AMD Teases Dual Fiji Radeon
Game developers and Gamers, now your wait is going to be over for the AMD Teases Dual Fiji Radeon Graphics Board, as it is going to be release soon. Frame Pacing Frame-pacing gave us the ability to explain and analyze one of the most elusive characteristics of dual Graphic Processing Unit boards. The characteristic of dual GPU Board had already existed but this concept has not fully understood and that’s what used to be widely known as micro-stuttering. AMD has been preparing its fastest graphics card yet, a flagship board code-named Gemini with two full-fledged Fiji XT GPUs for some time, which was announced to come on the market in the last year, but due to some reasons it could not be released and now soon it would be releasing.
The product name was given by FijiXT board as “Gemini”, but official product name is not known. So we are calling it “Fury X2” until its official name is announced.
This photo was being tweeted by Scott Wasson, which has two Fiji XT GPUs which are the essential part of AMD’s R9 Fury X, R9 Fury and R9 Nano graphics cards. This is similar to the company’s teaser campaign for the R9 295X2 which the company launched a couple of years ago. The campaign has the different type of humorous teasers like sending volcanic water along with two cans of chips.
Scott’s teases were not for the first time, Earlier in the November in 2015 he has teased before such as John Anderson, who was the chief architect of Frostbite Engine, earlier had pre-release samples of upcoming AMD’s Fiji Card.
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Dat feeling when your just arrived closed liquid cooling pre-release GPU turns out to not be so closed after all pic.twitter.com/umpVUtdVwc
— Johan Andersson (@repi) November 26, 2015
The specifications and features are already finalized for the graphic card. The card would have two full-fledged GPUs with 8192 GCN 8GB of stacked High-Bandwidth Memory and a total memory bandwidth of one Terabyte per second. That’s equivalent to four and a half R9 380 graphics cards, on a board that’s shorter than a reference design GTX 960. If we compare in R9 Nano clock speeds, then it, is equivalent to 16 Teraflops/s of single precision compute. Thus, that’s very high-performance, Graphic Card.
Adding a DMA engine to the Crossfire composting block on the GPU die, AMD introduced a brand new hardware implementation. This technology was introduced in September 2013, the, added in each subsequent AMD’s GPU.
Faster, lower overhead communication between multiple GPUs, is possible by using this technology. Eliminating the crossfire bridge, it enables Graphic cards to communicate with PCI Express. Moreover, it allows more effective multi GPU-scaling like TriFire and QuadFire GPU setups.
|Tech||AMD Radeon R9 Fury X2||AMD Radeon R9 Fury X||AMD Radeon R9 Nano||AMD Radeon R9 Fury||AMD Radeon R9 290X|
|GPU||Fiji XT x 2||Fiji XT||Fiji XT||Fiji Pro||Hawaii XT|
|GCN Compute Units||128||64||64||56||44|
|Render Output Units||128||64||64||64||64|
|Texture Mapping Units||512||256||256||224||176|
|GPU Frequency||Up to 1000 Mhz||Up to 1050Mhz||Up to 1000 MHz||Up to 1000 MHz||1000Mhz|
|Memory||8GB HBM (4 GB Per GPU)||4GB HBM||4GB HBM||4GB HBM||4GB GDDR5|
|Memory Interface||8192bit (4096 Per GPU)||4096bit||4096bit||4096bit||512bit|
|Memory Frequency||500Mhz||500Mhz||500 MHz||500Mhz||1250Mhz|
|Effective Memory Speed||1Gbps||1Gbps||1Gbps||1Gbps||5Gbps|
|Memory Bandwidth||1 Terabyte/s||512GB/s||512GB/s||512GB/s||320GB/s|
|Cooling||Liquid||Liquid 120mm Radiator||Air Single Fan/Custom AIB Solutions||Air Custom AIB Solutions||Air Single Blower Fan|
|Performance (FP32)||16.38 TFLOPS||8.6 TFLOPS||8.19 TFLOPS||7.2 TFLOPS||5.6 TFLOPS|
|Launch Date||2016||24th June 2015||7th September 2015||10th July 2015||24th October 2013|