The AMD Radeon R5 435 is an OEM graphics solution for entry level machines. This card is not sold in retail channels however we have seen the AMD Radeon R5 435 for sale on Ebay and other used hardware sites. Typically used cards are sold by OEM branding such as HP R5 435, Lenovo R5 435,  MSI R5 435 and Dell R5 435.

  • AMD  Hainan
  • PCI Express 3.0 x8
  • 28nm FinFET
  • 90 mm²
  • 5 GCN cores
  • 320 cores
  • 20 TMUs
  • 8 ROPs
  • 1024MB or 2048MB GDDR3 or GDDR5
  • 64-bit memory
  • 2048×1536 maximum VGA resolution
  • 2560×1440 maximum DVI/HDMI resolution
  • 1030 MHz GPU clock
  • 659.2 GFLOPS
  • DX12
  • OpenGL 4.4
  • Mantle 1.0
  • Vulcan 1.0
  • 50W TDP

The AMD Radeon R5 435 is a basic DX12 card with feature level 11.2, Generally older games that run on the original Xbox/PS2 will run the best at 1920×1080. More recent games may run to slow for FullHD.

The main advantage of the GPU is to take the load off the integrated graphics. Depending on the integrated graphics the R5 435 can be as much as 200% more powerful. With 5 GCN cores the R5 435 can manage 659 GFLOPS.

Lower cost versions of the R5 435 use GDDR3 and better versions use GDDR5. We have seen this card in HP desktop machines.


Generally older games will work OK on the R5 435. If a given game is running poorly try 1280×720 which can boost framerates compared to playing at 1920×1080.

  • Clicker Heroes
  • Castle Clicker
  • Adventure Capitalist
  • Half-Life: Source
  • Left 4 Dead 2
  • Halo: Combat Evolved
  • Freelancer
  • Vietcong 2

The R5 435 can handle games from the Xbox / PS2 period generally. See the page on system requirements for better background information.


The Radeon R5 435 has enough CGN cores to easily handle the requirements of Windows 10.