A Reddit user who claims to work at Best Buy has confirmed that the first batch of XFX Radeon 300 series cards have arrived at the warehouse. He said that Radeon R9 390X/390/370/360 were all there and even took a photo of the R9 390X box, which matches up with the XFX leak we posted earlier this week.
A leaked slide from AMD’s graphics update presentation has hit the web showing AMD’s Radeon 300 Series roadmap, I guess if you want to believe the slide is real. The reason I say that is the slide is using different fonts that what we are used to seeing from official AMD slide, but we can’t count out this slide as being real.
The first photo of the reference AMD Radeon R7 370 has been posted on the Chiphell forums. The picture of the card actually allows us to confirm a few different things about the card and that it will be based off a chip that has been on the market for 3 years.
It looks like AMD is not being shy with giving some free samples away of their top of the line upcoming Fiji graphics cards. One such card arrived at the desk of Johan Andersson, Technical Director on Frostbite at Electronic Arts. He posted a photo of the card on his Twitter of what looks like the flagship R9 390X (if that’s what it will be called).
Now with the higher-end GeForce GTX cards being bundled with Watcher 3: Wild Hunt and Batman: Arkham Knight there are some games that you can now get for free with select Radeon graphics cards. These games include DiRT Rally and Grand Theft Auto V and are available exclusively through Newegg.com.
New information regarding the launch of AMD’s R9 300 series has surfaced on Benchlife.info, which has been pretty spot on with their leaks lately. According to their report the AMD Radeon R9 300 series will be launching on June 18th, but we will have to wait till the 24th of June for Fiji XT.
Well that did not take long at all! AMD just announced the first cards in its new R9 300 series, but as we pointed out these were all rebrands of current cards, so nothing new. Now two new teaser photos have appeared showing the liquid cooled AMD R9 390X!
HP has just sent out a press release highlighting their back to school PC systems. This in itself was not all that exciting, but what was, was that the AMD R9 380 was listed as an option with the HP ENVY Phoenix Tower.
A few people have been taking a closer look at the 15.3 beta version of AMD’s Catalyst driver. They have discovered new entries that point to the upcoming Radeon Rx 300 series of graphics cards. And it looks just as we expected, most of the 300 series will be rebrands of older products.
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