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AMD Radeon R9 Fury X confirmed (kind of)

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In the recent days there has been a some benchmarks and photos leaked of the new AMD flagship, the R9 Fury X. Hardware Battle has posted slides from what's supposedly a AMD presentation. Hardware Battle is quite accurate when it comes to GPU leaks, but take it with a grain of salt.


 


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Here's the description of the card, supposedly taken from the official presentation: 


 



AMD Radeon R9 Fury X


 


AMD’s most advanced and innovative GPU to date, AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics delivers the highest GPU memory  and width ever for unparalleled 4K and VR gaming. Push your settings to the max with your ideal screen resolution and config (6K gameplay using AMD Eyefinity technology – no problem!),


and get ready to redefine reality with amped support for AMD LiquidVR™. Exploit DirectX® 12 and Vulkan™ APIs and AMD CrossFire™ and FreeSync™ technologies.


Coveting quiet, mod-friendly and liquid-cooled technology? It’s all here – and with incredible new levels of design flexibility and scale.


MAKING BEAUTIFUL MEMORY.


AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics is the world’s first graphics card to integrate on-chip High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) technology.


AMD’s lastest industry innovation delivers more than 3X the bandwidth per watt over GDDR5 and a 4096-bit memory interface for incredible new advances in power and efficiency.


ENJOY THE VIEW.


AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics is engineered for 4K gaming, DirectX® 12 and Vulkan™ APIs, max settings, and ultimate monitor configuration flexibilicy.


Expand your field of view with AMD Eyefinity technology and experience the smoothest 6K gameplay using 3×1 1440p FreeSync™-enabled monitors.


SMALL SIZE. GIANT IMPACT.


The sleek, envy-inducing new form of AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics packs an onboard GPU Tach activity meter and LED illumination, plus the raw graphics processing power for a true CPU paradigm shift.


REDEFINE REALITY.


AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics is blazing the trail in virtual reality.


AMD LiquidVR™ ensures world-class VR experiences with low latency and a broad level of head mounted display compatibility.



 


 


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Here we see the "official" render of the Fiji silicon itself. 


 


 


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Here we see the I/O which is includes 3 Displayports and 1 HDMI. 


There is no exhaust for a fan because the card will use a external radiator and fan to take care of cooling


 


Source:


http://videocardz.com/56273/amd-radeon-fury-x-confirmed



Yeah, right guys? Guys?

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My body is ready.


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Just saw this posted on OC3D facebook page as well. Not that it's anything new, but nice to see the marketing direction they've taken. To all those people touting that 4GB vram isn't enough for 4K and it will be the death of this card: AMD appear to putting ALL the emphasis on 4K with the marketing direction, so having "only" 4GB of vram appears to be a non-issue.

 

 

EDIT: Clarity.

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Inb4 slower than a 980Ti (lets hope not).


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To all those people touting that 4GB vram isn't enough for 4K and it will be the death of this card: AMD appear to putting ALL the emphasis on 4K with the marketing direction, so having "only" 4GB of vram appears to be a non-issue.

I remember they said something about how their current GPUs and games by default are not efficient with VRAM. I.e.they store loads of unnecessary stuff in VRAM and that they are going to be able to manage this more efficiently with the Fiji driver.
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I remember they said something about how their current GPUs and games by default are not efficient with VRAM. I.e.they store loads of unnecessary stuff in VRAM and that they are going to be able to manage this more efficiently with the Fiji driver.

As with anything that requires game developers to not be lazy, I wont hold my breath. I just hope AMD provides good drivers at game releases, much like they did with GTA5, and none of this "GameWorks held us back..." bullshit.

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No exhaust at the back? hmm.... Interesting...


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Lighten up, just a joke.

 

Come on AMD, shock us all.


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If I can change the LED colour than I will be so damn happy. 

Getting sick of the rumours though, just release the damn GPU already >.<


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Man that's a small card...

I hope they make ones with full sized coolers on top of that small pcb.


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Man that's a small card...

I hope they make ones with full sized coolers on top of that small pcb.

don't think they can, it will break the PCB - what was the TDP for this? 300W

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don't think they can, it will break the PCB - what was the TDP for this? 300W

They better find a way, they aren't going to fit a 300w capable cooler in 3cm² ...


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Lighten up, just a joke.

 

Come on AMD, shock us all.

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Let's wait and see the benchmarks before I get on the hype train on a product that I can't buy ... 


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Since the memory is on the chip itself, it is way easier to design a PCB.

 

It is already known that there will be a 3 fan variant, which suggests that there are already bigger PCB designs.


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Lighten up, just a joke.

 

Come on AMD, shock us all.

 

Oh, I really hope you didn't just spoil the latest game of thrones episode for me.  :angry:

 

OT: Nothing new really. 

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No exhaust at the back? hmm.... Interesting...

 

Full water block. No fan needed on the card. ;)

 

This is one thing people are overlooking when they claim the water cooled Fury will be too expensive at $850. It's right in line with the 980Ti waterblock only cards, but also includes a rad and pump.


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Since the memory is on the chip itself, it is way easier to design a PCB.

 

It is already known that there will be a 3 fan variant, which suggests that there are already bigger PCB designs.

 

Don't need a bigger PCB just for air cooling. 


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Well if the base PCB is small maybe just maybe they can do a Triple GPU card if they extend the PCB out. I know that it would have an Insanely high TDP if it was a triple GPU, but imagine a single card with three GPUs and imangine adding two of those cards to your rig for in "Theory" six way Crossfire.


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Don't need a bigger PCB just for air cooling. 

Well yes and no. 

They can like, keep the PCB, extend the heatsink and put a solid backplate to hold it together, but it depends on the cost.

 

4 days left, so no need to start speculating and so on.


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Well yes and no. 

They can like, keep the PCB, extend the heatsink and put a solid backplate to hold it together, but it depends on the cost.

 

4 days left, so no need to start speculating and so on.

 

They very well might use a longer PCB for the air cooled versions. Would allow them to space out the VRMs etc. so the heat isn't being produced in a smaller concentrated area. I was just pointing out that it's not necessarily required to have a longer PCB for air cooling. ;)

 

Indeed - and they will be 4 very long days. :P Need to stay busy so the time goes by more quickly. :D


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