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.
The pricing for AMD’s entire upcoming R9 300 series has been leaked. What is interesting is that these prices are more expensive than the 200 series was at launch. This is very surprising as the entire 300 series is going to simply be rebrands of current products with more memory added and possibly a clock speed bump.
AMD’s CEO Lisa Su unveiled the companies next flagship graphics processor at AMD’s press event at Computex 2015. She literally pulled the chip out of her pocket to show everyone. Taking a closer look at the chip we can see that it will be one of the biggest GPU packages to date at 50 mm x 50 mm.
With all of the tech media at Computex we expected to hear some news or leaks about AMD’s upcoming Fiji graphics card. As we talked about earlier the flagship called will be called Radeon Fury and AMD internally is calling it Fury X. Behind closed doors at Computex an AMD partner was showing the card to journalists.
It seems quite interesting for this information to come out the week of Computex, but Gigabyte’s marketing materials for their upcoming Radeon R9 380 G1 Gaming graphics card have been leaked. The leaked materials are actually two photos of the packaging of the card.
Over the past few weeks we have been unsure if AMD’s new Radeon flagship card will be called the R9 390X, or something different completely. According to the latest report by Expreview, the Radeon flagship will be called the Radeon Fury.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast it is Graphics Card week! We have all of the leaks this week on NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti Graphics Card, AMD’s upcoming Fiji XT graphics card, and much more!
For those who were expecting to see some new AMD graphics cards from AMD’s 300 series at Computex 2015 are going to be disappointed as AMD has forbid it AIBs from showing any Radeon 300 series cards at the event.
AMD today introduced the latest addition to its line of desktop A-Series processors, the A10-7870K APU, a refresh to the existing line of processors codenamed “Kaveri”. The A10-7870K delivers a best-in-class experience for eSports and online gaming with superior performance, best-in-class efficiency in DirectX 12, and unique features. The new processor also delivers exceptional performance in modern workloads and is designed for the future with Microsoft Windows 10.
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