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AMD 300 Series Roadmap Leaked

AMD 300 Series Roadmap Leaked

AMD R7 370 Pictured, a definite R9 270 rebrand

AMD 300 Series Roadmap Leaked. Fiji Delayed?

 

An AMD Roadmap has been leaked on the OCUK Forums, showing exactly what GPUs will soon be released, though at this point we cannot assume it's legitimacy at this point. All we can say right now is the information included looks correct given recent rumors.

We can see here that AMD is going to release the RX 300/ Fury series with 4 different GPU GPU cores. Fiji, AMD's new flagship GPU core, Grenada, which is expected to be a Hawaii Refresh, Antigua, an AMD Tonga Refresh and Trinidad, an expected Curacao/ Pitcairn Refresh.

 

AMD 300 Series Roadmap Leaked  

Curiously an R9 380X is missing from the next generation lineup and GPUs with AMD Fiji GPU core are not in line with the RX 300 Series, making it look like AMD's Fiji based GPUs will be arriving later than other R9 300 series product.

AMD is expected to Launc their new GPU lineup on June 16th at their E3 PC Gaming event, which AMD will be live casting. Let's hope this will mean the launch of some new products on store shelves as AMD really need some new product on the high end. 

 

You can join the discussion on the AMD 300 Series Roadmap on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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09-06-2015, 08:33:42

Asen
What's the point of doing rebrands? If the 390X is a 290X, it has to cost somewhere around 300$, otherwise it doesn't make any sense, since the 290X is around the price and performance of 970. And what's worst, weren't the lower end cards all rebrands of the 7000 series? What, the will rebrand them again? Things don't work like this, AMD. nVidia inovates while you are doing nothing, just releasing inaccesable cards for more than 500$.Quote

09-06-2015, 09:47:08

Jbo1234
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Originally Posted by Asen View Post
What's the point of doing rebrands? If the 390X is a 290X, it has to cost somewhere around 300$, otherwise it doesn't make any sense, since the 290X is around the price and performance of 970. And what's worst, weren't the lower end cards all rebrands of the 7000 series? What, the will rebrand them again? Things don't work like this, AMD. nVidia innovates while you are doing nothing, just releasing inaccessible cards for more than 500$.
Yup, a damn good question. Some of these chips are over 3 years old and the hawaii chips were good, but far too hot and power hungry........so rebranding the lot of them is essentially handing over the gpu market to Nvidia. It also begs the question of where the holy hell has their R&D budget gone for the last 2 years? Has it all been spent on Fiji?! If so then expect stupidly large price tags.Quote

09-06-2015, 09:52:18

Chrazey
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It also begs the question of where the holy hell has their R&D budget gone for the last 2 years? Has it all been spent on Fiji?! If so then expect stupidly large price tags.
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09-06-2015, 10:06:02

barnsley
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Originally Posted by Jimbo1234 View Post
If so then expect stupidly large price tags.
It'll still be cheaper than the Nvidia equivalent though.



I wonder if the X chips that are missing from the lineup will be cut down Fiji? Like the 7870 Tahiti was a cut down 7950?Quote

09-06-2015, 10:24:06

Davva2004
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