It seems like AMD is ready to pull a rabbit out of the hat as leaks related to Radeon R9 3xx series are gaining more hype day by day and now most possibly we will see the debut of AMD Radeon R9 390x at GDC 2015 according to the Stardock’s CEO, Brad Wardell. Also a few weeks ago, there were news that AMD has completed their homework with the new cooling solution provided by Cooler master and they will start demoing it at tech shows. Furthermore, it appears that is the thing that AMD is anticipating doing in the following short time, maybe starting with GDC one week from now.
AMD Radeon R9 390X Demo Coming Up At GDC 2015
We remind you that 1 month ago one of AMD fan is concerned about recent problems of GeForce GTX 970, asked on Facebook that when we can expect the release of the Radeon R9 380X or 390X before the release GTA V PC (remember that it has to appear on March 24 2015). Otherwise, he will have to choose the GeForce GTX 980 competitive (there’s nothing like a good blackmail;-)). AMD answered that for now they will not disclose the exact release date of cards, but work on them have been completed. By the way, the manufacturer is supposed to be very happy with the new cards and cannot wait to deal with 980-TKA (Cool! :P)..
Presently, there’s truly no beyond any doubt shot method for confirming this news, which is the reason you see the gossip tag above as you ought to. Be that as it may, it appears that it’s not simply PC equipment aficionados and gamers who are the main ones getting amped up for the new card design. Amusement engineers are likewise amped up for the possibility of playing with more design torque to make their recreations look simply that tiny bit better.
Jaymin Kessler and Dan Baker are both diversion designers. In spite of the fact that we’re more intrigued by Dan Baker because of his association with Oxide Games and Stardock. Brad Wardell the CEO of Stardock, is the person who said that AMD is taking a shot at something “Insane” for GDC amid a meeting a few weeks back. Oxide Games and Stardock banded together to make the Nitrious engine, the first Engine to backing AMD’s low level Mantle API. Both organizations are AMD gaming developed accomplices. Which implies they get Radeon equipment straightforwardly from AMD to create, test and approve on. So it’s truly conceivable that both of these amusement devs have as of now seen and utilized the new card or heard specifically from AMD about its capacities.
Well, at the end as usual quickly wrap the latest rumors specifications of R9 390X. Remember that these are rumors specifications so take it with a pinch of salt. The AMD Radeon R9 390X will feature a Fiji XT GPU core. Sporting 4096 stream processors / GCN units, 4Gb of stacked high-bandwidth memory / HBM running at 1.25GHz for a whopping 640GB/S of memory bandwidth.
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