Asus is preparing to launch its Radeon R9 Nano, which will be different from the other models due to its white color. Unfortunately, the GPU is still based on the reference PCB. It is yet unclear whether AMD is planning to allow its partners to bypass all design restrictions.

Asus Radeon R9 Nano white is on the Track


The Asus Radeon R9 Nano  uses the same silicon Fiji XT  found in Radeon Fury X forming 4096 Stream Processors, 256 TMUs and 64 ROPs at a frequency of 1000 MHz (50 MHz less than Fury X) which together with 4 GB of memory HBM1 @ 500 MHz, and interface memory 4096 bits, we find a power 8.2 TFLOPS (Vs TFLOPS 8.6) with the same bandwidth of 512 GB / s. The most obvious difference is in the thermal power design of 175W, far from the 275W of Fury X. That is due to the limitations of Overclocking with a GPU.

The information is the complete with the length of the GPU, only 15 cm long. In terms of the display out there are three HDMI 1.4a and one DisplayPort 1.4a, and will go on sale in November.

Via: Videocardz

Previous articleColorfire Radeon R9 380X: Leaked Picture with Specifications, Performance near to R9 290
Next articleAssassin’s Creed Syndicate is Graphically Downgraded if compared with Unity – Comparison Video
Hardware enthusiast, Gamer, Writer. I enjoy picking up games, putting them back down, and then writing about it.