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New AMD Fury X Leaks, Backplate Confirmed!

New AMD Fury X Leaks, Backplate Confirmed! - Rumor

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New AMD Fury X Leaks, Backplate Confirmed!

 

Some new pictures of AMD's Fury X has just been released, showing a full cover Backplate and Pressure optimized fans on GPU's the 120mm radiator.

It is great to see a better fan be used on the GPU's AIO water cooler this time as that was one of the main criticisms we had with the AMD R9 295X2. We can also see that the the tubing for the GPU's integrated water cooler will come out the rear of the GPU rather than the top like AMD's R9 295X2.

The hose placement shown here will help with hose management and general system tidiness greatly, as users will typicality place the cooler at the top or the front of the case. 

 

New AMD Fury X Leaks, Backplate Confirmed!

 

  

Recently full Specifications for AMD's upcoming Fiji GPUs surfaced, showing that there will be both air and water cooled versions of the new GPU. The GPU pictured will be the AMD Radeon Fury X WC Edition, which will be AMD's flagship GPU. 

The Flagship Fiji GPU, the Radeon Fury X, will have a version which is air cooled and a version which is water cooled, with the lower end AMD Fury (non-X) which will be air cooled. Below are the full specifications, showing a huge leap in performance over the R9 290X and a large leap in GPU efficiency in addition to the large increase in core count. 

You can see the full specification for AMD's Fury lineup here. 

 

You can join the discussion on the AMD Fury X on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Some new pictures of AMD's Fury X has just been released, showing a full cover Backplate and thje use of pressure...

Posted by OC3D on Wednesday, 10 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

10-06-2015, 09:31:20

MrKambo
Now that is a impressive and decent design!!

I like that, so much more cleaner than the 295X2, cant wait to see some benchies now!Quote

10-06-2015, 10:06:24

Wraith
Sweet! But come on AMD Stickers!? Really, leave them in the box give us the option to put them on, no way anyone is going to keep them on... oh wait I need to RMA oops I removed all the stickaz. Quote

10-06-2015, 10:24:59

barnsley
I'm a bit skeptical about that image because of the D and O not being filled in. If its true it does look pretty funky I'll give it that.Quote

10-06-2015, 10:28:11

Thelosouvlakia
The stickers could be just a "reviewer" sample thing so the reviewers don't confuse the X with the non X version. THAT FAN ON THE RAD THOUGH!!!Quote

10-06-2015, 10:36:17

AlienALX
Now let's see Nvidia cram a Titan X onto a board that size !

This particular version is going to sell by the bucket load. Up until now your only choice for ITX GPUs has been 970s and other mid range cards.

God, imagine this thing paired with one of those Asrock ITX boards and a 5960x :O

So much power per square inch !Quote
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