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AMD's 300 series GPUs will launch mid-June, Fiji XT GPUs following later

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AMD's 300 series GPUs will launch mid-June, Fiji XT GPUs following later

300 series GPUs will launch mid-June, Fiji XT GPUs following later

 

AMD's next generation of GPUs might hit the market a lot sooner than we expected. Rumour has it that the first of the Rx 300 series GPUs will be released on June 18th, while the more high-end Fiji GPUs featuring stacked High Bandwidth Memory will hit the (digital) shelves on the 24th of June. Note the word 'rumour' though, as these dates haven't been confirmed by AMD.

 

AMD's 300 series GPUs will launch mid-June, Fiji XT GPUs following laterFan-made concept poster for the upcoming Fiji XT GPU

Tech site Benchlife.info posted some undisclosed sources on the release dates of these graphics adapters. This same source also mentions that AMD is planning to reveal their new GPUs at the Computex Taipei 2015 conference early June. The first 300 GPUs to launch are the R7 360, R7 370 and the R9 380 series of GPUs, which will probably be rebrands of older GPUs.

 

AMD's 300 series GPUs will launch mid-June, Fiji XT GPUs following later

 

The Fiji XT GPUs will release six days later, on the 24th of June. This GPU will reportedly feature a revamped GCN 1.3 architecture and 4GBs of stacked HBM (according to the latest reports). The card will supposedly come in a WCE edition (with an integrated AIO cooler). As far as other specifications, the latest reports state that the GPU will feature 4096 stream processors and 256 texture units. The HBM will have up to 640 GB/s of bandwidth. Yup, that's some seriously High Bandwidth Memory.

AMD has yet to comment on this leak. What do you think? Are these release dates accurate? Leave your speculations here.

 

Join the discussion on the release dates of the AMD 300 series GPUs on the OC3D Forums.

 

AMD's Radeon 300 series GPUs will reportedly launch June 18th. Fiji XT GPUs will launch shortly after, on June 24th.

Posted by OC3D on Wednesday, 13 May 2015

 

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13-05-2015, 09:27:35

Dicehunter
Would be amazing if we see Titan X beating performance from the 390X or whatever their top tier single GPU card will be called.

Nvidia sorely need a good ass whooping so we see bigger performance increases.Quote

13-05-2015, 10:16:52

Thelosouvlakia
Hunting TITANS
Well if AMD manages better than titanx performance and a lower price they've won the graphics card war... for nowQuote

13-05-2015, 11:04:39

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by AverageNinja View Post
Rumour has it that the first of the Rx 300 series GPUs will be released on June 18th, while the more high-end Fiji GPUs featuring stacked High Bandwidth Memory will hit the (digital) shelves on the 24th of June.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...063620177l.jpg

Read more on the AMD Radeon 300 series' launch dates.
I hope AMD are a bit more clued up than the fan who did the pic above. He does realise that the Titan is a 2 year old card lol.

The Titans have now got the "X" factor.


http://i.imgur.com/51cMBoe.png



One card to rule them all !!!Quote

13-05-2015, 11:10:41

Feronix
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
I hope AMD are a bit more clued up than the fan who did the pic above. He does realise that the Titan is a 2 year old card lol.

The Titans have now got the "X" factor.
Honestly I would not have been surprised if it had been an official AMD poster. They always take stabs at Nvidia like that and imo it just seems childish.Quote

13-05-2015, 11:15:20

Kaapstad
On a serious note I will be getting the 390X when it launches.

Is there anyone else who will be getting the 390X when it is available ?Quote
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