XFX preparing custom Radeon R9 Fury

Published: 17th Sep 2015, 21:34 GMT

XFX R9 FURY DD box

XFX joins R9 Fury club

Not only Sapphire and ASUS, but also XFX will soon start selling Fiji-powered graphics card with custom cooling solution. The new card from XFX features reference PCB with two 8pin power connectors. It is also equipped with triple-fan and triple-slot cooler with massive heat sink. XFX R9 Fury also comes with a backplate.

The bar was raised very high by Sapphire’s super silent TRI-X R9 Fury, so XFX simply had no choice, but go the same path. Both cards look very much alike, but it appears Sapphire has spent more time on the design.

XFX R9 Fury comes with 3584 Stream Processors and 4GB HBM1 4096-bit memory. The exact specifications were not yet revealed, but I will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

XFX R9 Fury heatsink XFX R9 FURY DD

 




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