AMD Releases Radeon R9 Fury X details + exclusive photos

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Okay, I have the two thumbs up to share the official data with you guys. AMD will release its high-end card based on FIJI GPUs very soon, expect reviews next week as well as availability. In this news-item I am going to share the official details and specifications of the Fury X alongside some photos. 

Fiji much like Tonga makes use of 3rd-gen GCN 1.2 architecture, same architecture but obviously scaled up towards a huge 4096 shader processors. The GPU core will be clocked at 1050 MHz and is tied to 4 GB High Bandwidth Memory. This memory runs at a nice 512 GB/s thanks to the extremely wide 4096-bit memory bus. based on 64 compute units thats 64 shader units per CU cluster. It has 64 ROP units and a whopping 256 texture memory units. The product will deliver performance of 8.6 TFLOPS. The HBM memory is indeed 4GB in total, four stacks of 1GB being clocked at 500 MHz, combined they will deliver 512 GB/s of bandwidth. 

The power usage will sit at roughly 275 Watt. The product as you guys know is liquid-cooled. Fury X will get three DP 1.2 ports and one HDMI 1.4 connector (there is no HDMI 2.0 support). The Fure X will be available starting June 24th for a price of 649 USD, which is 700 to 750 EURO based on your country and VAT. I attached some screen-shots that display all relevant information, have a peek please.

There she is, the LEDs are power load indicators, at this fully lit stage the GPU is 100% utilized. 

Everything about this card screams 4K. Below I have photos of the die and product I took yesterday at an AMD event. Again we have a unit in-house and you can expect the full review next week.

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