AMD brings video card with two GPUs Fiji in second quarter 2016 from

Dec

24

2015

AMD brings the video card with two GPUs Fiji at the beginning of the second quarter of 2016. The manufacturer allows the release fall into line with the availability of VR glasses. AMD has stated this at a French technology site and AnandTech.

AMD dropped in June to know at the end of 2015 to come up with a video card with two GPUs Fiji and the French site Hardware.fr asked the manufacturer if there was a postponement, now the card still does not seem in sight. Then said AMD: “The product launch for Fiji Gemini was initially brought into line with the availability of consumer HMD, which were planned in June to the fourth quarter of 2015.” HMD stands for head-mounted display.

“Due to delays in Fri-ecosystem, the expectation now is that HMD at the beginning of the second quarter of 2016 become available to consumers. To provide the best VR experience we apply the introduction scheme for Fiji Gemini here to this better in line with which to let go of the market fall “, AMD further reports in the statement. According to the manufacturer several corporate clients have already received the card and there are very positive.

AMD thus seems to be waiting with the video card to Fri glasses as those of Oculus, Sony and HTC are available and to focus, among other uses for virtual reality calculations. AMD released earlier this year from the LiquidVR-sdk in order to reduce latency on Fri rendering of content with Radeon cards back. The SDK has been developed together with Oculus.

Update, 20:30: Also AnandTech has adopted the declaration had, that it is not speculation. The article is adapted here.

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