Originally Posted by PontiacGTX
the 390 wont be hawaii, otherwise, what will cover the gap between a 380x and a 390x performance wise.and a amd conffirmed to use HBM so that chart is not valid.
It will be Hawaii, the 380 is a Tonga rebrand (therefore 380X will be full Tonga). 390 and 390X is Hawaii rebrand and Fiji (the card with HBM) will be AMD's new Titan-like card. Using common sense tells you this. There's no room for Fiji to be a 390X since they are using Hawaii as rebrands. Right now the 280X and 290X cover that gap, so obviously that will be perfectly fine to be a repeat.
What you aren't understanding here is what was thought to be the 390X is now actually going to be AMD's Titan card. So all those fake rumors you heard about Fiji being called the 390X were wrong. Fiji will not be a 390X it will be an entirely different card. The chart is valid, your ability to process information however is not.
To clarify for you:
So basically it will be the WCE (watercooled edition) of Fiji Titan Killer card for $800-850 then the Air cooled Fiji Titan Killer version of the card for $700-750 and then the 390X and 390 for $500 and $300 respectively and then the 380X for $250
Originally Posted by PureBlackFire
at this point I expect them to go belly up before next Christmas tbh.
Doubt it, they would get bought out by a larger company before that would happen.Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 5/19/15 at 5:11pm