AMD’s is getting ready to release its flagship Radeon Fury graphics card to combat NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan X. A new report from hwbattle suggest that the AMD Radeon Fury lineup will actually be made up of three different cards, Fury Pro, Fury XT, and Fury Nano.
In terms of performance the lineup goes from Fury XT as the highest performance card, then down to Fury Pro, then finally Fury Nano. This makes sense as AMD might want to have three different Fury cards to compete against NVIDIA Titan X, GTX 980 Ti, and GTX 980.
According to the report reference models of the cards will launch in both water-cooled and air-cooled versions. The fan design for these cards have not been revealed, but we could see a large triple fan cooler like we saw on the HD 7990.
Reference cards will be the only cards available for the first month or so, after that you should expect to see custom versions of the cards, probably in the mid-August to early September time frame. AMD is expected to launch these cards June 16th.
Source: hwbattle via eTeknix | News Archive