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Author: Khalid Moammer

Today we’re bringing you the confirmed specs for AMD’s upcoming Fury graphics card powered by Fiji pro, again. We’ve worked very closely with our sources to confirm the specifications for AMD’s Fury X, powered by the Fiji XT GPU, and Fury powered by the Fiji Pro GPU. In fact we exclusively brought you the specifications of both graphics cards back in May, before AMD’s E3 event in which the Fury X and Radeon 300 series were introduced.

ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Ti DirectCU III STRIXLet’s briefly discuss the differences between Fury X and Fury. Both cards feature AMD’s brand new Fiji GPU and stacked High Bandwidth Memory technology. Fury X will be AMD’s highest end offering, the Radeon flagship. The card is based on Fiji XT, the fully unlocked variant of the Fiji GPU. Fury is also based on Fiji silicon, however it will be powered by Fiji Pro a slightly less powerful variant with a few GCN compute units disabled. So in essence the relationship between Fury X and Fury is quite similar to the one between the R9 290X and R9 290 or the HD 7970 and HD 7950.


Yes, AMD R9 Fury Has 3584 GCN Stream Processors – Will Debut With A Variety Of Air Coolers

WCCFTech Radeon R9 Fury X (Water Cooled) Radeon R9 Fury (Air Cooled) Radeon R9 290X
GPU Fiji XT Fiji Pro Hawaii XT
Stream Processors 4096 3584 2816
GCN Compute Units 64 56 44
Render Output Units 128 128 64
Texture Mapping Units 256 224 176
GPU Frequency ≥ 1050Mhz 1000Mhz 1000Mhz
Memory Interface 4096bit 4096bit 512bit
Memory Frequency 500Mhz 500Mhz 1250Mhz
Effective Memory Speed 1Gbps 1Gbps 5Gbps
Memory Bandwidth 512GB/s 512GB/s 320GB/s
Cooling Liquid, 120mm Radiator Air, 3 Axial Fans Air, Single Blower Fan
Performance (SPFP) 8.6 TFLOPS 7.2 TFLOPS 5.6 TFLOPS
TDP 275W 275W 250W
Power Connectors Dual 8-Pin TBA 6+8 Pin
GFLOPS/Watt 31.3 26.2 22.4
Launch Price TBA TBA $549
Launch Date TBA TBA 24th October 2013

It’s worthy of note that Tweaktown is reporting that Fury will be clocked at 1050Mhz rather than 1000Mhz. This clock speed difference is the result of Fury debuting with factory overclocked, aftermarket cooled, custom designs from AMD’s add-in-board partners who will undoubtedly introduce versions with even higher clock speeds than 1050Mhz.

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