Today we have received exclusive photos of ASUS Radeon R9 390X STRIX OC and specifications of the Asus Radeon R9 390X DirectCU II OC silicon-based graphics card based on Hawaii XT GPU Core comprised of 2816 Shaders Processors, 176 TMUs and 64 ROPs to a base frequency 1070 MHz, so in essence we have an AMD Radeon R9 290X with a slight overclock of 90 MHz to said reference model.

Asus Radeon R9 390X DirectCU II OC and STRIX OC filtered


Unlike other memory it passes as it doubles, reaching 8192 MB of memory GDDR5 @ 6000 MHz with memory interface  512 bits. The rest of the details are the same as R9 290x DirectCU II, for even shares the same cooling system. So far no surprise, reminding you that all Radeon R300 will be renamed versions of the Radeon R200, with the Radeon Fury the only ones that come with the new GPU Fiji and new memory HBM. According to current reports the AMD Radeon Fury allegedly features three GPUs, here we are talking about Fury Nano, Fury XT and Fury Pro. The Fury Nano is most likely the water cooled Fiji GPU we have seen all over. We additionally realize that triple fan variants will be available at the launch function. It would appear that AMD is preparing for very much a launch at E3.


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