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AMD Radeon R9 M375X

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Front view of Radeon R9 M375X

Differences What are the advantages of each

Front view of Radeon R9 M375X

Reasons to consider the
AMD Radeon R9 M375X

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Significantly better PassMark score 2,309 vs 952 Around 2.5x better PassMark score
Significantly higher effective memory clock speed 4,500 MHz vs 1,800 MHz 2.5x higher effective memory clock speed
Higher memory bandwidth 72 GB/s vs 14.4 GB/s 5x higher memory bandwidth
Slightly better floating-point performance 1,299.2 GFLOPS vs 823.3 GFLOPS Around 60% better floating-point performance
Higher pixel rate 16.24 GPixel/s vs 8.58 GPixel/s Around 90% higher pixel rate
Slightly higher texture rate 40.6 GTexel/s vs 25.73 GTexel/s Around 60% higher texture rate
More render output processors 16 vs 8 Twice as many render output processors
Wider memory bus 128 bit vs 64 bit 2x wider memory bus
Better PassMark direct compute score 1,415 vs 769 Around 85% better PassMark direct compute score
Higher memory clock speed 1,125 MHz vs 900 MHz 25% higher memory clock speed
More shading units 640 vs 384 256 more shading units
More texture mapping units 40 vs 24 16 more texture mapping units
Front view of GeForce 940M

Reasons to consider the
Nvidia GeForce 940M

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Higher clock speed 1,072 MHz vs 925 MHz More than 15% higher clock speed
Higher turbo clock speed 1,176 MHz vs 1,015 MHz More than 15% higher turbo clock speed
Better T-Rex score 3,360.76 vs 3,358.28 Almost the same

Benchmarks Real world tests of Radeon R9 M375X vs GeForce 940M

PassMark Industry standard benchmark for overall graphics card performanceData courtesy Passmark

T-Rex (GFXBench 3.0) Data courtesy CompuBench

Radeon R9 M375X
GeForce 940M

Manhattan (GFXBench 3.0) Data courtesy CompuBench

Radeon R9 M375X
GeForce 940M

PassMark Direct Compute Measures performance of general-purpose computing using Microsoft DirectCompute


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