Rumors hit the web that AMD is working on three versions of its Fury GPU. Asian tech site HW Battle claims there will be a Fury Nano, a Fury XT and a Fury Pro. It's unknown if these are codenames or final product names and there are no concrete details about the performance of each of these parts.
The official launch is June 16th so more information is expected soon.
According to the source, reference models will launch with water-cooled models as have been previously leaked. In addition, air cooled reference models are also expected to debut at launch, potentially in a three fan configuration like the HD 7990 and other non-reference models of the past. Given the expected specifications and how hot comparable products like the 295X2 and Titan X are, heat is expected to be high, explaining the water cooling but the source suggests that noise won’t be an issue with the reference coolers this time around.
For the first month or so of availability, only reference models will be available. The supply of these models is expected to be limited, but non-reference cards from partners are expected to arrive between mid-August and early September. It’s critical to note that all this information so far is an unconfirmed leak.