Rumor: AMD Radeon R9 get 380 cards’ Grenada’ GPU




AMD will raise the Radeon R9 380 and 380X around Grenada GPU, which would actually be a rebrand of Hawaii. The Radeon R9 390 and 390X get the Fiji video chip. That claims 3dcenter least on the basis of information from manufacturers.

AMD Radeon Graphics logo (über) German tech site 3dcenter a survey made ​​of rumors about the upcoming Radeon Rx 300-line video cards. In addition, the site draws from new information from manufacturers of graphics cards, the forum of the site and VR-Zone, supplemented by their own speculations. Videocardz adds personal information to get to the possible line-up.

The Radeon R9 395X2 would only appear in the fall or winter of this year and then have two GPUs Fiji, where AMD called Bermuda would refer to. The R9 390X and 390 coming to the end of the second quarter of 2015 when the rumors, and these models are equipped with a Fiji video chip. All these cards will have hbm: stacked dram that should provide more bandwidth and lower consumption.

Furthermore Videocardz expecting the arrival of a R9 385x, provided the Fiji XT is indeed about 4096 cores available. A R9 385x with 3328 cores would then fill the gap between the R9 390 and R9 380 models. Which R9 380 and R9 380X will reportedly feature respectively Grenada Pro and XTX chip. These are rebrands current Hawaii GPU, who have at most go on lower consumption and higher clock speeds.

Finally, the lower segments were to be operated by Tonga Trinidad and GPUs. Tonga XT would have more cores and a wider memory than the Tonga-gpu existing Radeon R9 285.



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