With HBM chips it goes over 10 billion
The Fiji GPU behind the AMD Radeon Fury line of graphics cards is definitely a one big chip with 8.9 billion transistors, but during our short chat with, Raja Koduri, Corporate Vice President and CTO, Visual Computing at AMD and we learned that the number is even higher.
CEO and key people on stage
Dr. Lisa Su, AMD CEO, has just announced the Radeon Fury line of graphics cards. Fury is the brand behind the Fiji GPU codename and Lisa announced four new Radeon Fury graphics cards.
The 360, 370, 380 and two 390 series graphics cards
AMD's graphics product manager, Devon Nekechuk, with help of Richard Huddy, AMD's Chief gaming architect, have announced AMD's new Radoen R7 and Radeon R9 300 series graphics cards.
Livestream at the PC gaming event on July 16
AMD will unveil the card that know as the as Fiji XT. This watercooled card will be the first to use high bandwidth memory (HBM) technology.
Trading blows with Titan X
As we draw closer to the official unveil of AMD's Radeon 300 series lineup and the Radeon Fury flagship lineup, it does not come as a surprise that we now have some of the first unconfirmed 3DMark results where alleged Radeon Fury X graphics card is trading blows with the Geforce Titan X.
Fighting off Intel in tandem
Now that Intel and Altera have tied the knot, speculation is rife that AMD is going to merge with Xilinx.
Improved Hawaii and Tonga launch on the 18th
Many things are well known about the AMD Fiji XT HBM card, but we recently learned one interesting fact.
Fiji XT is water, Pro is Air
Fiji XT and Fiji PRO are two cards that AMD has in the game to fight the Geforce GTX 980 TI, Geforce GTX 980, as well as the pricey Geforce Titan X.
A bit higher than custom R9 290X 8GB
It appears that AMD might place a US $389 MSRP on the upcoming Radeon R9 390X graphics card, at least according to latest rumors.