AMD Radeon HD 8570M video card review :Test | Specs | CPU | Config

AMD Radeon HD 8570M video card review: -If you are looking for information relating to the Specs, Hashrate, CPU performance, configuration, benchmark and also a testing of this SSD Drive. We will go into more details as it regards to the testing in the article below.

The graphics card for notebooks AMD Radeon HD 8570M, refers to the entry-level mobile video adapters, so its destiny is small compact budget notebook models for small laptops. The core of the video card runs at 650 MHz and is capable of overclocking to 700 MHz with Boost. DDR3 memory supports 1800 MHz. Among other things, the Mars core, which is used in the video card, is built using a 28-nm process technology on the GCN architecture. 384 shaders work with OpenCL 1.2 for general computing (6 computational units). It’s also worth noting that the AMD Radeon HD 8570M fully supports DirectX 11.1 and Shader 5.1 APIs. As for video, thanks to UVD3 it is possible to decode MPEG-4 AVC / H.264, VC-1, MPEG-2, Flash, as well as Multi-View Codec (MVC) and MPEG-4 Part 2 (DivX, XVid).

Supported technologies

you PowerTune – a calculator that calculates the power consumption of the card in real time at intervals of milliseconds based on the analysis of the task being performed (without any analog sensors). And if possible, the GPU clock speed increases. Note that this is not a reset of the frequency relative to the nominal when the power threshold is reached, but, on the contrary, a precisely verified dynamic acceleration.

ATI PowerPlay Is a dynamic power management technology used in some graphics processing units (GPUs) manufactured by AMD (formerly ATI). The principle of operation is based on tracking the GPU load, determining the optimal parameters and correspondingly changing the clock frequency of the chip, memory and supply voltage, thereby optimizing the power consumption and heat dissipation of the video card. The technology in idle modes can disable unused GPU blocks.

ATI Eyefinity — a technology developed by the American company AMD that allows multiple displays to be connected together to a personal computer. ATI Eyefinity assumes connection from one to six displays inclusive to one graphics card. Desktop duplication and stretching modes are supported across multiple monitors, and a special new feature allows displays to be grouped into one large screen that can display a PC desktop or, for example, video, as well as windowed or full-screen 3D applications.

AMD HD3DThe technology is supported by an extended and open ecosystem that, when combined with specific AMD hardware and software technologies, enables the 3D viewing of many applications and processes on the PC.

AMD Enduro Automatically disables AMD Radeon discrete graphics for lightweight applications and extends battery life.

AMD Zero Core In a deep idle state, the new GPU consumes less than 5% of the power of full-fledged mode, disabling most of the functional blocks in this mode.


AMD Radeon HD 8570M
Radeon HD 8000М
Processor code
GCN Heathrow XT
shraders 384
Core clock speed
650-700 MHz
Shader frequency
650-700 MHz
Memory frequency
1800-2000 MHz
Memory bus width
Page 64
Memory type
Memory Amount
1024 MB
DirectX 11.1, Shader 5.1
28 n.m.

Synthetic tests

  • 3DMark (2011) – Performance GPU: 1255
  • 3DMark (2013) – Ice Storm Standard Graphics: 30325
  • 3DMark (2013) – Cloud Gate Standard Graphics:4863
  • 3DMark (2013) – Fire Strike Standard Graphics: 786

Game testing

Crysis 3. Graphics settings are average (Medium, 1366×768, 16xAF, FXAA) 8 FPS, when the settings are increased to high (High, 1366×768, 16xAF, FXAA), the average frame rate per second is 5. At the maximum settings Very High, 16xAF 2x MSAA) – 2 FPS.

BioShock Infinite. On medium settings (1366×768, Medium, AF AA) average FPS in the game was 15. At high graphics settings ( 1366х768,  High AA AF) 12 PS. At maximum graphics settings (Ultra 1920×1080, DOF, AA AF), the average number of frames was kept at 4 FPS.