitable for some gaming. However, its lack of boost clock speed and lower memory and memory bus will limit its performance on more demanding games, making it suitable for low details on new games.

What is the equivalent of the Asus R9 Nano?

The Asus R9 Nano card has comparable results to the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 Super WindForce OC card.

How many watts does the Asus R9 Nano use?

The Asus R9 Nano at its peak consumes around 175 watts.

How many GBs of RAM does the Asus R9 Nano have?

The Asus R9 Nano has 4GB of RAM.

How many CUDA cores does the Asus R9 Nano have?

The Asus R9 Nano is equipped with 4096 CUDA cores.

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