This new dual-GPU video card is expected to feature two Fiji XT GPUs clocked at 1000MHz and a total of 8GB of HBM memory operating at 1000MHz effective. WCCF Tech heard AMD is targeting to deliver 80 percent more performance in 4K and 2560 x 1440 gaming versus a single Fury X card.
There have been multiple engineering samples of the card in circulation for a few weeks now. AMD engineers have been hard at work optimizing for clock speeds, power and CrossfireX scaling. They have finalized the specifications, which we’re sharing exclusively in this article. The R9 Fury X2 will be the fourth and last Fiji based graphics card from AMD this year. The card will feature two full fledged Fiji XT GPUs with 4GB of stacked High Bandwidth Memory each, for a total of 8GB of memory and a combined memory bandwidth of one Terabyte per second.