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AMD R9 Fury X2 PCB Pictured

AMD R9 Fury X2 PCB Pictured

AMD R9 Fury X2 PCB Pictured

 

The PCB for AMD R9 Fury X2 has just been pictured online, showing a massive decrease in size when compared to AMD's previous dual-GPU flagship, the R9 295X2 (pictured above). The GPU will be powered by two 8-pin PCIe power, like it's predecessor it will likely draw power beyond PCI power specifications from these connections.

 

AMD R9 Fury X2 PCB Pictured  

AMD has said tonight that the R9 Fury X2 will be releasing at some point in fall 2015, which likely means that their are yield issues with AMD's Fiji GPUs due to it's all new memory architecture. 

The PCB is very short for this kind of GPU, but it comes with more height than a standard GPU. The GPU pictured is a single slot GPU, which is narrower than AMD's standard AIO water cooled GPUs. This could be because this GPU will come with a full cover water block, or that this GPU was taken from AMD's Project Quantum, where space saving methods were required by its design.

This GPU will pack 8192 GCN cores and will will pack more than 17 TFlops of GPU power, making this the most powerful GPU ever made, provided that Nvidia do not have similar plans in the works with a Titan X2 or a GTX 990. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Nvidia R9 Fury X2 on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

The PCB for AMD's R9 Fury X2 has just been pictured. It is surprisingly small for the power it is intended to pack.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/amd_r9_fury_x2_pcb_pictured/1

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 16 June 2015
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16-06-2015, 17:39:06

Tripp
This looks amazing, its bloody tiny in compared to the 295x2Quote

16-06-2015, 17:42:53

NeverBackDown
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AMD has said tonight that the R9 Fury X2 will be releasing at some point in fall 2015, which likely means that their are yield issues with AMD's Fiji GPUs due to it's all new memory architecture.
They are no yield issues. HBM1 has been in production for 2 years, and in mass production for 9 months.. Think they are past that and past those rumorsQuote

16-06-2015, 17:45:01

Kaapstad
Only 2 X 8 Pin power connectors ?

I don't think soQuote

16-06-2015, 17:48:54

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
Only 2 X 8 Pin power connectors ?

I don't think so
Never know.. they could surprise us with their advancements..Quote

16-06-2015, 17:48:56

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
They are no yield issues. HBM1 has been in production for 2 years, and in mass production for 9 months.. Think they are past that and past those rumors
yeah, but the process of using it with GPUs is still in it's infancy. AMD need to fabricate a large GPU die on an interposer which will also have the HBM on it. The parts might be ok to produce, but putting them together is tricky.

It is much harder to produce than just placing HBM beside a GPU. Remember that AMD has staggered the launch of all Fiji based products. The Fury non-x will not come until almost a month after the Fury X.Quote
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