AMD is really extremely near to expose its next-generation variety of GPUs, however the hottest specifics of the Radeon R9 390X has it rocking an all-in-one ( AIO ) liquefied cooler produced by Cooler Master.

AMD Radeon R9 390X Will Hit Market In “4 To Six Weeks”

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AMD is going to supposedly dispatch its reference Radeon R9 390X with an AIO cooler nevertheless AIB affiliates such as SAPPHIRE, XFX etc. will certainly pack their particular coolers. WCCF Tech is reporting that the brand-new Radeon 300 series, even more precisely the flagship Radeon R9 390X will certainly be introduced in “four to six weeks”, which implies we will find it released in end of March, or may be an initial portion of April.

AMD has declared that it’s focusing on something “crazy” for the Game Devs Conference (GDC) 2015, which kicks off in at the beginning of March. This recent info could possibly be accurate, with AMD flaunting its brand new GPU at GDC 2015, that is definitely extremely thrilling

As per few reports unleashed earlier simply reflected that AMD might launch their Radeon R9 390X with an AIO cooler from Asetek , exactly like it has done with the Radeon R9 295X2, however this brand new details has Cooler Master imparting the AIO cooler. Asetek received the latest order from an “undisclosed OEM” for a desktop GPU that will dispatch in the Q2 of 2015, with the final product leading to $2 million to $4 million in profit for Asetek.

This may produce around 50 ,000 to 100 ,000 units, wherein shortly after this, the details leaked on Asetek supplying the AIO cooler for AMD. After a few months elapsed, we observed AMD re-release its FX-9590 processor with a Cooler Master liquefied cooling product, which substituted the preceding unit which was produced by Asetek. Cooler Master apparently certified the design of the cooler from Asetek, which gives a a significant hint at precisely what is occurring at this point.

Source: WCCF-Tech