AMD has officially released its new Radeon lineup with Fury X, Fury, Fury Nano and the forthcoming Radeon 300 series lineup here at E3. So they are at long last here the AMD Radeon Fury X and Fury, the graphics cards that everybody’s been foreseeing. We likewise figured out how to see various 300 series graphics cards too. The new Fury X flagship is releasing on the 24th of June and will cost $650. Fury then again will release on the 12th of July and will cost $550.

Evidently these newcomers will be AMD’s speediest and most exceptional graphics chips to date. The Fiji GPU, both the XT and Pro variations, frame the establishment of AMD’s new ultra fan “Fury” brand. There are a few reasons regarding why AMD chose to restore the “Fury” brand name with Fiji. CEO among which is that with Fiji AMD will be presenting the world’s first GPU highlighting 3D stacked High Bandwidth Memory, also called HBM. Another reason is the sheer execution of the chip, which AMD has declared to be the quickest on the planet. To crown these accomplishments AMD chose that a basic numerical item name won’t do this chip equity and accordingly will be bringing back the Fury brand name.

AMD Officially Shows Off Radeon Fury X, Fury Nano And 300 Series At E3

AMD appeared a shiny new card alongside R9 Fury X and R9 Fury known as Fury Nano. Which measures 6 inches in length and is the quickest little itx graphics card on the planet. It includes a cut down fiji GPU ( Fiji LE ) with 4GB of HBM. AMD states that the card is quicker than the R9 290X and has 2x the execution for every watt of the R9 290X. So we might possibly be taking a gander at a design card that utilizes about a half the power of the R9 290X.

AMD Rveals $650 R9 Fury X And $550 R9 Fury – Powered By Fiji World’s First HBM GPU

AMD likewise affirmed Fury and Fury X. Much the same as we said, Fury will highlight Fiji Pro with air cooling. While Fury X will be the watercooled leader including Fiji XT. AMD declared valuing for Fury X will be $650 and it will release on June 24th. Rage is valued at $550 and it will release on July 12th.

AMD Rveals $650 R9 Fury X And $550 R9 Fury – Powered By Fiji World’s First HBM GPU




Tech4gamersRadeon R9 Fury X2Radeon R9 Fury X (Water Cooled)Radeon R9 Nano (Air Cooled)Radeon R9 Fury (Air Cooled)Radeon R9 290X
GPUFiji XT x 2Fiji XTFiji Pro?Fiji ProHawaii XT
Stream Processors81924096TBA35842816
GCN Compute Units12864TBA5644
Render Output Units12864TBA6464
Texture Mapping Units512256TBA224176
GPU FrequencyTBA≥ 1050MhzTBA1000Mhz1000Mhz
Memory Interface4096-bit x 24096bit4096bit4096bit512bit
Memory Frequency500Mhz500Mhz500Mhz500Mhz1250Mhz
Effective Memory Speed1Gbps1Gbps1Gbps1Gbps5Gbps
Memory Bandwidth1024 GB/s512GB/s512GB/s512GB/s320GB/s
CoolingLiquidLiquid, 120mm RadiatorAir, Single FanAir, 3 Axial FansAir, Single Blower Fan
Power ConnectorsDual 8-PinDual 8-Pin8-Pin6+8 Pin?6+8 Pin
GFLOPS/Watt~≥ 28.7TBA26.219.4
Launch Price1499 US?$649$449-$499$549$549
Launch DateAutumn 201524th June 2015Summer 201514th July 201524th October 2013


AMD Rveals $650 R9 Fury X And $550 R9 Fury – Powered By Fiji World’s First HBM GPU

AMD Rveals $650 R9 Fury X And $550 R9 Fury – Powered By Fiji World’s First HBM GPU

Now quickly discuss on Fiji and its new mystery weapon, HBM.

HBM speaks to the progressive step that has been so seriously required in the development of graphics memory standards. The original of HBM guarantees to convey 4.5X the bandwidth of GDDR5 and a stunning 16 times the bandwidth of DDR3.

AMD Rveals $650 R9 Fury X And $550 R9 Fury – Powered By Fiji World’s First HBM GPU

Both GDDR5 and DDR3 are obscured by the 128 GB/s figure for original HBM.

The second era guarantees to twofold the bandwidth by multiplying the speed from 1Gbps to 2Gbps. While additionally quadrupling the memory limit for 4-Hi stacks from 1GB to 4GB. HBM2 will be highlighted in AMD’s up and coming Arctic Islands graphics architecture planning with the “Greenland” flagship GPU.

AMD Rveals $650 R9 Fury X And $550 R9 Fury – Powered By Fiji World’s First HBM GPU

In our specialized profound jump on Fiji we had the capacity draw an unpleasant assessment of the Fiji’s performance taking into account the core count and the clock speed. Yet, as we cannot yet measure the execution advantage from HBM without thorough testing we let it well enough alone for the mathematical statement. Indeed, even without placing HBM into the comparison the assessed execution of Fiji XT is truly incredible.





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