Has integrated Greenland HBM GPU
We have mentioned both AMD's Zen core processors, as well as Greenland HBM memory powered graphics in the past, but now we have a few more details.
A few tweaks required
Fiji XT is AMD's next generation GPU core and many end-users have very high hopes for this product. It looks like Fiji XT based cards are launching in June, and they will give Nvidia's Geforce GTX 980 a run for its money.
Greenland graphics HBM for Godaveri successor
We got an update on AMD's 2016 processor plans and the new APU with up to 16 Zen x86 cores and integrated Greenland HMB graphics is something that you may find interesting.
In 2016 APU design
The world is still expecting the birth of the High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) boosted Fiji GPU, and the first cards based on the new chip should launch in late June, or the end of Q2 2015 if you prefer.
Significantly smaller than GDDR5
We had a chance to see the Hynix HMB memory of the future, and even see a next generation HBM2 wafer with many of these next-generation dies.
Interposer it is
Just as it was easy to figure out from Pascal renders, Nvidia’s new GPU architecture is using the 2.5D memory approach, the same one that is expected from AMD’s upcoming Fiji card.
4GB was a limitation, coming in early summer
AMD Fiji is definitely an exciting chip, and many AMD fans are on their toes, eager to see AMD’s first interposer 2.5D High Bandwidth Memory HBM chip.
Cannot fit more on 2.5D interposer
In early January we heard a thing or two about an AMD card codenamed Fiji, the one that comes with High Bandwidth Memory (HBM).
With 4GB of High-Bandwidth Memory and 4096 SPs
According to a fresh set of rumors, it appears that we might see AMD's next-generation Radeon R9 380X, based on Fiji XT GPU, as early as Q2 2015.
The Radeon R9 380X coming with HBM
New evidence coming from two LinkedIn profiles of AMD employees suggest that AMD's upcoming Radeon R9 380X graphics card which is expected to be based on the Fiji GPU will actually use High-Bandwidth Memory.