AMD finally announced the Radeon R9 Fury Graphics card which is based on a harvested / Cut-down version of the Fiji GPU.

AMD Officially Announced Radeon R9 Fury

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The Radeon R9 Fury (non-X) accompanies 4 GB of High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) and it is valued at $549 US dollars. The declaration of the non-X GPU makes it the freshest part in the Radeon Fury lineup, leaving the Fury Dual GPU and the R9 Nano Graphics cards are still not unannounced from red camp.

In Radeon R9 Fury, the cut-down GPU of the Fiji GPU is featuring 56 of 64 Compute Units (CUs) for an aggregate of 224 TMUs, 64 ROPs and 3584 Stream Processors. The 4 GB of HBM is clocked at 500MHz with a memory interface of 4096-bit. The Fiji GPU has a 1000MHz reference clock.

The cost has been deliberately set, we should accept that, at $549 USD which is somewhat over the Geforce GTX 980’s price tag. Despite the fact that AMD Radeon R9 Fury has an execution edge over the Geforce GTX 980, regardless it is lavish too. The Radeon R9 Fury beats in the GTX 980 in 4K/UHD 3840×2160 resolution.

Most GPUs in the retail market, including Radeon R9 Fury X, are normally uniquely custom variants giving it a value edge, be that as it may, this non-customization is the thing that makes the Radeon R9 Fury distinctive. The Fury R9 is suitable for 4K/UHD with normal settings for gaming anyway, it is all the more a 1440p gaming.

AMD Radeon R9 Fury hasn’t made it to well known retail listings starting yet. So the valuing appears a touch foggy of the custom variants. Radeon R9 Fury X couldn’t take care of the demand yet we are trusting this one does.

You can check out some of the reviews in the list below.

Anandtech.com
Tweaktown.com
Hothardware.com
Hexus.net

Fiji Block Diagram

Fiji Block Diagram