[RUMOR] before you fly with the winds of hope, please read first word again that this new is based on rumors so take it with a pinch of salt. Today new leaked information in regards to the time period of the Radeon R9 300 release has as of late surfaced on foregin media Benchlife.info. To the extent sources go, this publication has been right on the money so far so I have a positive sentiment about this break too. As indicated by the source the AMD Radeon R9 300 series will be launching on the 18th of June while the Fiji XT GPU will be dispatched on the 24th of June 2015.

AMD Radeon R9 300 Series making debut on 18th of June


It’s significant that this is the inexact time span of E3 (18th June) for the Radeon R9 300 series while as the Fiji XT GPU will clearly be getting a release date every last bit of its own – 24th June 2015. The same source likewise says that the GPUs may show up amid Computex however, won’t hit the racks till the 18th. The main emphasis of AMD’s Next Gen release is the Radeon R7 360, Radeon R7 370 and the Radeon R9 380 – which are all essentially rebrands of previous GPU cores.

The Fiji XT GPUs with HBM (memory) will be launching later – around the 24th of July. The lead item will most presumably get its own particular dispatch occasion separate from E3. The new Fiji XT GPU will arrive in a Water Cooling variant and could dispatch with 4GB of HBM1 as per most recent reports. It could include the redesigned GCN 1.3 architecture with a Cuda Cores of 4096. The HBM will be set utilizing an interposer for a 2.5D stack. The data transmission of the GPU will be 640GB/s generally two times of the Radeon R9 290X.

Its additionally worth bringing up that we are getting progressively uncomfortable with the absence of affirmation on the naming of the Fiji XT GPU. We know there are different cards approaching that will utilize the Fiji die, which makes just the Radeon R9 390X as Fiji XT progressively unrealistic. One of the significant explanations behind that will be that there just isn’t any room in the Radeon R9 300 series lineup for the Hawaii rebrand and Fiji controlled cards.

AMD Radeon R9 380, R9 370, R9 360 OEM Graphics Cards Specifications:

AMD Radeon R9 380 OEM AMD Radeon R9 370 OEM AMD Radeon R9 360 OEM
Process 28nm 28nm 28nm
GPU Codename Tonga Pro Pitcairn Pro Bonaire Pro
Compute Engines 28 16 12
Streaming Processors 1792 1024 768
Memory Clock 5.5 GHz 5.6 GHz 6.5 GHz
Core Clock 918 MHz 975 MHz 1050 MHz
Memory Bandwidth 176 GB/s 179.2 GB/s 104 GB/s
Power Connectors 2 x 6-pin 1 x 6-pin n/a
Freesync and DirectX 12 Support Yes/Yes No/Yes Yes/Yes