Radeon Fury Specs Leaked, 3 Versions to be Released

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Radeon Fury Specs Leaked, 3 Versions to be released


Full Specifications for AMD's upcoming Fiji GPUs have surfaced, showing that there will be both air and water cooled versions of the new GPU.  

The Flagship Fiji GPU, the Radeon Fury X, will have a version which is air cooled and a version which is water cooled, with the lower end AMD Fury (non-X) which will be air cooled. Below are the full specifications, showing a huge leap in performance over the R9 290X and a large leap in GPU efficiency in addition to the large increase in core count. 


 Fury X (Water Cooled)Fury X (Air Cooled)Fury (Air Cooled)R9 290X
GPUFiji XTFiji XTFij ProHawaii XT
GCN GPU Cores4096409635842816
Render Output Units12812812864
Texture mapping Units256256224176
GPU Frequency> 1050MHz1050MHz1000MHz1000MHz
Memory interface4096bit4096bit4096bit512bit
Memory Frequency500MHz500MHz500MHz1025MHz
Memory bandwidth512GB/s512GB/s512GB/s320GB/s
CoolingLiquid Cooled, 120mm RadAir,3 Axial FansAir 3 Axial FansAir, Single Blower Fan
Launch Price?????????$549



One of the most interesting thing here is the new cooler design for the air cooled versions of the Radeon Fury GPUs, which instead of overly loud and insufficient blower fan on the R9 290X, AMD has decided to cool it with 3 Axial fans, which is similar in design to the cooler from the HD 7990, which was a dual core GPU which was released several years ago. 

While this cooler was not pictured, the planned 3 axial fans will make a cooler which will look and be similar in size to the HD 7990, which is pictured beside the GTX 780, the GTX Titan and an R9 290X below.  


Radeon Fury Specs Leaked, 3 Versions to be Released  

With a large air cooler the air cooled models of this GPU is likely intended to be made with a larger PCB than the water cooled version of the Fury X. It is now expected that the water cooled model of the Radeon Fury X will be much smaller than the Air cooled versions, making it more suitable for smaller PCs. There is no doubt this GPU will be the most powerful GPU of it's size at launch. 


AMD Radeon Fury Renders Leaked, Size Revealed.


In terms of GPU core design, it looks like AMD is using a more modern version of AMD's GCN Architecture, likely GCN 1.3, which will feature the memory compression ability (greatly increasing the effective GPU memory bandwidth) and the tessellation performance increased of AMD's GCN 1.2 architecture, Tonga, and also include some large increased in GPU performance per watt.

The TDP of the Radeon Fury is only 10 watts higher than the R9 290X, which is impressive given how many extra GPU cores it has. 


You can join the discussion on the Radeon Fury's Specifications on the OC3D Forums. 



Radeon Fury Specs have been leaked, showing that there are 3 versions of AMD's Fiji GPU core in the works.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/radeon_fury_specs_leaked_3_versions_to_be_released/1

Posted by OC3D on Wednesday, 10 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

10-06-2015, 04:39:35

Well certainly looks interesting enough. Would have been nice if the reference cooler for the 290x was the triple one, though I guess the price didnt really allow it with the margins that set.Quote

10-06-2015, 05:19:42

Tell us that you will have all three versions for review!Quote

10-06-2015, 05:31:20

WYP does reviews now?Quote

10-06-2015, 06:13:09

Although I'm close to being a Nvidia fanboy, I *seriously* hope AMD will kick ass with this release.. We so much need to see some competition in the top-end again. And by competition, I mean something that can perform while not requiring a small nuclear powerplant to run nor earplugs.Quote

10-06-2015, 07:04:51

Lol, small nuclear powerplant and earplugs?? Whatever.Quote

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