The AMD Radeon graphics card leaks continue, this time with photos of custom models from Gigabyte, XFX, and Asus, though to call some of the details obtained “leaks” might be generous, as many retailers in the US and China have started selling the hardware early. The following XFX card photos are from retail versions purchased within the last 24 hours:
The photos show the R9 380 and the R7 360 cards, unboxed, both of which feature the company’s patented Ghost 3.0+ double dissipation cooling design. From the looks the rear I/O of the R9 380, it features a DVI-D, DVI-I, a full-sized DisplayPort, and an HDMI port, while the R7 360 has just and HDMI, DVI-D, and a VGA port.
The XFX AIB is on sale now in some stores, and the available cards include the R9 390X 8GB DD, R9 390 8GB DD, R9 380 2GB DD, R7 370 2GB DD, and R7 360 2GB DD models.
Gigabyte’s AIB introduces six new 300 series cards: R9 390X 8GB Gaming G1, R9 390 Gaming G1 8GB, R9 380 Gaming G1 4GB, R9 380 WindForce 2x OC 2GB, R7 370 WindForce 2x OC 2GB, and R7 360 OC 2GB. VideoCardz has managed to get its hands on the following press images of the R9 380 and R7 360, all of which feature the WindForce custom cooling solution, allowing factory overclocking:
The third leak is relatively minor, showing us the box art for Asus’ R9 380 and R7 370 variations, though the images do confirm that both models will feature the company’s Strix design, meaning that the cards will boast 0dB running:
Finally, we have a list of recommended retail prices for each card, as suggested by AMD:
The official launch of AMD’ Radeon 300 series is due on 16th June at E3.
Thank you WCCF Tech for providing us with this information.