A few days after the impressive launch, the technical details about the new flagship products of AMD The graphics processing market is beginning to become clear, and test results are also coming with them Performence First and promising
AMD 's launch party for graphics card generation Her new This week Provided us A first glimpse of the Fury X card leading the list with a full and formidable Fiji core, but unlike similar launches this time around, we didn't see pre-prepared reviews being published in tandem with the announcement - which ultimately left us with some question marks, first and foremost about the performance that will provide us Actual 4,096 execution units with 4GB's memory HBM bandwidth is unprecedented.
Now, a few days later, the picture is beginning to clear. Official reviews are not yet available (they will arrive next week, in conjunction with the official launch of 24 in June), but extensive technical details and initial performance evidence are available.
Most of the results we have come from official modeled documents from AMD itself, and the other part from performance tests whose credibility is not 100 percent clear, so everything one sees with a trace of skepticism - but the bottom line, it seems The Fury X Will indeed offer very close competition both GeForce Titan X And toGeforce GTX 980 Ti, and will even surpass them in some cases.
The competition is very tight, but the Fury X leads in almost every situation - according to AMD tests
It is not certain that we will be able to decide which of these three are entitled to be defined as the most powerful single-party card in the world for the yearOr a little less), But the very fact that AMD was able to catch up with a gap so large that it opened NVIDIA Over the past year and a half, it has been very impressive - all the more so when you consider a declared average power consumption of 275 watts for the Fury X, which is not too far from the thermal envelope of competitors fromNVIDIA Which stands on the 250 watts.
More benchmark results that do not come directly fromAMD Paint a very optimistic situation for the red manufacturer, although even in this case objectivity and reliability are not absolute for us
Thermal envelope and average consumption are of course different terms and therefore the differences in power consumption can be measured and tested only in practice, but nevertheless it seems that this is an impressive efficiency leap against theRadeon R9 290X andRadeon R9 390X, which are also characterized by power consumption of 275 watts.
It is already cautious that in the gaming arena, Fury X's superior performance or GTX 980 Ti's superior performance (which usually amounts to a few percent against the direct competitor) will be determined primarily by the manufacturer's identity that supported and helped develop that specific title - when -AMD will naturally get a 'March shot' in its titles, whereas NVIDIA On the other hand, it will lead its partners.
We are eagerly awaiting the launch of 24 in June, and you?