AMD recently hosted an event in Taiwan, during which it showcased next generation Polaris GPUs, i.e, Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 architecture based graphics cards as well as the new dual Fiji Radeon Pro Duo.

AMD Polaris 10 GPU offers performance close to GeForce GTX 980 Ti

One report claims to get the slide from the event related to Polaris 10 which mentions some very important information of the graphics card. As per the report, Polaris was initially planned for launch with HBM, but will have GDDR5 and GDDR5X type of memory instead. It will have maximum TDP of 175W, confirming that the normal temps will be less than that.

Interestingly, it also mentioned the 3D Mark FireStrike Ultra score which is around almost 4000 points. It must be noted that this score is also same as that of GeForce GTX 980 Ti and Radeon Fury X.

As per the reports, high-end graphics card from 400 series is Radeon R9 490X, powered by Polaris 10 will feature 2560 stream processors14nm FinFET process node with most probably 8 GB of GDDR5X memory.

AMD’s Polaris based graphics cards are reportedly set for launch in June, 2016 mainly during Computex event.

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