Sapphire Radeon 300 series listed online

Published: 8th Jun 2015, 13:15 GMT

Here’s the list of all confirmed Radeon 300 graphics cards coming from Sapphire on June 16th.

Sapphire Radeon 300 series listed

The first thing I noticed is the absence of Fury. Maybe this card is simply using  a different name, or maybe Fury is not ready yet, and we should expect these cards to be available later. I hope not, that would really make me furious..

The facts however are that manufactures are slowly sending out the information to distribution centers, which are later picked up by online sellers. The list sent by Sapphire does not include Fury yet.

The leaked Sapphire lineup is exactly what we expected. There are two Hawaii-based Radeon R9 390(X) graphics cards, both equipped with 8GB memory, two R9 380 (Tonga), two R7 370 (Curacao) and one R7 360 (Bonaire).

The etailers even had prices listed, but after comparing them to existing cards, which are using the same GPUs, I have to say those prices were definitely placeholders.

Sapphire Radeon R9 390X TRI-X OC 8GB GDDR5 (11241-00-20G)

The full Hawaii-based Radeon R9 390X comes with 8GB of memory and new Tri-X cooling solution. The listing revealed that this card will be factory-overclocked, so you should expect clocks slightly higher than reference 1050/1500 MHz (core, memory). Listed outputs: DVI-D, HDMI

 Sapphire Radeon R9 390 NITRO (TRI-X OC) 8GB GDDR5 (11244-00-20G)

Sapphire’s Hawaii-PRO Radeon R9 390 will be part of new NITRO series. This card will also come with 8GB GDDR5 memory and it will also feature TRI-X cooling solution. It is unknown how NITRO’s coolers will differentiate from ‘normal’ TRI-X series. Listed outputs: DVI-D, HDMI, 3x DP

Sapphire Radeon R9 380 NITRO (DUAL-X OC) 4GB GDDR5 (11242-07-20G)

Another NITRO part is Radeon R9 380 based on Tonga GPU. This card has 4GB memory so we can’t simply call it R9 285 rebrand (there were no Tonga cards with 4GB memory before). Listed outputs: DL-DVI-I, DL-DVI-D, HDMI

Sapphire Radeon R9 380 ITX 2GB GDDR5 (11242-02-20G)

Now this is the actual, refreshed R9 285. It has the same memory configuration, and it will also be available in ITX form factor. Listed outputs: DVI-I, HDMI, 2X MINI-DP

Sapphire Radeon R7 370 NITRO (DUAL-X OC) 4GB GDDR5 (11240-04-20G)

Curacao/Pitcairn based Radeon R7 370 is the fastest R7 300 part. It is unknown if AMD is planning R7 370X model at later date, but if 370X would also be based on Curacao, then I would strongly advice against such decision. In fact it already happened with R9 270/270X, both featuring the same GPU configuration (oh boy, that was confusing). Listed outputs: DVI-D, DVI-I, HDMI

Sapphire Radeon R7 370 (DUAL-X OC) 2GB GDDR5 (11240-06-20G)

Another Curacao card from Sappahire, only this one has 2GB memory, thus it should be cheaper. Listed outputs: DVI-D, DVI-I, HDMI, DP

Sapphire Radeon R7 360 2GB GDDR5 (11243-00-20G)

The last listed card is Radeon R7 360. This model is based on Bonaire GPU (HD 7790), so it should be considered entry-level at this point.

SAPPHIRE R9 390 390X
SAPPHIRE AMD NITRO R9 380 4G GDDR5 SAPPHIRE AMD R9 380 2G GDDR5 Sapphire Nitro R7 370 4g GDDR5 - PN_ 11240-04-20G Sapphire Nitro R9 380 4g GDDR5 - PN_ 11242-07-20G Sapphire Nitro R9 390 8g GDDR5 - PN_ 11244-00-20GR7 360 2g GDDR5 PCI-E - PN_ 11243-00-20G


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