After a month ago’s dispatch of the first Graphics card featuring High-Bandwidth Memory, the Radeon R9 Fury X, AMD is all situated to release yet another HBM powered GPU, this time the non-X Radeon R9 Fury.

AMD Radeon R9 Fury Beats the Geforce GTX 980 at 4K – Official Benchmarks


Much the same as the Fury X, this most up to date card is based on a cut-down version of FIJI GPU, and highlights 4K performance; on the other hand, there are a couple of things that make this specific card so uncommon.

To begin with, AMD can include cooling solutions they could call their own decision to the card – something very popular that the Fury X is denied of. Further, the Radeon R9 Fury is the first HBM GPU that launches in two AIBs custom versions, and will cost $549 US which is $100 lower than the Fury X.

Now lets come to the core of the article, the performance of the Fury GPU is faster than the GeForce GTX 980, as indicated by official leaked benchmarks. The benchmarks introduce in a press deck released before demonstrate that the Radeon R9 Fury GPU beats the GM204 based GTX 980 from NVIDIA by a distinction of 8-6 FPS on every game at 4K resolution.

Probably, the outcomes seem really amazing, however, they are still the first party benchmark and ought to completely be dealt with as being what is indicated. We ought to better sit tight for outsider surveys which I accept will surface genuine soon.

With respect to the spec-rundown of the R9 Fury, the cut-down GPU of the Fiji GPU is featuring 56 of 64 Compute Units (CUs) for an aggregate of 224 TMUs, 64 ROPs and 3584 Stream Processors. The 4 GB of HBM is clocked at 500MHz with a memory interface of 4096-bit. The Fiji GPU has a 1000MHz reference clock.

So folks what you think about this new Graphics card from AMD?