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AMD Super Console: Learn more about Project Quantum

So what exactly will include futuristic gaming machine's , Which ensures smooth play of 60 frames per second or higher in any 4K mode? The details begin to appear on the web, and they are surprising

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Not only has the R9 Nano been able to ignite our imagination while AMD Unveiled Her new graphics processing generation - Project Quantum also added to the matter, mysteriously presented with a promise of dual Fiji core and performance that would make Ultra HD resolution gaming something self-evident, and everything in a modest chassis not too large than the latest desktop consoles.

Since the exposure, we have already received a few more details about AMD's dreaded computer, thanks to some brief displays after the show on stage, and thanks to the slides the official presentations prepared by the red producer. Project Quantum Will offer a dedicated approach in its cool package, where the hardware will be located at the bottom, while the top will be reserved for all elements of the system The closed water of the product - when the narrow passage between them will actually pass only the liquid pipes to cool and carry the heat generated from the components.


This is an interesting and quite clever idea, if successful (based on system effectiveness) The water) can create a dense environment for the hardware but at a relatively cool and constant temperature, with all the heat generated being transferred through the liquid system to a separate and separate compartment where the radiator separates from it.

Project Quantum's design is very innovative, but has no relative drawbacks. Power supplier, for example, will be another black box that will sit in a not too elegant way near the system itself
Project Quantum's design is very innovative, but has no relative drawbacks. Power supplier, for example, will be another black box that will sit in a not too elegant way near the system itself

With all due respect to the cooling system, the biggest engineering marvel at Project Quantum will be the dual-core Fuji card that AMD also unveiled. We still do not know but you will be called this monster (Radeon Fury X2?), But what we have seen is a printed circuit that will contain a pair of full Fijian cores (4,096 processing units and 4GB of HBM memory each), and the size will be similar to the size of the Radeon R9 290X or Radeon R9 390X only.


The reasonable assumption is that the dual-core cores will work at significantly lower frequencies than the Fury X cards Single-core, In order to converge in a thermal envelope that will probably stand somewhere between 375 and Watt to 450 watts, but the final product is still designed to be a standard size card with Maximum of 15-16TFLOPS. A huge figure that is supposed to make even gaming in 5K something logical and without too many compromises.


Another interesting element in Project Quantum is the general processor - AMD will offer models of the system with its personal processors (presumably from the powerful but outdated FX series), although at the same time we are also expected to find Intel's rival, Of the Devil's Canyon family Of the Haswell generation. Is this an absolute admission of supremacy in the field? Let 's hope that - Will be able to return some competition to this field, somewhere at the end of next year.

For dessert, we have only the price question left. AMD talked about a $ 1,500 price tag for Project Quantum, though it's now clear to us that this is probably just a starting price tag, which will probably include "just" a ticket Fury X With a single core. There is no doubt that a system with a dual-core PCI card, CPU -K and large amounts of memory Will cost more than 1,500 dollars. much more.

The Fijian double ticket is designed to arrive during Autumn 2015 - so do not expect to see Project Quantum in stores (through AMD's marketing partnership) beforehand
The double Fiji card is slated to arrive during Fall 2015 - so don't expect to see Project Quantum in stores (through AMD's marketing partner) before

The Quantum looks like a product for the gambling console players who want a more advanced experience without "getting involved" with various hardware and software issues - especially if and when collaboration between Valve to turn this system into a The Ultimate Machine.

The core of Fiji continues to impress
The core of Fiji continues to impress

We do not know what will happen next, but already we can announce that Poject Quantum is one of the most refreshing products coming out of the gates of In recent years - we definitely love this brave new direction, and hope to see more such ventures below.

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  1. Another AMD failure. It will probably heat up and burn and burn and return to factories and take out pics and all the familiar story of AMD.
    Wait for Intel Gifs-based ALIENWARE sets to be truly a hit.

  2. External power supply, see one of the pictures. Believe it will also be put in a final version. There is no reason for him to be left behind.

    If it's a PC, would it be possible for the consumer to replace components at home when the water system is so optimized? (rhetorical question..)
    Somewhat reminiscent of MacPro's innovation is only tailored to the hybrid PC console audience they aim to create.

    I am less attached to the design and the idea behind it. I was much happier to see a NUC model with similar capabilities. Solve water cooling for optimization and minimization that will allow the fan to simply handle heat. As it is now it is about to rope in components when the technology is not optimized for the purpose.
    Red LEDs are a matter of personal taste already - I personally think it's gaudy, enthusiastic and unnecessary.

    As a concept product, even if the performance here seems less to me, I think it's a welcome contribution that will encourage others to introduce their own versions.
    The world is always moving towards minimizing unification and component integration, this is another step in the right direction.

  3. I wanted to ask why Hanin Zoabi presents it… but then I saw that they already wrote… lol

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