One of the hottest games this holiday season
We heard that AMD got quite a sweet deal involving one of the most eagerly awaited games of 2015.
12 cm fan and dual slot render
We saw how the Fiji XT card looks. AMD shared some data and the dummy cards with its partners who wanted to examine the custom cooling.
Another picture leaks
While we already had a chance to see a nice teaser of the upcoming Radeon Fiji GPU-based graphics card from EA/DICE's Johan Andersson, AMD has now released a new video teaser for it while some other site has leaked a much more revealing picture of a real graphics card.
First teaser of the Fiji GPU based flagship
Johan Andersson, Technical Director on Frostbite Engine at Electronic Arts, has teased the first real picture of the upcoming AMD flagship graphics card based on the Fiji GPU.
4GB first, 8GB to follow
Our well informed sources are telling us that Fiji is not going to be the cheapest chip on the market.
Not at E3
AMD is reportedly planning to launch the Fiji Radeon R9 390X at a dedicated launch event on June 24.
Next year HBM 2.0 but no name yet
AMD teases its audience with the new HBM High Bandwidth Memory product that is supposed to come soon.
Mainstream card sized
A modern high end graphics card tends to be quite big. It usually needs two slots for the cooler and is between 280 and 300 mm in the length.
Focused on low power
Greenland is the successor of Fiji, and we don’t think it will be radically new core. The main goal for Greenland is to bring more performance per watt to AMD GPUs in 2016.