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MSI Radeon Fury GPU renders appear

MSI Radeon Fury GPU renders appear

MSI Radeon Fury GPU renders appear

MSI Radeon Fury GPU renders appear

 

Just a week from now until AMD is giving us more official information on their upcoming flagship GPU: Radeon Fury. There have already been some major leaks, including renders of the reference GPU and its PCB, which showed a relatively small card, especially compared to the rather big GTX 980 Ti. What we haven’t seen yet are some Fury cards from other manufacturers. Until now. Renders of an MSI Fury GPU emerged today, and it’s looking very seductive.

 

MSI Radeon Fury GPU renders appear

 

MSI’s design is quite comparable to that of the reference card, except the PCB looks longer than that of the reference card. The edges of the MSI card are rounder too. We did notice that there’s neither an AIO cooler nor a fan to cool the card, which is very peculiar. This might just be because it’s a render though.

 

MSI Radeon Fury GPU renders appear

 

The LEDs appear to be different too, only lighting up the outlines of the logo instead of the entire logo. The Radeon logo on the front of the card appears to be laser engraved.

AMD Fury is expected to launch during E3, on the 16th of June. We at OC3D will keep you up to date on this, so stay tuned.

 

Join the discussion on the MSI Radeon Fury GPU on the OC3D Forums.

 

Just a week before AMD's Press Conference at E3, renders of MSI's Radeon Fury card have emerged. It's looking quite...

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 9 June 2015
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09-06-2015, 06:53:03

MadShadow
Wow, looks so different!

I'm interested in what AMD manage to bring out hereQuote

09-06-2015, 07:03:57

AverageNinja
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Originally Posted by MadShadow View Post
Wow, looks so different!

I'm interested in what AMD manage to bring out here
There's actually quite a few noticable difference between this and the reference card: The PCB is longer, the edges are rounder and the LEDs light up differently. The most two are the most major differences imo.

I'm very interested in seeing how this card will perform too. I really hope AMD has their hands on something good!Quote

09-06-2015, 07:34:00

SuB
render* (no plural)

Also you broke the twitter code injection at the bottom of the article page Quote

09-06-2015, 07:45:33

Emu
I hope these live up to the hype. I don't know what I will get if these don't turn out the way I hope they do (i.e. better 4k performance per dollar then the 980Ti/TitanX)Quote

09-06-2015, 07:45:43

AverageNinja
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
render* (no plural)

Also you broke the twitter code injection at the bottom of the article page
There are two renders in the article actually

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...062811290l.jpg

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...062811310l.jpg

Fixed the Twitter code, forgot to add the <script> part, thanks for the warning Quote
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