One of the curious products AMD showed off during its livecast was Project Quantum, a liquid-cooled small form factor (SFF) PC that features the firm's future dual-GPU Fiji card with 8GB HBM. The firm said Project Quantum is based entirely on AMD components so that means it not only has an AMD CPU but probably also those AMD branded memory sticks and SSDs.
AMD claims its console-like system will run any game at 4K resolution at 60fps - quite a bold claim. The CPU and graphics cards are watercooled and the enclosure looked pretty fancy:
On the outside, an angled dual compartment aluminum case with rounded edges houses the processing hardware in the bottom and all the cooling components in the top part. AMD is using liquid cooling for the processor and graphics with the tubing running up the center column joining the two pieces together to a radiator or radiators. Red LEDs light up the center column while Radeon R9 branding sits in the bottom left corner.
Project Quantum will reportedly be sold by AMD's AIB partners but the firm didn't share any details about pricing nor availability. Given the autumn launch date of dual-Fiji this system will probably launch in Q4 2015.