The premiere of the New Graphics card series Radeon Rx 300 is coming increasingly larger steps – also when it comes to mid-priced models. The latest news is coming from the company ASUS.

On the official forum thread of manufacturer appeared designed to model Codenamed STRIX-R7360X-DC2OC-2GD5 – So it comes out that it is a Radeon R7 360X STRIX version (uses DirectCU II cooling). This model is equipped with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, while the frequencies will be higher than the factory clock version.

The Radeon R7 360X will be the refreshed version of Radeon R7 260X – and it would be based on the Bonaire GPU Core. Well, for now these are unofficial information so take it with a heavy pinch of salt.


Since AIB channel seeding has started, the implied launch date of the AMD next generation lineup (Computex 2015) begins to bode well. The  most interesting card, and the particular case that will have everyone’s eyes on it will be the Fiji XT leader obviously. We will update you as often as possible in the event that we learn much else about the spilled codename. Here is a recap of the leaked codenames:

AMD Fiji GPU AMD R9 390X Flagship
AMD Grenada GPU Improved Hawaii Core
AMD Antigua GPU Re-branded Tonga Core
AMD Trinidad GPU Probably Pitcairn
AMD Tobago GPU New Core – Probably AMD R7 360X GPU

Source: ASUS, WCCFTech

Previous articleMicrosoft Windows 10 Coming At The End of July – AMD
Next articleXbox One New Software Update Now You Leave The Voice Messages Whilst In The Party
Hardware enthusiast, Gamer, Writer. I enjoy picking up games, putting them back down, and then writing about it.