We're not sure what the point would be of running a Radeon R9 Nano in CrossFire with a Radeon R9 Fury X because the latter card costs the same and is faster, but if you're interested in doing this you'll be glad to hear this configuration will be possible. It's also possible to CrossFire the card with the normal R9 Fury.
Well, we just so happened to throw our R9 Nano into our system and straight away went to GPU-z, which said it was an 'AMD Radeon R9 Fury series' video card. But what happens when you throw in the full-blown Radeon R9 Fury X in? It works in Crossfire with the R9 Nano, that's what. The same goes for the normal R9 Fury, which also works in Crossfire with the super-small R9 Nano.
Reviews of the R9 Nano are expected sometime later this week, but from what we've heard there are not a lot of samples available. Many major sites including The Tech Report, HardOCP and TechPowerUp are not getting a card from AMD, which is definitely strange as these sites are usually included in the loop.