As we get closer and closer to the launch of the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 we are expecting more and more leaks. The leak today comes in the form of the first benchmarks released for AMD’s new dual-GPU card.
The first leaked benchmark is of BioShock Infinite running at 4K resolution. So how did the AMD R9 295X2 do? Let’s see…
The owner of the leaked benchmark graph has asked us to remove it, but here are the numbers…
BioShock Infinite (FHD) 3840×2160 (FPS)
R9 295×2: 57
GTX 780 Ti SLI (2x) : 55
R9 290X CF (2x): 50
GTX 780 Ti: 35
GTX Titan: 33
R9 290X: 30
GTX 780: 29
R9 290: 29
R9 280X: 24
HD 7970: 23
As you can see the card performed very well, just a notch below a solid 60 FPS. We do not know anything apart from what is shown on the graph above. What we can see is that the R9 295X2 outperforms two GeForce GTX 780 Ti’s in SLI and two R9 290X’s in CorssFire. Given the fact that it outperforms the two R9 290X’s in CorssFire makes us believe that the card really is a dual Hawaii-XT core card.
Of course these benchmarks do not include NVIDIA’s Dual-GPU solution the GeForce GTX Titan Z so we will have to see how the R9 295X2 stacks up against it.
As always check back frequently as we will be keeping you updated on the R9 295X2 as we get closer to its launch.