Rumors are spreading that AMD has yet to finalize the design of the Fiji VR, which is expected to be launched as the dual-GPU Radeon R9 395X2 graphics card. Word on the street is that Fiji VR is still in the drawing board stages, which makes a launch at Computex alongside the other Radeon R9 300 series cards unlikely.
Not a lot of information is known but it's believed that Fiji VR is a dual-GPU solution optimized specifically for virtual reality gaming, with support for AMD Liquid VR to minimize latency. The card may have two Fiji GPUs with 4096 shaders each and 8GB to 16GB of HBM. Pricing will most likely be astronomical.
Multiple reports have so far confirmed that AMD is working on not one but two separate cards for its Radeon 300 Series launch – the Radeon R9 395X2 (aka “Fiji VR”) and the Radeon R9 390X (aka “Fiji XT”). However, it would appear that the Radeon R9 395X2 isn’t yet ready and the details are still being worked out on the drawing board. T