So with the imminent launch of the highly anticipated AMD Fury graphics cards, it was only a matter of time before someone accidentally published a review before the NDA. In this case, DigitalStorm dropped the ball.
As we all know, the AMD Fury range is based on the newest Fiji architecture and will feature High Bandwidth Memory v1. Previously rumoured to offer AMD R9 295×2 performance in a package as small as the NVIDIA GTX 970 ITX, this was set to be one of the best graphics card innovations in years.
We have covered a lot of news regarding the AMD R9 Fury range, how it should be a better performer than the Titan X, the same cost as a GTX 980, the same size as a GTX 970 ITX and water cooled like its older brother, the R9 295×2. However, solid performance details have been scarce with only one or two charts popping up and all contradicting each other.
We will keep this post updated as we get more details, so stay tuned to your F5 button.
Was this the performance you was expecting from the new AMD Fury X? Let us know in the comments.
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