AMD Radeon Fiji pictured again

Published: 27th May 2015, 23:24 GMT

AMD Radeon Fiji picture

Yet another picture of Radeon Fiji makes its appearance.

AMD Fiji pictured

We are slowly seeing more and more leaks about upcoming flagship graphics card from AMD. The card is still a mystery in terms of specifications, but the new hybrid design is slowly taken shape.

As you can see, there are no fans on the card itself. The cooling is handled by external radiator with its own fans. It rises the question though, why it’s dual slot, and why there are perforations on the bracket. Is there a hidden fan inside?

One interesting thing, is that the radiator connectors are situated on the back (left side on the picture), not like R9 295X2 on the side (the bottom side on the picture).

The Fiji XT would also be equipped with dual 8-pin power connector, which could be a good thing or a bad thing, depending how you look at it. It either means Fiji needs a lot of power, or AMD decided to give users a chance to overclock this beast to extreme levels.

Also the card pictured is black, not silver like on the render. It could be a different model though.

Now, could someone please tell me how is this card called? We do know it’s Radeon, but there is no sign of any TITAN-like branding on the card.

Previously leaked pictures:

AMD Radeon Fiji AMD Radeon R9 390X Fiji AMD Fiji Render

Source: LegitReviews, AnandTech

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