AMD will unveil its AMD Rx 300 Series Graphics cards at PC Gaming Show during E3 2015. Fans who are waiting from awesomeness might be struck in the void of disappointment as AMD Rx 300 series is featuring re-branded GPU core. On the other side of the note Fiji GPU core GPUs codenamed “Fury” will make a solid entry as they are equipped with HBM and Hybrid water cooling system. According to previous rumors AMD Radeon Fury allegedly features three GPUs, here we are talking about Fury Nano, Fury XT and Fury Pro.

AMD Radeon R7 370 smiles for camera – Featuring Pitcairn Core


AMD Radeon R7 370 Graphics Card

Today we have the very first picture of Radeon R7 370 graphics card which has been leaked on foreign forums Chiphell. The photo of the Radeon R7 370 is intriguing and affirms a couple of things about this particular card which will enter in the market with a price tag of about $149 US or even more lower thinking about it as’ in view of a chip which has been in the business since the most recent three years and anticipated that would make an arrival for one final time.

As I have mentioned above the GPU is featuring Pitcairn GPU core which was renamed to Curacao amid the launch of the Radeon 200 series. It can be normal that AMD won’t rename the chip again, yet the card is utilizing the same terminology as its forerunner. The main thing that has changed is that AMD has chosen to place it in the Radeon R7 series rather than the Radeon R9 arrangement because of the huge performance gap and the sub-$149 US pricing this card will feature.

In terms of specifications the Radeon R7 370 will utilize full GPU core. The 1280 stream processors, 80 TMUs, 32 ROPs which is the same as the Pitcairn XT, yet clock rates could be conditioned down around 975 MHz (Base/Boost). The 2 GB GDDR5 memory will work along a 256-bit memory transport at 5.6 GHz clock pace, pumping out 179 GB/s data.

From the looks of the card, it can be seen that it utilizes a single Crossfire connector which permits 2-Way Multi-GPUs, a 6-Pin connector which prompts 150W TDP (75W 6-Pin and 75W PCI-E). Whatever remains of the PCB is very compact in size and display output we have Dual-DVI, HDMI and a single display port. The card highlights a comparative configuration conspire as the top of the line Fiji GPUs and the same cover surface composition can be seen on the card too. The two Radeon logos can likewise be spotted anyway, it is not known whether they excessively lit up in red when the card is operational. We can also see that there is only one Single blower fan which sucks air inside the card and pushes hot air from the vents at the back of Graphics card.

  • Brian Blair

    A R9 270 nonX re-badge! Real creative AMD! Really? You are only giving one step up? I hope this is BS! I hope this is not what AMD is really launching.

    • awakino

      Why redesign a card if you already have one that fits the criteria?