We continue with the leaks of the AMD Radeon R9 380X, although in this case with the official benchmarks and specifications from AMD side. The AMD Radeon R9 380X officially launches in a few hours.

AMD Radeon R9 380X Official Specifications, focused on 1440p


AMD Radeon R9 380 Series – Specifications

AMD Radeon R9 380X AMD Radeon R9 380 AMD Radeon R9 285
Release date 19 November ’15 18 June ’15 Sep 2 ’14
GPU Antigua XT Antigua PRO Tonga PRO
Compute Units 32 28 28
Stram Processors 2048 1792 1792
TMUs 128 112 112
ROPs 32 32 32
Computing Power 3.97 TFLOPS  3.48 TFLOPS  3.29 TFLOPS
CPU frequencies 970 MHz 970 MHz 918 MHz
Memory frequencies 1425 MHz 1375 MHz 1375 MHz
Effective Mem.Clk 5700 MHz 5500 MHz 5500 MHz
Memory interface 256 bits 256 bits 256 bits
Width bank 182 GB / s 176 GB / s 176 GB / s
TDP 190W 190 W 190 W
Feeding 2x 6-pin 2x 6-pin 2x 6-pin
Recommended price 249 USD 199 USD 249 USD

Without a doubt, the Radeon R9 380X uses Antigua XT silicon with 32 Compute Units, 2048 Stream Processors, 128 TMUs and 32 ROPs a starting frequency of 970 MHz promises cope quite well, that is why it will join to 4 GB of GDDR5 memory with a frequency starting from 5700 MHz along with the memory interface of 256 bits, promises a bandwidth of 182 GB / s, all with a TDP of 190W that require two connectors PCI Express 6 + 6 pins. All those numbers give floating point performance of 3.97 TFLOPS.

Packed with AMD Technologies

  • VSR (Virtual Super Resolution): Get quality that rivals 1440p, even on a 1080p display while playing your favorite games thanks to AMD’s VSR.
  • AMD Eyefinity Technology: Expand your territory and customize your field of vision. Connect up to four displays on a single GPU for dynamic, panoramic multi-screen gaming. You’ll get an expansive experience that’s truly out of sight.
  • VULKAN: Support for this next-gen API for stunning, real-time graphics—giving the new wave of games direct control of GPU acceleration for max performance and predictability.
  • DirectX 12: Microsoft’s new technology enables great performance and dramatically improved GPU and CPU multiprocessing and multithreading performance – thanks to Async Shaders and Multi-threaded Command Buffer Recording – for more efficient rendering of richer and more complex scenes.
  • AMD Crossfire Technology: Scale up to four GPUs with AMD CrossFire and amplify your system’s graphics processing capability.
  • AMD Freesync Technology: Maintain extreme frame rates while playing the most demanding games, without frame-tearing or video stuttering, using AMD’s open-standard dynamic refresh rate technology that automatically synchronizes your GPU output with AMD FreeSync technology-enabled DisplayPort monitors.
  • AMD LiquidVR Technology: AMD is making VR as comfortable as possible by lowering the motion-to-photo latency. Enhance gaming realism and maintain ultra-immersive VR presence. Enjoy liquid-smooth visual performance and ultra-high frame rates and cross over to the other side of realistic virtual environments and interaction.

Regarding performance, as expected the GPU is twice as fast as a GeForce GTX 660, about 60 percent faster than the GeForce GTX 760 and looking a more modern model, about 30 percent faster the GeForce GTX 960, which allows you to run the Star Wars: Battlefront about near 60 FPS at a resolution 2K  2560 x 1440p. The card being based on the latest GCN 1.2 iteration, which is the same GCN (Graphics Core Next) revision as the Fiji graphics core is fully compliant with features like Color Compression, Vulkan API support and DirectX 12 API support. The GPU will be released with a price tag of $249 for Overclocked version and $229 for reference models, so it would be more profitable to buy a Radeon R9 290 about $280.


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Thanks: Wccftech

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