AMD inadvertently leaked on its website the AMD Radeon Pro Duo, which translated into a hybrid between the Radeon R9 Fury X2 and AMD FirePro (professional graphics card). This means that it results in a Radeon Fury X2, but slightly longer equipped with  FirePro capabilities, also an advanced water cooling system signed by Cooler Master. The Radeon Pro Duo and will require three PCI-Express connectors for power (presumably 8-pins).

Radeon R9 Fury X2 Codenamed Is Radeon PRO DUO, World’s Fastest Gaming GPU with FirePro capabilities


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It is unclear what exactly would be shared between the series, but Radeon Pro Duo is clearly a different product. It is said to become the world’s fastest gaming graphics card and the best for a virtual reality experience, the Radeon Pro Duo is not only designed for players but also for game developers enabling them to develop and test their own game without purchasing a graphic part.

The Radeon Pro Duo would be presented on March 14, but may be available after 1 or 2 months of its official announcement. Regarding the specifications, as usual: two Fiji XT silicon that will offer 8192 Stream Processors, 512 TMUs and 128 ROPs at a frequency around 730 MHz with 8 GB of memory HBM1 @ 500 MHz with memory interface of 8192 bits give us a power of 12 TFLOPS.


AMD Radeon R9 Fury Series

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X2 /
AMD Radeon R9 Fury X
GPU 2x Fiji XT Fiji XT
Stream Cores 2x 4096 (8192) 4096
TMUs 2x 256 (512) 256
ROPs 2x 64 (128) 64
Computing Power ~12 TFLOPs 8.6 TFLOPS
Core clock 730 MHz TBC 1050 MHz
Memory Clock 500 MHz 500 MHz
Memory Bus 2x 4096 (8192)-bit 4096-bit
Memory 2x 4GB (8GB) HBM1  4GB HBM1
Bandwidth 2x 512 (1024) GB/s 512 GB/s

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