Fudzilla appreciates a reputation of being one of the most dependable sources, notwithstanding their opposite name; and it just so happens, they have some exceptionally intriguing news on the AMD Next-Gen GPUs. The Fiji XT core is the highly advertised leader distinct advantage of the era and will supposedly offer 8GB of HBM memory. Interestingly, in any case, they guarantee that the top tier GPU will really be a dual GPU.

AMD Fiji XT features Dual GPU – 4GB HBM1 For Each


Long story short, as per reports the Top-level AMD’s Fiji XT GPU will have not one – yet two GPU centers. Subsequently, it will have 2 mediates and 2 HBMs for a thousand aggregate of 8GB HBM (which is in fact 4GB x2). As indicated by bunches of news noticeable all around AMD Radeon R9 390X will emphasize the Fiji XT center.

The source then goes ahead to say about AMD’s latest ventures in the VR business and the late Oculus Rift Crescent demo that was running on an “unannounced Radeon flagship”. It references the Liquid VR slides which demonstrated highlights, for example, Affinity Multi GPU and the prerequisite of two GPUs for non-concurrent rendering. Here is a quote to revive our folks  memory:

“Affinity Multi-GPU for scalable rendering, a technology that allows multiple GPUs to work together to improve frame rates in VR applications by allowing them to assign work to run on specific GPUs. Each GPU renders the viewpoint from one eye, and then composites the outputs into a single stereo 3D image. With this technology, multi-GPU configurations become ideal for high performance VR rendering, delivering high frame rates for a smoother experience. “

So the inquiry, we should now ask ourselves that – is VR the new dash for unheard of wealth as far as developing markets? AMD and NVIDIA surely assume so. It merits saying that despite the fact that this brings down the shots of a solitary GPU lead – they don’t discredit the likelihood totally. Despite everything we will presumably see a solitary Fiji based GPU at some point not far off. AMD is additionally obviously would be based on the 20nm process node. The precise memory (HBM1 or HBM2) is not known. In the light of previous news we have seen that AMD will be the first to use HBM1 in their R9 300 series and after it NVIDIA will use HBM2 in its Pascal architecture GPUs.

Remembering all these insights of Dual GPUs, the Crescent bay demo and Liquid VR itself, I must say that the talk appears to be extremely conceivable to me. What’s more, I have heard a few thunders about their “being no such thing as an R9 390X”. While I credited it to the normal mystery, possibly, quite possibly, there is a whole other world to it this time.