Finally, the specifications of AMD’s much awaited next graphics processing line up, after so many rumors, are now confirmed by a benchmark leak. The benchmark leaks were published online few hours ago by the videocardz. As per reports, AMD’s Fury series will be the first graphics line up to utilize High Bandwidth Memory (HBM), another type of DRAM for next generation graphics cards after GDDR5.

AMD Fury and Fury X specs confirmed, Benchmarks Leaked

That concludes that AMD’s Fiji based upcoming graphics cards will be the fastest high end graphics card till date as the new Fiji based GPUs will be utilizing HBM, which means that the graphics card can provide around 640 GB/s of Bandwidth because of memory bus of 4096 bits. As per benchmark reports, the Fury X graphics card is equipped with 4GB of VRAM with 64 GCN compute units, 4096 stream processors and 256 texture units.

With these specifications, the new Fury X is around 50% faster than R9 290X while it is more power efficient than Radeon R9 290X. The die size of Fiji based gpus is is also bigger in size than the size of Hawaii, previous gpu chipset.

Specifications of Radeon Fury X and Fury

Tech4GamersFury X (Water Cooled)Fury X (Air Cooled)Fury (Air Cooled)R9 290X
GPUFiji XTFiji XTFiji ProHawaii XT
Stream Processors4096409635842816
Compute Units64645644
Render Output Units12812812864
Texture Mapping Units256256224176
GPU Frequency≥ 1050Mhz1050Mhz1000Mhz1000Mhz
Memory Interface4096 bits4096 bits4096 bits512 bits
Memory Frequency500 Mhz500 Mhz500 Mhz1250 Mhz
Effective Memory Speed1 Gbps1 Gbps1 Gbps5 Gbps
Memory Bandwidth512 GB/s512 GB/s512 GB/s320 GB/s
CoolingLiquid, 120mm RadiatorAir, 3 Axial FansAir, 3 Axial FansAir, Single Blower Fan
Performance (SPFP)8.6 TFLOPS8.6 TFLOPS7.2 TFLOPS5.6 TFLOPS
Launch PriceTBATBATBA$549

Recently, Asus Stirx Fury X (air cooled) was also leaked online, featuring three fans. The final price of AMD Fury gpus will be announced at E3 event on 16th June, 2015.

According to the benchmarks by CompuBench, AMD’s Fiji XT-based Fury beats GTX Titan X by a decent margin in Ocean Surface Simulation test.


Radeon Fury also takes lead in TVL1 Optical Flow test, beating GTX Titan X.


While Geforce GTX Titan X beats Radeon Fury in the CompuBench Face detection test.


AMD-Fiji-informationAMD is fully prepared to launch Radeon Fury graphics cards powered by HBM next week at E3. Stay tuned for more updates!

Source: WCCFTech