AMD is still in a mood to put their fans on waiting, but it seems like Gigabyte has pulled their socks in order to give some dose of AMD’s upcoming Graphics cards from their camp. Today the data sheet slides of Gigabyte Radeon R9 380 and Radeon R9 390 series graphics cards have been leaked via the courtesy of hardwareluxx. The data sheet offers brief insights in regards to the G1 Gaming configuration from Gigabyte and doesn’t uncover any key data with respect to the Graphics cards.
Gigabyte Radeon R9 380 4Gb G1 Gaming and Radeon R9 390X Pictured
AMD is going to dispatch whole Radeon 300 series lineup that will incorporate custom manufactured cards and from the looks of it, the cards have long been under production and prepared to hit retail anytime. AMD right now has a noteworthy card, reputed to be Codenamed Radeon Fury, which includes their superior Fiji GPU Core and it is also the first card to feature first Generation of HBM which is about 9x faster than current GDDR5 and also much compact in size. It can be normal that AMD will paper launch the card to show what they have for consumers.
Well lets come to the core part of this article. Gigabyte has three cards spilled out of the blue. The first is the Radeon R9 380 G1 Gaming which includes the WindForce x2 cooler. The new modification has a configuration plan from the WindForce x3 coolers that will be received by the top of the line cards including two PWM controlled fans with an exceptional razor sharp edge design that push air current to a focal aluminum based heatsink that has three 6mm heatpipes going through the heatsink and reaching the GPU surface to effectively disseminate heat. The card additionally incorporates a backplate which we have seen in past cycles of Gigabyte coolers and a WindForce LED light in blue shading.
The second leaked is about the Radeon R9 390 series, including both Radeon R9 390 (non-X) and Radeon R9 390X. At the moment we don’t have the exact specifications, the thing we know is that Radeon R9 380 will feature 4 GB of GDDR5 Video memory and you can also expect the rebranded GPUs from previous AMD Radeon 200 series lineup.
AMD Radeon 300 Series GPUs (Unofficial/ Not Confirmed):
|GPU||Card||200 Series Counterpart||GCN||VRM||Memory Frequency||Memory Bandwidth|
|FIJI XT||AMD Radeon||–||1.2||?||TBD||TBD|
|FIJI Pro||AMD Radeon||–||1.2||?||TBD||TBD|
|HAWAII XT||AMD Radeon R9 390X||Radeon R9 290X||1.1||8GB||1050/1500 MHz?||384 GB/s|
|HAWAII Pro||AMD Radeon R9 390||Radeon R9 290||1.1||8GB||1010/1500 MHz?||384 GB/s|
|TONGA XT||AMD Radeon R9 380X||Radeon R9 M295X||1.2||4GB/2GB||TBD||TBD|
|TONGA Pro||AMD Radeon R9 380||Radeon R9 285||1.2||4GB/2GB||970/1425 MHz||182 GB/s|
|Pitcairn XT||AMD Radeon R9 370||Radeon R9 270X||1.0||4GB/2GB||975/1400 MHz||179 GB/s|
|Bonaire XT||AMD Radeon R7 360X||AMD Radeon R7 260X||1.1||4GB/2GB||1050/1750 MHz||112 GB/s|
|Bonaire Pro||AMD Radeon R7 360||AMD Radeon R7 260||1.1||2 GN||1000/1750 MHz||112 GB/|