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January 19, 2017

AMD Radeon Pro Duo Discounted Heavily as Vega Nears Closer

Out with the old, and in with the new. That is a mantra that has been echoed throughout history. Of course, before releasing a new product, you need to clear out inventory of the older product it will be replacing. As such, a variety of retailers have begun heavily discounting AMD’s Radeon Pro Duo.

AMD Radeon Pro Duo Heavily Discounted – $799 on Newegg

AMD’s Radeon Pro Duo is a dual-GPU graphics solution aimed at “prosumers” that is, gamers who create content and content creators who game. The board packs two of AMD’s previous flagship Fiji GPUs, which are also found on the company’s Fury X graphics card. It was released [...]

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January 18, 2017

CES 2017: AMD Vega Architecture Partially Detailed, Launching 1H2017

Alongside Ryzen, the Vega GPU is considered by many as AMD’s spearhead product for 2017. As it’s is slowly being finalized for mass production, we had the pleasure of meeting up with Scott Wasson and discuss the details of what Vega can bring to the table.

Scott started off the meeting by pointing out a major problem floating in the graphics industry today: graphics memory could no longer keep up with the demand of the processing power. In addition, conventional GPU architectures can’t adequately scale to handle big data. The media creation industry is using petabytes of working data, and the deep learning sector is extending into the [...]

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April 8, 2016

Rumor: AMD To Release R9 490X and R9 490 in June

We’ve seen the signs, and we’ve smelled the blood. AMD is going to war in 2016.

According to, who pulled the info off of an article from HardwareBattle that’s locked behind a paywall, AMD is looking to release its performance GPUs in June. With Computex taking place at the end of May, it’s almost guaranteed that AMD will seize the opportunity and show off its new cards to the fullest.

Interestingly, the article claims that the R9 490X and the R9 490 will not be a rebrand of AMD’s Fury X and Fury cards but instead will be built using the Polaris 10 architecture. The Polaris architecture marks AMD’s 4th [...]

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January 24, 2016

AMD Fury X2 Dual Fiji GPU Confirmed To Be Powering Demo at VRLA

AMD’s dual Fiji graphics card has come up numerous times since it was first unveiled last year at PC Gamer’s E3 PC Gaming Show. However, this is the first confirmation we’ve heard that the card is still in production since we’ve entered into the new year.

AMD’s Dual Fji GPU Powers  Prototype Falcon Northwest Tiki PC at VRLA

The dual Fiji card was used to power a VR demo at Virtual Reality Los Angeles (VRLA), the demo used a prototype Falcon Northwest Tiki system, which is only 4-inches wide. The Fury X2, which is currently codenamed “Gemini” was confirmed to be used at the event by AMD’s own Antal Tungler, via [...]

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November 19, 2015

AMD Officially Launches the Radeon R9 380X – Antigua XT Starting at $229

AMD has finally officially taken the wraps off their long-awaited Antigua XT based Radeon R9 380X GPU. The newest member of the R9 300 series family aims to take on the entry-level 1440p gaming market with a price point of under $250. The launch of the new card will also be shortly followed by the release of AMD’s Radeon Software Crimson edition driver, which should also help to boost sales as AMD seeks to compete with NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience ecosystem.

AMD Launches Radeon R9 380x GPU with 2048 Cores for $229

While we haven’t had the opportunity to take a look at the 380X ourselves yet, early reviews show it beating out NVIDIA’s GTX 960 [...]

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October 30, 2015

Rumor: AMD R9 Fury X2 Specs Confirmed, Launching This Year

It has been reported that AMD may be set to launch its most powerful graphics card yet; the ‘R9 Fury X2’ which as the name implies will feature two of the company’s high-end HBM powered, Fiji GPU cores, is rumored to be launching sometime within the next two months, or before the year’s end. While the official product name is still unknown, the card has apparently been going by the codename “Gemini” and has had multiple engineering samples in circulation for the past few weeks.

It is rumored that both Fiji XT GPUs inside of the ‘R9 Fury X2’ will be full featured, and will operate at clock speeds up to 1,000MHz. While [...]

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August 27, 2015

AMD Releases Radeon R9 Nano Specifications and Pricing

AMD has officially announced the Radeon R9 Nano, which is the latest — and possibly final — release to be based on their high-end desktop Fiji GPU with High-bandwidth memory (HBM). The Radeon R9 Nano will be available for purchase starting September 10th, and will be priced at $649, which matches that of the R9 Fury X.

Measuring only six inches, the R9 Nano is targeted towards the small form-factor and mini-ITX markets. The incredibly small form-factor of the R9 Nano is achieved with the aforementioned High-Bandwidth Memory. Compared to traditional planar GDDR5, HBM uses stacked memory that’s more power power efficient and has significantly [...]

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June 17, 2015

E3 2015: AMD Unveils Dual-GPU Radeon R9 Fury X Graphics Card

Worried that one AMD Radeon R9 Fury X won’t be enough? That’s OK because AMD has just the solution in store for you.

At the PC Gaming Show, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su showed off the upcoming dual GPU version of the Radeon R9 Fury X (X2?) graphics card which is being used to power a number of demos at the event. Carrying two of AMD’s latest flagship Fiji XT GPUs on a single PCB, this monster is capable of crunching over 17 TFLOPS!

Despite this level of power, the yet unnamed card is actually not much longer than a single Radeon R9 Fury X. This is thanks to the use of HBM’s stacked memory design which has a significantly smaller footprint than [...]

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June 17, 2015

E3 2015: AMD Drops Radeon R9 Fury X, R9 Fury, R9 300 Series Graphics Cards

After confirmation at Computex that AMD would be launching their latest graphics cards on June 16, AMD has finally unveiled their new Radeon R9 Fury X, Radeon R9 Fury, and several Radeon R9 300 series graphics cards.

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X

Starting from the top, AMD has exclusively reserved its new Fiji GPUs for the Radeon R9 Fury line of graphics cards.

The flagship Fiji GPU is the Fiji XT, which is used to power AMD’s new Radeon R9 Fury X. Still based on the 28nm process, the new Fiji XT GPU carries a staggering 64 Compute Units for a total of 4096 stream processors. AMD claims that this is capable of up to an impressive 8.6 TFLOPS of compute [...]

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June 3, 2015

Computex 2015: AMD Confirms Upcoming Fiji GPU Launch Date

This morning at Computex 2015, AMD held a press conference mainly for the launch of their new 6th generation Carrizo APU, but also devoted a small amount of time talking about their graphics technologies. After spending some time about AMD Freesync, AMD LiquidVR, and HBM (High Bandwidth Memory), AMD ended the presentation with this sad, sad slide. 06.16.15, meaning we’ll be waiting until E3 to hear about the long rumored upcoming Fiji graphics cards. Luckily it’s only a few weeks away.

However, before we all went home disappointed, Dr. Lisa Su did show the audience the die for the upcoming graphics card. As I understand it, this die includes [...]

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