Reminder: AMD Radeon R9 Fury X arrives tomorrow

Published: 23rd Jun 2015, 17:27 GMT

In case you forgot, tomorrow is the day AMD will finally launches its direct competitor to NVIDIA’s Maxwell GM200 products. The lucky few will even be able to buy them.

AMD Radeon R9 Fury launches tomorrow

Retailers are reporting Fury X will go for sale starting from tomorrow. You can find numerous online listings with prices varying from 650 USD to 1000 USD. The price of Fury X might be higher in places where restocking will take time.

AIBs did their best to provide as many units for sale as possible. The cards that will ship to customers this week may look slightly different from ‘final’ versions of those models.

AMD Radeon R9 Fury X has 3 parts that can be customized by AIBs: fan sticker and both front and back plate. Sapphire went little further than others and they designed their own front and back plates with Sapphire and Fury X branding, yes, this is in fact the first card with Fury X logo.

Sapphire Radeon R9 Fury X early retail sample vs official version

Sapphire R9 Fury X (2) Sapphire R9 Fury X (1)

Sapphire R9 Fury X (5) Sapphire R9 Fury X (6)

Sapphire R9 Fury X (4)

XFX Radeon R9 Fury X

XFX R9 Fury X (2) XFX R9 Fury X (3)

Club3D R9 Fury X & Powercolor R9 Fury X

Club3D Fury X PowerColor Fury X

AMD Radeon R9 Fury taken apart

Some reviewers were eager to share first teardown pictures of their samples. There are so many pictures available that I had problem choosing which one to share.


The cooler was designed by CoolerMaster

Biadu R9 Fury X (2) Biadu R9 Fury X (4)

GPU Tach (GPU Usage LEDS) & Nidec Servo Gentle Typhoon fan

LR Fury X PCGH Fury X (2)

Base plate and GPU contact area

PCGH Fury X (3)  PCGH Fury X (1) Biadu R9 Fury X (3) OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

The ultimate proof my case is not the dirtiest

The sponge coffin / DisplayPort->DVI Adapter / GPU Tach control switches (?)

HardwareZone Sapphire R9 Fury X (Heaven 1440p) hardwarezone fury x shadowmordor 1440p vs 4k

Unigine Heaven 1440p & Shadow of Mordor 1440p / 4k

Lastly, video from PCGamesHardware showing the card running in the test system. Remember to check the links below for more pictures.

Source: TechWit, Hispazone, PCGamesHardware, HardwareZone, Baidu, LegitReviews

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