DigiTimes reports AMD has four more GPUs up its sleeve than the six Radeon R9 and R7 chips that were revealed last week. The undisclosed models include the R9 270 and the R7 240, the other two aren't mentioned in the article.
AMD currently plans to use its R7 260X and previous-generation HD 7770/7750 GPUs together to compete against Nvidia's GTX 650 series in the US$109-149 segment and have its R7 240 and 250 GPUs to defend against Nvidia's GT640/630 in the US$79-99 segment, the sources said.
Nvidia is expected to release two new GPUs in November to defend the US$199-249 and US$99-149 segments and may reduce its GTX Titan and GTX 780 prices to maintain its share in the high-end market, the sources noted.
For the high-end market, AMD's new flagship, the Radeon R9 290X, is expected to be priced at around US$549, to compete against Nvidia GTX 780 at US$599 and GTX Titan.