Some more details about AMD's upcoming high-end graphics cards have hit the web. FUD Zilla heard rumors from anonymous sources that there will be at least two Radeon R9 390 series "Fiji" cards. As always, take this news with a grain of salt as we have no way to verify the accuracy of these rumors.
The site says AMD plans to launch the Carrizo APU at Computex at some point after June 2nd and that Fiji might come a week or two later, if not at the same event.
The Fiji lineup will reportedly consist of the Fiji XT for high-end gamers and Fiji VR, a dual-GPU card designed for VR gaming. Fiji XT will reportedly be faster than a GeForce GTX 980 but not as fast as the GeForce Titan X.
Fiji VR is expected to come at a later date as many VR glasses won't be available in time. FUD Zilla also claims NVIDIA is working on a new GeForce performance driver that might launch around the same time when Fiji comes to market.