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Specifications of AMD R9 compact Nano-card appear online
The Radeon R9 Nano features like the R9 Fury X over 4096 stream processors, but at a lower TDP to 100W. The core clock running at “up to 1000MHz. This is evident from the official slides that have appeared on the Internet. Thursday would show the map.
In mid-June announced AMD Radeon R9 Nano to a remarkably compact card with hbm. Details on the card AMD did not then, but Videocardz publish that now, reportedly a day before the official arrival of the Nano. With a length of 152mm, the card especially designed for compact gaming systems.
The R9 Nano has the same GPU as the Radeon Fury X, with 4096 stream processors, 256 tmu’s rop and 64’s. What concerns clocked AMD speaks of “up to 1000MHz and the card would also be able to 8,19tflops, not much less than the 8,6tflops of Fury X, which reached the card with a TDP of 175W, considerably less than the 275W which Fury X burned. What is the standard clock speed is however not yet known.
Further, the Nano has a memory of 4096 bits wide in order with the hbm, 4GB of which is present, to communicate. The memory runs at 1000MHz effectively. When the slides are also some benchmarks put and AMD claims the R9 Nano average 30 percent better performance than the Mini-ITX version of the GTX 970 from Nvidia. Benchmarks companies should, however, be taken with a grain of salt. The price of R9 Nano is not yet known.Viewing:-162
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