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The AMD Radeon R9 Nano Card was launched

The compact and super compact is effective at home Officially displayed, with higher than expected price tag

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According to estimates from the last few weeks, Today officially introduces the most effective video card it has ever created - the The R9 Nano, which is also the first model based on the innovative Fijian core but not under the Fury brand that the manufacturer of Sunyville brought back to life after a decade and a half of coma.

We already knew most of the technical details about the Nano before launch - this is a card with a full Fiji core that includes 4,096 processing units, such as the Fury X and more than the standard Fury, with a base frequency of 1,000MHz and a base frequency of 500MHz for the memory. HBM that will also be available here at 4GB. The number of texture and restoration units is also the same as what we received in Fury X (ie 256 units and 64 units, respectively), and the maximum theoretical performance should be at an impressive 8.19TeraFLOPS, for a card holder Air that is about 10 inches long.

The thermal envelope of the 175 watts enables the Nano to achieve its ultra compact dimensions, but it also seems to indicate a much tougher frequency profile that approximates actual performance less than those of the similar Fury X, and more to those of the Fury Source: videocardz.com
The thermal envelope of the 175 watts enables the Nano to achieve its ultra compact dimensions, but it also seems to indicate a much tougher frequency profile that brings actual performance closer to that of the similar Fury X and more to those of the Fury
Source: videocardz.com

AMD announces that the Radeon R9 Nano will be able to offer performance that is about 30 percent higher than those of the GeForce GTX 970 in its compact versions (about 18 inches in length) at 4K resolutions - that is, those that will compete head-to-head, apparently The competitor's GeForce GTX 980 .

The R9 Nano will be available for sale in the coming weeks, starting with 10 in September, at a recommended price of $ 650 - and here's the problematic crush line.

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The first mini-ITX card that targets gaming at 4K resolution

New product Is a very impressive display, but with almost the same cost as the Fury X and the GeForce GTX 980 Ti that provide Significantly high, and costing $ 100 higher than the GTX 150 that delivers similar capabilities, the R980 Nano seems to be a very niche product that will only be relevant to those looking for the most powerful and compact gaming system you can build - while other consumers will probably prefer a chassis. Larger but with Upgraded, or with a financial saving of several hundred shekels.

Soon we will give you more details about this incredible piece from home . Until then - we would love to hear what you think.

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  1. A very disappointing price, if it was sold for around $ 500, it would have been snatched up like hot rolls.

  2. I was sure they would charge the ticket normally. A really strange behavior of the Reds.
    I do not see them living that long.

  3. This card is a technological wonder, especially aimed at AMD whose cards are not exactly their specialty.

    It is a pity that they missed a chance to put nvidia golf between their legs, instead it seems to me that they scored a goal myself.

    Maybe they didn't want to hurt the sales of cheaper tickets such as 390X and regular fury.

    It is likely that if the nano was priced like the 390X, then the other's sales would plummet.

  4. Good thing I purchased the 970GTX Mini-ITX instead of waiting for this card. At $ 650 they can save the R9 to themselves.

  5. The R9 380 is also significantly stronger than the 750TI GTX, just a pity it costs much more: lol:

  6. and it flop…
    I got used to trusting AMD to be disappointed every time and again they did not disappoint - I mean yes

  7. and it flop…
    I got used to trusting AMD to be disappointed every time and again they did not disappoint - I mean yes

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