Likely on the 26th of April AMD will release its Radeon Duo Pro, a dual-Fiji GPU based card. Some slides have leaked onto the web, mostly showing the same stuff what was presented at the launch.
The Radeon Duo Pro with its two FIJI GPUs are tied towards a thick 120mm liquid cooling solution. The product will offer 16 teraflops of performance, indicating two fully enabled Fiji XT GPUs. AMD Radeon Pro Duo (dual-GPU Fiji) was developed under code-name Gemini would have 8 GB HBM1 graphics memory with a whopping 8192 stream processors.
|Radeon Pro Duo||Radeon R9 Fury X||Radeon R9 Nano||Radeon R9 Fury|
|GPU||2x Fiji XT||Fiji XT||Fij XT||Fiji Pro|
|Stream-processors||2x 4.096 (8192)||4.096||4.096||3.584|
|TMU's||2x 256 (512)||256||256||224|
|ROP's||2x 64 (128)||64||64||64|
|Perf||16,4 TFLOPS||8,6 TFLOPS||8,2 TFLOPS||7,2 TFLOPS|
|Core clock||1.000 MHz||1.050 MHz||1.000 MHz||1.000 MHz|
|mem speed||500 MHz||500 MHz||500 MHz||500 MHz|
|mem bus||2x 4.096 (8192)-bit||4.096-bit||4.096-bit||4.096-bit|
|Mem||2x 4 GB (8 GB) HBM1||4 GB HBM1||4 GB HBM1||4 GB HBM1|
|Bandwidth||2x 512 (1024) GB/s||512 GB/s||512 GB/s||512 GB/s|
AMD recently announced the product on its Capsaicin-event at GDC 2016. The slides originate from Videocardz.