AMD Radeon R9 Fury exposed in new renders

Published: 3rd Jun 2015, 18:51 GMT

AMD Radeon R9 Fury exposed

Guys over at WCCFTech are on the roll leaking new pictures of Fiji graphics processor.

AMD Radeon R9 Fury is one tiny card

The new renders confirm the following. The GPU shown today was indeed the same GPU that is used by Fury graphics card. You can clearly see 4 HBM stacks, just like we saw earlier today during official presentation.

There are no DVI ports. AMD is getting rid of these with its new flagship. There are 3 DisplayPorts and one HDMI output available. You can see there are no modules around the GPU, since the HBM modules are situated on interposer, so the PCB is much smaller than we used to see with such powerful graphics cards.

Here’s the second render showing where the radiator is connected. The size of the radiator is comparable to the card itself. Also we have better view on the bracket, where you can distinguish the ports on your own.


UPDATE: I made this comparison to show you how small this card really is.

Here you can see the power section in slightly better angle. It seems we are looking at 2+4 phase design, although there might be more power phases in blurred area (the left side of the render). You can also see that card is also powered by dual 8pin power connectors.

AMD R9 FURY vs GTX 980 Ti PCB comparison

AMD Radeon R9 Fury (Fiji) launches on June 16th.

Source: WCCFTech

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