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 R9 380X will be based on Tonga XT Core

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Apart from rebranded GPU cores we will also see some good improvements, in this case we know more details about the AMD Radeon R9 380X Graphics card which will be based on the silicon Tonga XT Core  and Graphics Core Next 1.2 architectures with 2048 Processors Shaders, 128 TMUs and 32 ROPs that will be supported by 3 and 6 GB of GDDR5 memory (yes! the GPU will be available in two versions) connected to a memory interface of 384 bits and a TDP of 190W.

For its part, the AMD Radeon R9 380 would Processors 1792 Shaders, 112 TMUs, 32 ROP’s, 2/4 GB of vRAM with memory interface 256-bit and keep the TDP of 190W.

On the other hand, we know that BCM 1.2 architecture is updated with the ability to compress colors, the same technology used in its latest NVIDIA and AMD GPUs talking about Maxwell promises to improve the performance of the game on a 5-7 percent.

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