To give a bit more juice to Fiji GPU-based graphics cards
Sapphire has launched a new version of its TriXX monitoring and overclocking software which will bring both voltage control on Fiji GPU-based graphics cards as well as an ability to overclock high bandwidth memory.
Unclear what is under the bonnet
The AMD Radeon R9 Nano graphics card, based on Fiji GPU and HBM, has been on the market for a while and it appears that Asus has decided to make a pimped up version with a white cooler shroud.
The future of graphics
High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) will define the future of graphics and it looks like Samsung will be ready to release products using the technology soon.
Hands-on pictures appear online
According to the latest rumors, AMD should launch its short Fiji-based AMD Radeon R9 Nano graphics card on Thursday, August 27th, with the market availability expected a week later.
No X and three aircoolers
Everyone was excited about the water-cooled Radeon R9 Fury X, and now it is time for the non-X version.
With HBM chips it goes over 10 billion
The Fiji GPU behind the AMD Radeon Fury line of graphics cards is definitely a one big chip with 8.9 billion transistors, but during our short chat with, Raja Koduri, Corporate Vice President and CTO, Visual Computing at AMD and we learned that the number is even higher.
Livestream at the PC gaming event on July 16
AMD will unveil the card that know as the as Fiji XT. This watercooled card will be the first to use high bandwidth memory (HBM) technology.
12 cm fan and dual slot render
We saw how the Fiji XT card looks. AMD shared some data and the dummy cards with its partners who wanted to examine the custom cooling.
4GB first, 8GB to follow
Our well informed sources are telling us that Fiji is not going to be the cheapest chip on the market.