US $649.99 priced mini-ITX graphics card
AMD has now officially launched its newest Radeon R9 Nano graphics card, a 6-inch mini-ITX graphics card based on a fully enabled Fiji GPU with 4096 Stream Processors and a hefty US $649.99 price tag.
Official specification slide leaks
Scheduled to launch tomorrow, full specifications for the AMD Radeon R9 Nano have found their way online and thanks to a leaked company slide we now know that it will be based on a fully enabled Fiji GPU.
Hands-on pictures appear online
According to the latest rumors, AMD should launch its short Fiji-based AMD Radeon R9 Nano graphics card on Thursday, August 27th, with the market availability expected a week later.
To compete with upcoming Geforce GTX 950
While Nvidia is looking for a way to replace the GTX 750 Ti by launching the GTX 950, and have a graphics card that will be faster than the Radeon R7 370, AMD is not sitting idly and is apparently preparing to launch the Radeon R7 370X.
Not to be known as the GTX 950 Ti
We now have some of the newest alleged details for the Geforce GTX 950 graphics card that should launch on August 17th.
No X and three aircoolers
Everyone was excited about the water-cooled Radeon R9 Fury X, and now it is time for the non-X version.
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.
€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.
AMD indeed fixing pump-block noise on Fury X
While reviewers and buyers have complained about a rather loud whine coming from the AiO cooler pump-block on the Radeon R9 Fury X graphics card, it appears that it was indeed limited to initial batch as revised pump-block have been now spotted and it produces much less noise.