Sapphire announced the launch of its  Radeon R9 Fury Nitro, which comes to replace the R9 Fury Tri-X formidable implementing a cooling system which makes it very long (12.5 centimeters). This model promises a high cooling with a low noise thanks to the 3 fans featuring 9 blades.

The SAPPHIRE NITRO R9 FURY is based on an exciting new GPU from AMD that combines Graphics Core Next architecture with the revolutionary high bandwidth memory (HBM). Cooled by the award-winning Tri-X cooler, the new NITRO FURY now comes with the SAPPHIRE original PCB design with an enhanced power design for better power efficiency. The design goal of new SAPPHIRE NITRO FURY is cool, quiet and overclockable for gamers who wants the best out of its class.Sapphire-r9-fury-nitro-backplate

The Sapphire Radeon R9 Nitro Fury uses a GPU  Fiji PRO forming Stream Processors 3584, 224 TMUs and 64 ROPs to a base frequency  1050 MHz  (vs 1000 MHz for the reference model) with  4 GB of memory HBM1 @ 500 MHz with a bus of 4096 bits yielding a bandwidth of 512 GB / s  powered by two PCI-Express 8-pin connectors. Price or availability of product is still not announced.

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