AMD Radeon R9 370: specs and benchmarks
AMD started Radeon R9 370 sales 5 May 2015. This is GCN 1.0 architecture desktop card based on 28 nm manufacturing process and primarily aimed at gamers. 2 GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 5.6 GHz are supplied, and together with 256 Bit memory interface this creates a bandwidth of 179.2 GB/s.
Compatibility-wise, this is dual-slot card attached via PCIe 3.0 x16 interface. Its manufacturer default version has a length of 221 mm. 1x 6-pin power connector is required, and power consumption is at 110 Watt.
It provides poor gaming and benchmark performance at 17.98 percent of a leader's which is NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti.
Of Radeon R9 370's architecture, market type and release date.
Radeon R9 370's general performance parameters such as number of shaders, GPU base clock, manufacturing process, texturing and calculation speed. These parameters indirectly speak of Radeon R9 370's performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider its benchmark and gaming test results.
Compatibility, dimensions and requirements
Information on Radeon R9 370's compatibility with other computer components. Useful when choosing a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one. For desktop video cards it's interface and bus (motherboard compatibility), additional power connectors (power supply compatibility).
Parameters of memory installed on Radeon R9 370: its type, size, bus, clock and resulting bandwidth. Note that GPUs integrated into processors don't have dedicated memory and use a shared part of system RAM.
Video outputs and ports
Types and number of video connectors present on Radeon R9 370. As a rule, this section is relevant only for desktop reference video cards, since for notebook ones the availability of certain video outputs depends on the laptop model.
APIs supported by Radeon R9 370, sometimes including their particular versions.
Non-gaming benchmark performance of Radeon R9 370. Note that overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0-100 range.
This is our combined benchmark performance rating. We are regularly improving our combining algorithms, but if you find some perceived inconsistencies, feel free to speak up in comments section, we usually fix problems quickly.
3DMark Fire Strike Graphics
Fire Strike is a DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming PCs. It features two separate tests displaying a fight between a humanoid and a fiery creature seemingly made of lava. Using 1920x1080 resolution, Fire Strike shows off some realistic enough graphics and is quite taxing on hardware.
This is probably the most ubiquitous benchmark, part of Passmark PerformanceTest suite. It gives the graphics card a thorough evaluation under various load, providing four separate benchmarks for Direct3D versions 9, 10, 11 and 12 (the last being done in 4K resolution if possible), and few more tests engaging DirectCompute capabilities.
Cryptocurrency mining performance of Radeon R9 370. Usually measured in megahashes per second.
Let's see how good Radeon R9 370 is for gaming. Particular gaming benchmark results are measured in frames per second. Comparisons with game system requirements are included, but remember that sometimes official requirements may reflect reality inaccurately.
This video card matches 93% minimum and 79% recommended requirements of all games known to us.
Here are the average frames per second in a large set of popular games across different resolutions:
Overall Radeon R9 370 performance compared to nearest competitors among desktop video cards.
The nearest Radeon R9 370's NVIDIA equivalent is GeForce GTX 760, which is faster by 1% and higher by 6 positions in our rating.
Here are some closest NVIDIA rivals to Radeon R9 370:
Radeon R9 370 is a middle-level video card based on an outdated GCN 1.0 core and released only in OEM variant, so it never was actually sold directly to end users.
Some video FPS benchmarks: