Over the weekend we go our first glimpse at MSI’s Radeon 300 series and it looks like it is Sapphire’s turn now. Sapphire listed all of the cards in their Radeon 300 series lineup on their website apparently. So let’s see what they have!
This is the biggest leak that we’ve seen for the Radeon 300 series! MSI’s entire 300 series of graphics cards have been leaked to the web, with full specifications and photos! This gives us a run-down of the entire Radeon 300 series from AMD.
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.
ASUS has just started a new production for their graphics cards that they are calling Auto-Extreme. According to ASUS it is the industries first fully-automated production process for graphics cards.
Last week we had our first price leak for AMD’s upcoming Radeon 300 series, but it turns out that leak was false. The latest price leak has been confirmed by WCCFTech and shows AMD is going with very aggressive pricing on their Radeon 300 series graphics cards.
AMD’s is getting ready to release its flagship Radeon Fury graphics card to combat NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan X. A new report from hwbattle suggest that the AMD Radeon Fury lineup will actually be made up of three different cards, Fury Pro, Fury XT, and Fury Nano.
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.
MSI was showing their prototype AX24 all-in-one PC, which is basically a PC built into the back of an LCD screen. We have seen this from all-in-ones before, but what was more interesting was the external graphics card dock on the back of the display. This has to be one of the best and most compact implementations of an external graphics card dock that we have seen.
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