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Some more AMD Radeon Fury photos and a 3DMark leak

Posted on Thursday, June 11 2015 @ 13:16:06 CEST by


WCCF Tech got its hands on photos of what it claims is AMD's upcoming Radeon Fury X video card. The photos show off the red LED-lit Radeon logo and a liquid cooling solution from Asetek. The card has a length of about 190mm (7.5"), it has a dual-slot design and reportedly has a TDP of 300W.

Everytime I see the card I'm still surprised by how short it is, it's been a long time since high-end video cards were this short!
In this image we can appreciate the compact design even better. We can also see that he radiator is actually of standard thickness. Included with the radiator is a Scythe Gentle Typhoon fan. One of the absolute best radiator fans both in terms of static pressure and noise. In this picture we can also see that the tubing has been sleeved to look like power supply cabling. Which should allow the tubing to blend in with the rest of the system’s interior. Adding to that clean homogeneous look with the card is installed.
AMD Radeon Fury X pictures

On a related note, VideoCardz claims to have received some new, accurate 3DMark benchmark results of the Radeon Fury X. If the results are truly accurate, the Radeon Fury X looks like a close match for NVIDIA's Titan X.



 



 

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