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Dammit, Fiji coming this summer? So maybe in August?


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Holy balls this looks impressive! Fury Nano FTW!


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Wait wait wait, look at the nano fan. Any enthusiast should know exactly what that is. Even the air-cooled uses a Gentle Typhoon 2150 (or lower) RPM fan! HALLELUJAH AMD GETS IT RIGHT!

 

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5k 60 fps gaming

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She said 5k 45 fps


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That nano is adorable

 

also dual gpu fiji?

 

つ ◕_◕ ༽つ price


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No way it will be half the power consumption.

It has to be, look at the cooler


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No pricing yet?


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R9 Nano. Holy shit,  GPU more powerful than a 290x with half the watts (150w). Did I hear that right?

 

That came out of nowhere. Damn that looks pretty interesting.


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Fury Nano looks great for small systems. Would look kind of weird in large systems though. But I'm sure that's a stigma we'll all get over as tech becomes smaller over the years anyway.

 

 

Isn't NVIDIA planning on adopting HBM2 for their Pascal cards though?


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R9 Nano. Holy shit,  GPU more powerful than a 290x with half the watts (150w). Did I hear that right?

I'm 95% sure she made a mistake and meant half the watts for the same performance or double the performance per watt. Double the efficiency.


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She said 5k 45 fps

5k 45fps on a single gpu is damn impressive D:


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She said 5k 45 fps

Tomb Raider at 60 and ultra settings 5K.


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Did she say "it's been years since we've been working on this technology"? :huh:

You should be able to understand that pretty easy if you weren't nitpicking

" We've been working of this for years"


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Guys...all our previous rumours and speculation are being destroyed right now!


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R9 Nano (Fiji) if that's full Fiji then that's impressive.

 

 

lol beat you too it lol look at the ones I posted before 

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