Yesterday, AMD made an appearance at the PC Gaming Press Conference and debuted new Graphics Cards at the AMD Booth at E3 2015.
Total of 9 New GFX Cards were announced at E3. AMD at E3 announced the debut of the Radeon R7 300 series and the Radeon R9 300 series Graphics cards also know as Fiji. Specifically the Radeon R9 390, R9 380, R7 370, R7 360 and R9 Fury were the focal points of their presentation at the PC Gaming Press Conference. They also talked about new Nitro Card such as the Sapphire Nitro Radeon R9 380 & 390 designed for VR, featuring 1gb around the $300 range. These Fiji cards are focused on VR through AMD’s LiquidVR technology and 4k+ dimensions, AMD is able to attain these through it’s next generations of APIs.
Another GFX card feature was the Asus Radeon R9 390 X, 8GB specifically used to maintain 4k. All these lower end graphics card are expected to launch around June 18 at prices ranging from the $100 to $450 range for more average consumers. Direct X12 opens every CPU core, solves the bottle necking problem and the problem where often times only a few of the GPU cores are being used while other stand idle. These graphics card preventing common frame tearing through utlization of AMD Eyefinity and Freesync.
AMD Radeon R9 Nano is a new Graphic Cards that can preform in 4k whilst allowing for consumers to build small gig rigs instead of always having to go with huge ranges. This New Graphic is made to allow for variations in graphics card instead of it always being a long intrusive card.
The Flagship Radeon R9 Fury X is the first card and only with high bandwidth stacked memory at the moment, Dual GPU. Designed for 4k and DirectX 12. The R9 Fury X is designed for high end PC consumers who are potentially looking into the ultimate VR experience. The R9 Fury X’s launch date is expected to be June 24 for around $649.
The Press Conference announced a 17 tera-flop processing power gaming system with 2 new Fiji GPUs and a cooling system above code named the AMD Project Quantum . This system had been used at the AMD Booth to show off the new Fiji Graphic cards.
At the Press Conference, AMD introduces the first Dual Fiji GPU card. Not much information was reveal abut this Dual-GPU card but its obviously going to be very powerful and the pricing may be around the same range as the AMD Radeon R9 Fury X.