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AMD Project Quantum

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AMD Project Quantum

AMD Project Quantum

 

AMD Project Quantum, an Ultra Enthusiast PC with Dual Fury X GPUs with an amazingly small Form Factor.

This PC contains two of AMD's all new Fury X GPUs, which means that this GPU will have over 8000 GPU cores, making this PC one of the most dense PCs in terms of performance ever designed. This PC is designed to work flawlessly with VR, all thanks to AMD's Liquid VR Technology.

  AMD Project Quantum  

This System is comprised of two parts, the top half will be dedicated entirely to cooling and the bottom half will house all of the other components. The System is entirely watercooled, with AMD promising that this System will run cool and quietly when under full load. 

Right now this system's availability and pricing remains unknown, but we expect to hear more on this amazing PC later this year. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Project Quantum on the OC3D Forums. 

  

 

AMD Project Quantum, an Ultra Enthusiast PC with Dual Fury X GPUs with an amazingly small Form Factor.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/amd_project_quantum/1

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 16 June 2015
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16-06-2015, 16:19:11

Agost
Very interesting, AMD showed a lot more than I expected. However, I'm afraid it will cost a lotQuote

16-06-2015, 17:47:56

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Agost View Post
Very interesting, AMD showed a lot more than I expected. However, I'm afraid it will cost a lot
Why wouldn't it? It's two brand new Fury X cores.. it would be still be expensive if it was two 980ti cores as well

TBH i think this was more of a showcase to show that AMD can keep these cards cool enough in such a small space and having 2 in there was to emphasis that. It shows that they are actually improving. That's how I viewed it at leastQuote

16-06-2015, 18:22:46

Agost
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Why wouldn't it? It's two brand new Fury X cores.. it would be still be expensive if it was two 980ti cores as well

TBH i think this was more of a showcase to show that AMD can keep these cards cool enough in such a small space and having 2 in there was to emphasis that. It shows that they are actually improving. That's how I viewed it at least
By a lot I mean something like 5000+$.

Ironically enough, looks like the platform is based on Intel. Well, that's actually a good moveQuote

16-06-2015, 18:28:47

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Agost View Post
By a lot I mean something like 5000+$.

Ironically enough, looks like the platform is based on Intel. Well, that's actually a good move
If they only made a handful then $5000 would seem alright. It's intel because AMD know no one would buy it otherwise, hopefully their now Zen chips change thatQuote

16-06-2015, 18:32:25

Agost
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
If they only made a handful then $5000 would seem alright. It's intel because AMD know no one would buy it otherwise, hopefully their now Zen chips change that
By the time Zen is released the Fury X will be just an old, power hungry card

lol






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