We still have to wait a couple of days until we get to see some performance benchmarks and reviews of the new AMD Fury X graphics card powered by the Fiji GPU and with HBM memory. The release is scheduled for the 24th, but not everyone keeps up their end of the deal and release information prior.
That has given us all the beautiful photos of this new card that you see in this article, but it doesn’t stop with photos and more information has been released in form of a GPU-Z screenshot detailing the actual specifications.
The interesting part about the GPU-Z screenshot is found in the ROPs. AMD had previously disclosed 64 Render Output units but the GPU-Z clearly shows 128 here. Whether that is a bump up, false read information or something else, we don’t know. It’s still interesting, but we’ll have to wait for the official launch to get anything confirmed.
Other specifications for the Radeon R9 Fury X are that it uses the full version of AMD’s Fiji GPU named Fiji XT. This 596mm² GPU features 4GB HBM memory, over four thousand GCN stream processors, 256 texture mapping units and a massive 4096bit memory interface.
None of Fiji’s architectural details are embargoed and while AMD didn’t disclose any of them, that allows for others to reveal them and we’ll hopefully get more information about it soon.
In the meantime, you can enjoy all the photos below of the new AMD Radeon Fury X Graphics cards that already have been published on various outlets.
More than one person leaked photos of this beautiful card ahead of launch and we get another set of photos.
We also get to see it built-in and powered on. This gives a much better impression of the overall card than photos of just the card on its own.
Thanks to WCCFtech for providing us with this information