So today is the day on which AMD is going to unveil its Next-Generation Graphics cards. Graphics card model, specifications and pictures are already leaked in the wild. Although the official presentation will be started after 1 hour, but the foregin media eTeknix already leaked the PPT slides of AMD’s today’s presentation. It includes both the AMD Radeon 300 series and the infamous Fiji GPU powering the Fury series of graphics cards. It incorporates both the AMD Radeon 300 arrangement and the scandalous Fiji GPU Core powering the Fury series GPUs.
AMD Radeon 300 Series And Radeon Fiji E3 2015 Presentation Leaked
AMD Radeon Rx 300 series is mostly based on Rebranded / Refresh GPU core Graphics cards including the latest R9 390X, R9 390, R9 380, R9 380X, R7 370 and R7 360. The most astounding thing which will be in the product portfolio of AMD is the two Fiji based Graphics cards, both are equipped with High Bandwidth Memory (Co-developed by SK Hynix and AMD). The Radeon R9 Fury X that is the full Fiji XT based card and the Radeon R9 Fury, which is taking into account the Fury Pro GPU.
Bellow you’ll discover the specification of each 300 series Graphics card and in addition its MSRP in the US. These MSRPs are for reference GPUs, custom variants will cost you more.
|Graphics Card||GPU||CU / SP||GPU/Memory Clock Speed||Memory||Interface||Memory Bandwidth||MSRP|
|Fury X||FIJI XT||64 / 4096||1050/500 MHz||4 GB HBM||4096bit||512 GB/s||TBA|
|Fury||FIJI Pro||56 / 3584||1000/500 MHz||4 GB HBM||4096bit||512 GB/s||TBA|
|R9 390X||Hawaii XT||44 / 2816||1050/1500 MHz||8GB GDDR5||512bit||384 GB/s||$429|
|R9 390||Hawaii Pro||40 / 2560||1000/1500 MHz||8GB GDDR5||512bit||384 GB/s||$329|
|R9 380||Tonga Pro||28 / 1792||1000/1375 MHz||4GB GDDR5||256bit||176 GB/s||$199+|
|R9 380||Tonga Pro||28 / 1792||1000/1375 MHz||2GB GDDR5||256bit||176 GB/s||$199|
|R7 370||Pitcairn Pro||16 / 1024||975/1425 MHz||4GB GDDR5||256bit||182 GB/s||$149+|
|R7 370||Pitcairn Pro||16 / 1024||975/1425 MHz||2GB GDDR5||256bit||182 GB/s||$149|
|R7 360||Tobago Pro||12 / 768||1000/1750 MHz||2GB GDDR5||128bit||112 GB/s||$107|