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AMD Radeon R9 390X gets pictured

Posted on Thursday, May 07 2015 @ 14:28:29 CEST by

While AMD hasn't officially revealed the Radeon R9 390X just yet, WCCF Tech claims they got their hands on what appears to be photos of AMD's upcoming flagship card. The card is said to be pretty small, roughly half the length of the R9 295X2 as the memory is now stacked next to the GPU and no longer spread across the PCB.

The card uses two slots and has three full-sized DisplayPorts and one full-sized HDMI port. Interestingly, the image seems to show a 120mm watercooling radiator.

R9 390X card

There's also a blurry shot revealing the Fiji XT GPU with HBM memory. No official specifications are known but we should know more within the next couple of weeks as AMD is rumored to debut the card around Computex in early June.
The GPU shown in the picture is without a doubt AMD’s next generation Fiji XT chip which will be powering the Radeon R9 390X card and comes with HBM memory on the interposer as shown in the image above. This saves much space from the PCB to achieve designs that weren’t possible with previous generation cards. Hence we are looking at a totally new design scheme for the Radeon R9 390X graphics card.
The rumor mill claims the R9 390X may have 4096 GCN cores, 4/8GB of HBM, 640GB/s memory bandwidth and perhaps a GPU clockspeed of around 1050MHz.

R9 390X die



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