Cut-down Fiji GPU does the job at US $549
AMD has now officially announced its newest Radeon R9 Fury graphics card based on a cut-down version of the Fiji GPU with 4GB of HBM and US $549 price tag.
Coming in two versions with Tri-X cooler
While we already head a lot regarding specifications of the Fiji-based Radeon R9 Fury (non-X) graphics card, now these specifications are pretty much confirmed as two custom Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury graphics cards have leaked online.
Or at least rumoured
AMD mentioned that the AMD Radeon R9 Fury STRIX graphics card was coming out at the 'New Era of PC Gaming' presentation but we did not see anything.
€99,95 to get a single-slot Radeon Fury X
Following a recent teaser, EK Water Blocks, a well known liquid cooling gear manufacturer from Slovenia, have now officially launched its Radeon R9 Fury X water block, the EK-FC R9 Fury X.
Customise your own
In a novel marketing twist, AMD has released 3D printer files to encourage punters to customized Radeon their Fury X designs.
Might save its bacon
Fabless chipmaker AMD is hoping that it might be able to push into China.
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.
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.
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.
Available in 8GB and 16GB kits up to 1866MHz