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With the release of Nvidia's GTX TITAN X and AMD hot on their heels with increasing speculation up towards E3 2015 (06/16/15) for an official announcement of the R9 Radeon Fury X. Things are about to get exciting with innovative technology and API such as HBM, FREESYNC, DIRECT X 12, VULCAN. Let's start the discussion here:



SpecificationsR9 Radeon NanoR9 Radeon FuryR9 Radeon Fury XR9 Radeon Fury X2
Process28nm Fiji28nm Fiji28nm Fiji XT28nm Fiji XT
Transistors-8.9 Billion8.9 Billion-
Engine Clock-Up to 1000 MHzUp to 1050 MHz-


Stream Processors

-35844096-
Compute Performance-8.6 TFLOPS8.6 TFLOPS-
Texture Units-224256-
Texture Fill-Rate-244.2 GT/s268.8 GT/s-
ROPs-6464-
Pixel Fill-Rate-66.6 GP/s67.2 GP/s-
Z/Stencil-256256-
Memory Bit-Interface4096-Bit4096-Bit4096-Bit4096-Bit
Memory Type4GB HBM4GB HBM4GB HBM8GB HBM
Memory Speed / Data Rate-500 MHz / 1.0Gbps500 MHz / 1.0Gbps-
Memory Bandwidth-Up to 512 GB/sUp to 512 GB/s-
Typical Board Power175W275W275W
Price (MSRP)-$549$649-
AvailableSummer 2015July 14, 2015June 24, 2015Fall 2015




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AMD Eyefinity technology

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AMD Gaming Evolved Client powered by Raptr

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AMD FreeSync™ technology

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GCN architecture

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No stuttering. No tearing. Just gaming.

AMD FreeSync™ technology puts an end to choppy gameplay and broken frames with fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate.

Behold the next breakthrough in PC gaming performance. The FreeSync™ technology in select AMD APUs and GPUs resolves the communication issues between processor and monitor, eliminating image tears and choppiness for effortlessly smooth gameplay.








In perfect sync

PC gaming has always been a contest between GPU rendering and monitor update rates. Even solutions like "v-sync" don't always fix jerkiness, and come with associated downsides like reduced mouse responsiveness and lower frames per second. AMD FreeSync™ technology resolves those issues, delivering perfectly smooth gameplay and peak performance. Our groundbreaking hardware/software platform, built upon industry-standard DisplayPort™ Adaptive-Sync, enables AMD APUs and GPUs to directly control the update rate of a compatible monitor. The upshot? The monitor updates the moment a new picture is ready, giving gamers unbelievably smooth, responsive, tearing-free games.

Putting the Free in FreeSync™

Once again AMD makes gaming history - with the world's first virtually "zero-cost" technology to enable perfectly smooth gameplay with no costly proprietary hardware, royalties, or licensing costs. That means monitors with AMD FreeSync™ technology deliver perfectly smooth gaming for up to $300 less than comparable displays with competing technologies.2 So even on a budget, you have more cash for what really matters: FPS!


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AMD R9 Radeon FURY (X)Download Link
AMD R9 Radeon FURY XLink
AMD R9 Radeon FURYLink
AMD R9 Radeon NANOLink
AMD R9 Radeon FURY X2Link

AMD Catalyst Driver Version X Windows (Latest on top)Download LinkFeatures
AMD Catalyst™ Display Driver version 15.7DownloadTBA
AMD Catalyst™ Display Driver version 15.15DownloadTBA

More information shortly as soon as we get solid details from AMD. Be sure to follow these links for further updates:

 

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AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X Graphics: Product Overview:


Introducing the AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X GPU: Pushing the boundaries of what is possible:


AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X Graphics: Industrial Design




The AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics card industrial design was created with the goal of embodying a professional, elegant and simple design. Using multiple pieces of aluminum die cast finished in black nickel and a soft touch black, the full metal construction makes the graphics card feels as good as it looks. We are extremely pleased with the outcome of the design but also understand there are always different design ideas out there.

During the process of creating the industrial design for the AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics card we encountered a variety of unique perspectives within AMD on how it should look. These differentiating opinions made us think, what if we could enable our customers to implement their own creativity on our design? To do this we incorporated a removable front plate on the AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics card to allow for customer creativity. Below you will find a link to download the 3D model for the face plate to help get you started on designing your own 3D printed or CNC front plate.

Please ensure to take all necessary precautions prior to removing the front plate from the graphics card; these include but are not limited to:

  • Do not remove the front plate while the graphics card is installed inside a system
  • Do not remove the front plate while the graphics card is powered or operational
  • Ensure your workspace is clear of debris and appropriate electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection is taken
  • The front plate can be removed by removing the four hex screws from the front of the graphics card as illustrated below
    • Do not remove any other screws or modify any other components on the graphics card
  • Use a proper hex key or screwdriver to remove the screws from the front plate to avoid damaging the screws
    • When reinstalling the screws do not to over tighten the screws



Be sure to share with us your creations and we'll highlight some of our favorites.



Download the front plate 3D model HERE

IMPORTANT: AMD's product warranty does not cover damage to your graphics card or system caused in whole or in part by removing, modifying or reinstalling the AMD Radeon Fury X faceplate, which activities you agree to carry out at your own risk. AMD will not provide replacement faceplates for any faceplates lost or damaged, nor will AMD be liable for any damages to the graphics card or your system caused during the removal, modification or reinstallation of the faceplate.

RadeonR9FuryXfrontplate.zip 295k .zip file


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AMD R9 Radeon Fury X Reviews

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TechPowerUp

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X 4 GB

06/24/15Link
Toms Hardware

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X 4 GB

06/24/15Link
Hardware Canucks

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X 4 GB

06/24/15Link
Guru 3D

The Radeon R9 Fury X Analyzed: AMD Unleashes Fury

06/24/15Link
Bit-Tech

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X Review

06/24/15Link
OverClock3D.net

AMD R9 Fury X Review

06/24/15Link
HardOCP

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X Video Card Review

06/24/15Link
Hexus

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X 4GB

06/24/15Link
VMOD Tech

AMD RADEON™ R9 FURY X 4GB HBM 4096-bit Review

06/24/15Link
TechFrag

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X Official Benchmark Results Released

06/24/15Link
Hardware.FR

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X : le GPU Fiji et sa mémoire HBM en test

06/24/15Link
SWE Clockers

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X

06/24/15Link
Hardware.INFO

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X review: AMD's new flag ship graphics card

06/24/15Link
Jagat Review

Review Radeon R9 Fury X: AMD Gaming VGA Best When It!

06/24/15Link
HispaZone

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X Series

06/24/15Link
Forbes

Radeon R9 Fury X Review: This Is AMD At Their Best

06/24/15Link
PC Gamer

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X tested: not quite a 980 Ti killer

06/24/15Link
TechReport

AMD's Radeon R9 Fury X graphics card reviewed: The red team vents its Fury

06/24/15Link
PC World

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X graphics card review: AMD's long-awaited 4K powerhouse

06/24/15Link



AMD R9 Radeon Fury Reviews

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AMD R9 Radeon Nano Reviews

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AMD R9 Radeon Fury X Dual Reviews

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I want to join this thread officially so bad I'd sell my grandma if it made it happen faster. While I am unsure about HBM effects on throughput vs vram size and high resolutions with games. I am hoping for the best on that front. If not I may be joining 290x 8gb until 3xx comes with 8 gb :)
 

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I want to join this thread officially so bad I'd sell my grandma if it made it happen faster. While I am unsure about HBM effects on throughput vs vram size and high resolutions with games. I am hoping for the best on that front. If not I may be joining 290x 8gb until 3xx comes with 8 gb :)
Same here! I'm looking forward to a possible announcement at E3 and any information from Computex 2015.
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$849.00 (390x) is a quote coming from insiders @ newegg and some Chinese distribution outlets. -Sources are the same ones who leaked the correct price 295x2 months before they came out.

Personally , I wouldn't buy these cards at launch. AMD has a history of taking their time on perfecting drivers for newly released cards. Delayed drivers for AAA titles , buggy crossfire profiles.. Knowing AMD's history we have a lot of frustration to look forward to .
 
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Yeah i am used to AMD now, plus im locked into AMD with my setup now. 849$ is really too much for my tastes. That said i bought my 290's on launch day and liked them even with driver issues. I don't think people will have any issues with one of these 390x which is what most likely will be the most used scenarios. I don't expect it to be perfect out the gate, it's just the way the PC market is nowadays.

If they do cost 850$ then i may hold off unless they are just too irresistible on performance. Really my biggest factors are going to be price, and extreme resolution performance 4k+. So i also wonder what the secondary top card will be like price/perf wise.
 

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I don't think the 390x will be released before the 390 does. If I remember correctly it will be a few weeks late compared to other 3xx series cards. Price wise I believe the 390 will be a sub $600.00 card so that could be affordable if the performance in 4k is there.

- I'm waiting on the 395x2 ($1500.00 msrp) which will be out months later. By then the drivers and crossfire bugs should be ironed out.. (hopefully)
 

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I think something just popped up on the radar
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So much awesome! I'm in for two! Maybe even three if the drop a 395X2 and a 390X for some Tri-fire in an MATX
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I wonder what the power requirements will be.
Judging by how small it is HBM really made an impact on the Cards physical size so i imagine power consumption might be down as well
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Loving the Metal shroud though.......so much awesome in that alone
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