Preciously there was a news that AMD Radeon 300 series would feature the Bermuda core and on R9 390X and R9 390 Bermuda XT would fuse with them. But last week the news from Zauba send everyone in the new void of thinking, as according to their latest entry AMD Next Generation of Radeon R9 300 Series will feature the Fiji XT GPU. Previous rumors claimed that, Bermuda GPU would be the part of AMD Next Generation of Radeon R9 300 Series.
AMD R9 Radeon 390X leaked Specifications: 4GB of 3D Stacked HBM and 4096 Stream Processors
The previous rumors on with Bermuda XT Core suggest that, AMD Radeon R9 390X would feature a staggeringly high number of SPs, ie. 4224. The Texture Unit count is 264 with 96 ROPs as well as be able to boast a 512-bit bus.
The new leaked from sisoftware, suggest the specifications that, AMD Radeon R9 390X will feature 64 GCN CUs/Compute Units. For a total of a whopping 4096 GCN cores. The GPU will also feature 4GB of 3D stacked HBM (High Bandwidth Memory) modules clocked at 1.25GHz. According to the experts HBM is almost 5x faster than GDDR5.
The previous news from the import and export database of Zauba which has given us the clearest indication that, the Fiji XT Core would be the part of AMD R9 390X is looking somewhat legit deal. But it should be noted that, for now nothing is officially confirmed so take this news with a pinch of salt. Let’s us know want you think about the Process node and GPU Core of Next Generation Graphics cards from AMD?