AMD Radeon R9 Nano in 7 Benchmarks.

Testing AMD Radeon R9 Nano in 7 benchmarks. The review of an analogue of AMD Radeon R9 Nano  from the competing brand.

The manufacturer is AMD. The date of release is 10 September 2015 (6 years ago). The clock speed of a graphics core is with a turbo-boost of 1000 MHz. The capacity and base clock speed of the memory is  High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) 4 GB / 500 MHz. The RAM Bandwidth is 4096 Bit. TDP level is about 175 Watt. The process technology of the chip production is 28 nm. We have checked AMD Radeon R9 Nano and offer you to learn its testing in 7 benchmarks and compare it with other models. Performance analysis.

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General Information

Here is the position of AMD Radeon R9 Nano in the performance ranking – the less the metric is, the higher the place in the raking is – and useful information, such as the segment of usage, code name, starting sales price.

Place in performance rating: 170
Value for money (0-100): 23.65
Architecture: GCN 1.2
Code name: Fiji
Type: Desktop
Release date: 10 September 2015 (6 years ago)
Launch price (MSRP): $649
Price now: $691 (1.1x MSRP)
Design: reference
Value for money: 11.71
GPU code name: Fiji
Market segment: Desktop

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - Technical Specifications

Technical specs of AMD Radeon R9 Nano point to its performance in the game, mining and work apps. The higher the metric (except for process technology) is, the more effective and faster the GPU operates in any apps.

Pipelines: 4096
Boost Clock: 1000 MHz
Transistor count: 8,900 million
Manufacturing process technology: 28 nm
Power consumption (TDP): 175 Watt
Texture fill rate: 256.0
Floating-point performance: 8,192 gflops
Compute units: 64
Pipelines / CUDA cores: 4096
Boost clock speed: 1000 MHz
Number of transistors: 8,900 million
Thermal design power (TDP): 175 Watt

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - Dimensions and Compatibility

If you pick up the GPU to an already available body, the information may be useful as some models do not fit the standard E-ATX formfactors. Check which interface and connectors AMD Radeon R9 Nano has.

Interface: PCIe 3.0 x16
Length: 152 mm
Supplementary power connectors: 1x 8-pin
Bus support: PCIe 3.0
Bridgeless CrossFire: 1

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - Graphics memory (technical specifications)

Here is the second important block of AMD Radeon R9 Nano specs. The GPU memory uses for fast proceeding, storage and data calculation. The speed and efficiency of the GPU depend on the standard memory GDDR, its capacity, width and clock speed.

Memory type: High Bandwidth Memory (HBM)
Maximum RAM amount: 4 GB
Memory bus width: 4096 Bit
Memory clock speed: 500 MHz
Memory bandwidth: 512 GB/s
Shared memory: -
High bandwidth memory (HBM): +

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - Port and Display Support

Let’s look at the AMD Radeon R9 Nano ports and learn how many displays and which connectors it has to be used to connect.

Display Connectors: 1x HDMI, 3x DisplayPort
Eyefinity: +
Number of Eyefinity displays: 6
HDMI: +
DisplayPort support: +

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - Technologies

Technology, which AMD Radeon R9 Nano is equipped with, can be different from analogues of competitors because of completely different products. This feature does not influence the total performance ranking.

AppAcceleration: +
CrossFire: 1
FRTC: 1
FreeSync: 1
HD3D: +
LiquidVR: 1
PowerTune: +
TressFX: 1
TrueAudio: +
ZeroCore: +
VCE: +
DDMA audio: +
Enduro: -

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - API support

AMD Radeon R9 Nano supports DirectX, OpenGL, OpenCL and other standard complexes for developing 3D models. Learn their supported versions.

DirectX: DirectX® 12
OpenGL: 4.5
Vulkan: +
Shader Model: 6.3
OpenCL: 2.0
Mantle: +

AMD Radeon R9 Nano - Mining hashrates

Ethereum / ETH (DaggerHashimoto): 30 Mh/s
Zcash / ZEC (Equihash): 295 Sol/s

AMD Radeon R9 Nano Gaming Performance

Which games does AMD Radeon R9 Nano fit? What is the average FPS in a definite game? All the answers can be found below. You just need to choose a game in which you carried out AMD Radeon R9 Nano testing and check the results in a corresponding resolution. *AMD Radeon R9 Nano testing in games were held on the stock assembly without overclocking.


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60 Fluent – 55 fps +
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AMD Radeon R9 Nano Testing in Benchmarks

It is our favourite section, AMD Radeon R9 Nano Testing in Benchmarks. It is here where you learn which competitors and comparable GPUs by specs and performance are similar. The benchmark score shows how fast and effective the GPU operates with various calculations and graphics scenarios under high load and stress testing.

GPU Benchmark performance

3DMark Ice Storm GPU

3DMark Ice Storm is a modern synthetic benchmark for GPUs, used for evaluating performance in rendering. In 3DMark Ice Storm, you can check how fast a GPU of the old generation is and make conclusions about its modernization.

3DMark Cloud Gate GPU

As 3DMark Cloud Gate Benchmark supports DirectX 10, its evaluation is rather suitable for GPUs of a medium level or the ones released 4 years ago.

3DMark Fire Strike Score

3DMark Company has created a benchmark for GPUs called "Fire Strike Score", which points to the definite scenarios for fulfilling different variants and conditions of GPU running. The higher the evaluation of the 3DMark "Fire Strike Score" is, the more performing and faster a GPU is.

3DMark Fire Strike Graphics

3DMark Fire Strike is a benchmark of GPUs, which reflects a GPU's testing results under factory conditions without overclocking, making it the most realistic in contrast to the custom dimensions of performance.

3DMark 11 GPU Benchmark

Being one of the most popular benchmarks for GPUs by far, 3DMark 11 is the authority among other programmes evaluating running or gaming performance. It supports tessellation, various calculating scenarios and account multithreading in GPUs testing.

3DMark Vantage Performance

3DMark Vantage Performance Benchmark accounts a GPU performance in multithreading that completely reveals all the potential of a graphics core and memory. Check the results to understand which GPU is better in the benchmark.

Unigine Heaven 4.0

Heaven Benchmark 4.0 is an upgraded generation of benchmarks and the full load on all subsystems of a GPU. Heaven Benchmark uses a special algorithm for testing, defining the stability of a graphics processor and video memory in complex calculations. Also, a GPU's cooling system is checked, being another advantage of the benchmark.

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