According to leaked slides
According to a new set of leaked slides, which show both the rumored specifications and performance of the upcoming Fiji XT-based Radeon R9 390X graphics card, it appears that AMD might have quite a performer on its hands.
Bringing Maxwell to mid-range notebooks
While the mobile GTX 980M and GTX 970M GPUs can be seen in plenty of high-end gaming notebooks, Nvidia has now unveiled a couple of new mid-range mobile Maxwell GPUs, the GTX 960M and the GTX 950M.
Year of shrinking
It would appear that the world is rushing to Nvidia to buy its latest GPU at the expense of AMD.
AMD Hawaii came in late 2013 with a 512-bit memory interface, which was surprising, but the card did quite well against Nvidia's Kepler-based Geforce 780 TI in the high-end.
Only Fiji is an all-new chip
While we are getting close to the launch of AMD's new Radeon 300-series lineup, a new report suggest that most of the upcoming Radeon 300 series will be based on older GCN 1.1 and GCN 1.2 architecture while Fiji GPU will actuallly be the only new chip.
AMD confirms on Facebook
While there have been plenty of rumors regarding AMD's upcoming Radeon R9 300 series graphics cards, including details on the Fiji XT GPU and High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM), AMD has now officially confirmed that it is putting the finishing touches on the new Radeon R9 300 series.
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.
Organise your video collection
AMD has developed facial recognition technology to enable users to organize and search video clips based on the people featured in them.
16GB+ graphic cards possible
Samsung has announced that is has started the mass production of its 8 Gb GDDR5 chips in 20nm.
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.