On 16th June AMD has unveiled its next-Gen Fiji GPU core based GPUs which are looking very promising with new GPU core and High Bandwidth Memory, but all eyes are looking towards the real gaming performance, especially at most demanding 4K resolution. So today, AMD has finally released the official gaming numbers of Radeon Fury X. And there is no doubt that performance is really amazing and wait is totally worth.
AMD Radeon Fury X Official Gaming Benchmarks – Fastest Single-GPU Graphics Card In The World
This new Powerful Graphics card is powered by a new generation of high-bandwidth memory, AMD Radeon R9 Fury X will be the first card to utilize it. The Fiji GPU, which measures around 560mm2 is the biggest chip AMD has ever produced, but it is also the fastest. The Fiji GPU fused in the Graphics card is having 64 Compute Units. Total 4096 stream cores, 128 ROPs and 256 texture mapping units.
The Radeon R9 Fury X is much compact in the size the credit goes to the HBM which is much compact in size and also about 9X faster than GDDR5 according to analytics. The interposer die on which HBM and core size is about 1000mm2 in size. While the complete chip is larger than any previous GPU ever produced from AMD camp. The First Generation of HBM is limited to 4Gb of memory so the Graphics card is packed with 4 GB of HBM memory that operates along a 4096-bit wide bus interface, clocked at 500 MHz and pumps out 512 GB/s bandwidth. The core frequency is 1050 MHz, while the turbo boost frequency is unknown to us. At last for display outputs the card is featuring total three display ports, including a single HDMI connector.
The benchmark as you can see below, sees 4K benchmarks against NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
These outcomes were given by AMD, despite the fact that I have no motivation to accept that they are in any capacity deceitful or incorrect. Actually, I was truly amazed by the selection of games AMD had chosen, a large number of which are Nvidia optimized titles. Yet the R9 Fury X beats the competition in each and every one of them. What’s more, in view of what we know about the 980 Ti’s and Titan X’s performance, substituting the 980 Ti with a Titan X won’t do much to close the crevice. Allowed the Titan X will defeat Fury X in a modest bunch of the tested games, yet that is not going to be sufficient to change the outcome. Fury X would even now wind up with a greater number of wins than misfortunes.
Not the most informative Overclocking Performance chart. This is after applying 100 MHz higher clock to Radeon R9 Fury X.
Another chart shows benchmarks after using FRAME RATE TARGET CONTROL (FRTC):