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AMD Fiji release date confirmed at Computex - launches June 16th

Brace yourselves, Fiji is coming

AMD Fiji release date confirmed at Computex - launches June 16th

AMD Fiji release date confirmed at Computex - launches June 16th

 

Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, has shown the upcoming Fiji GPU die at Computex  2015. The core features four stacks of HBM memory, and it's huge. We also (finally) got a concrete release date. Fiji is surfacing June 16th, so prepare yourself.

 

AMD Fiji release date confirmed at Computex - launches June 16th

When asked if the 4GB of VRAM would limit performance by the crew of Hardware.fr, no concrete answer was given, although Joe Macri (Chief Technology Officer of AMD) did state that 4GBs would not limit performance and that their engineers are already busy optimizing memory usage.

 

AMD Fiji release date confirmed at Computex - launches June 16th

 

Another thing worth mentioning: they didn't actually show the card, but just the GPU die. Why they didn't show the card itself is beyond us, but 

Oh, before we forget: AMD has published another teaser, just for you.

 

 

Join the discussion on AMD Fiji launching June 16th on the OC3D Forums.

 

AMD's upcoming GPU with HBM memory stacks has been shown behind closed doors, and we've been given a concrete launch...

Posted by OC3D on Wednesday, 3 June 2015
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03-06-2015, 04:47:40

Thelosouvlakia
That die is 'oooogeQuote

03-06-2015, 05:08:14

MrKambo
ooooooooooooooooo

Got a feeling thats gonna be HOT! I can't wait to get mine Quote

03-06-2015, 05:11:21

ccbmedic
Surely 4gb is 4gb no matter what flavour it arrives in....I was always taught no matter how you dress it, a turd is still a turd! Can 4gb vram and new die compete with the gtx 980 ti? Its looking like this callsign will at long last hang up his amd hardware.Quote

03-06-2015, 05:17:25

MrKambo
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Originally Posted by ccbmedic View Post
Surely 4gb is 4gb no matter what flavour it arrives in....I was always taught no matter how you dress it, a turd is still a turd! Can 4gb vram and new die compete with the gtx 980 ti? Its looking like this callsign will at long last hang up his amd hardware.
That is some dramatic statement right there, without seeing it in action and seeing how HBM performs you can't call it a turd.

The fact its also new tech you cant expect them to chuck out stupid amount of memory it only pushes the prices up, and as we know people don't want to keep dropping £600 on graphic cards every 3 months!Quote

03-06-2015, 05:22:11

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by ccbmedic View Post
Surely 4gb is 4gb no matter what flavour it arrives in....I was always taught no matter how you dress it, a turd is still a turd! Can 4gb vram and new die compete with the gtx 980 ti? Its looking like this callsign will at long last hang up his amd hardware.

*** n000b point. You shall be educated in due course when the NDA lifts.Quote
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