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AMD R9 Fury Specs detailed

AMD R9 Fury Specs detailed

AMD Fury and Fury X Prices announced

AMD R9 Fury Specs detailed

 

Specifications for AMD's R9 Fury have been detailed, making this $549 GPU look like a real GTX 980 killer in terms of price to performance. 

Below is a spec list which based on specifications we received from Tweaktown, or rather their "industry insider". 

 

 Fury XFuryR9 290X
GPUFiji XTFiji Hawaii XT
GCN GPU Cores409635842816
Render Output Units12812864
Texture mapping Units256224176
GPU Frequency1050MHz1000MHz1000MHz
Memory4GB HBM4GB HBM4GB DDR5
Memory interface4096bit4096bit512bit
Memory Frequency500MHz500MHz1025MHz
Memory bandwidth512GB/s512GB/s320GB/s
CoolingLiquid Cooled, 120mm RadNon-reference coolersAir, Single Blower Fan
Performance 8.6 TFLOPS8.6TFLOPS5.6TFLOPS
TDP275W-290W
GFLOPS/Watt28.728.719.4
Launch Price$649$549$549

 

According to our industry insiders, the Radeon R9 Fury will feature 3584 Stream Processors, down from the 4096 on the full Fury X. The Fiji-based GPU will be clocked at 1050MHz, which is identical to that of the Fury X. We have 4GB of High Bandwidth Memory that provides the same 512GB/sec of bandwidth, clocked at 500MHz (1GHz effective). We are being told to expect temperatures of the Fiji PRO-based R9 Fury to be less than 75C, which is considerably higher than the 50C or so from the watercooled Fury X.

 

 

The Fury  will use the latest iteration of AMD's GCN architecture making it compatible with the DirectX 12, Mantle and Vulcan APIs, FreeSync and VR Solutions like the Oculus Rift.

In sheer core count the R9 Fury GPU will be roughly 12.5% less powerful, but given the fact that this model will be available in non-reference versions and will likely be available with factory overclocks. This GPU in my opinion will be the most interesting GPU of this generation, with a price point which competes with the GTX 980, but specifications which should, in theory, beat it easily.

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's R9 Fury on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

04-07-2015, 08:30:07

Agost
Hope it's a decent overclocker, since all Maxwell cards overclock really wellQuote

04-07-2015, 09:08:36

Tolemac
I won't hold my breath that this card out performs the 980Quote

04-07-2015, 10:15:22

JR23
Have I lost my mind.

Was this not officially released by AMD two weeks ago and rumored a long time before that.

JRQuote

04-07-2015, 10:16:30

MadMarc
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Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
Have I lost my mind.

Was this not officially released by AMD two weeks ago and rumored a long time before that.

JR
Only the Fury X was released, not the non X version, the image is a bit confusingQuote

04-07-2015, 10:18:22

JR23
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Originally Posted by MadMarc View Post
Only the Fury X was released, not the non X version, the image is a bit confusing
Pretty sure they announced 4 cards Fury X, Fury, Fury Nano and Fury X2

JRQuote
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