As expected, AMD has already announced its second graphics card based on the new Fiji chip, the Radeon R9 Fury. Positioned in terms of performance and price between the Radeon Radeon R9 and R9 390X Fury X, this new graphics features more raw power than the R9 390X and 4 GB of memory HBM. Should reach stores in the next few days at a price to be around 550 euros (AMD has specified to $ 549, and you know how these issues are euro-dollar conversion).
There is nothing new under the sun, as the Fiji chip that equips the Radeon R9 Fury is exactly like what we saw in the past by successive leaks. We have therefore a “castrated” Fiji chip, with 56 of the 64 Compute Units enabled comprising 3,584 Stream Processors, 224 TMUs, 64 ROPs and relevant HBM 4GB memory through a huge 4,096-bit bus.
The core finally run at 1,000 MHz, and memory at 500 MHz resulting in the same memory bandwidth of 512 GB / s for AMD Radeon X. Fury noted, incidentally, that the Radeon R9 is particularly suitable Fury for users looking to play 1440p maximum resolution (2560 x 1440) or that have monitors Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) and pretend play more modest or do not mind relaxing a little game graphics settings.
Although we show the reference model of AMD Radeon R9 Fury in the images above, the model with sink type blower (functionally the same as the Radeon R9 290x) will not reach the market, but be directly assemblers who sell both at your custom sink as factory overclocking graphics cards. Certainly the latter regard the Fiji memory chip with HBM give you enough room, so we expect quite models “uploaded” in terms of overclocking.
Now we have said before that it is expected that AMD Radeon R9 Fury arrive in stores in a few days, and the price is set AMD 549 US dollars which are then converted in about 550-560 euros for exchange rate expenses customs, etc. After that already is in the hands of the builders put the price they deem appropriate to their custom models, so we can not give you a preview about
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