Radeon 390X/390 Spec + Benchmark ?

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  1. Rich_Guy

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    NOW THATS AN UPGRADE!!!

    That 390X I need now!

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    4GB VRAM???

    That is the only thing that needs to change and set at 1.25GHz (5GHz effective) is a little low but I suspect it will use a 512bit bus allowing them to clock the memory slower but still get massive amounts of bandwidth through.
     
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    Time to sell **** and save money I guess :D :D
     
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    If it's real, it's probably engineering samples using unoptimised drivers. Wonder if that's HBM memory?
     

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    Why?

    It's just another AMD card you'll wallow about, and won't buy

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    How are these cards going to stack up against the competition?
     
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    I dont get what you all going on about
     
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    Hopefully they release it fast, so we can see how it matches up against the 980 and Titan 2 :D
     
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    Price in previous leak was OK to me for this r9-390x CU count.
    But again they try reduce power consumption as much as possible with 1.25GHz memory running in most effective way.
    Given cooling solution required to keep it operational w/o throttling, I see this TDP as 300W.
    If it performs stable I may be sold.

    And not HBM on this card unless present on interposer with GPU as cache.
     

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    The sooner this released the sooner nvidia can release there card. Come on and release it.
     
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    Now I am bit excited this could be a beast. But we shall see. Nvidia releasing new card would mean huge die. Considering that the 980 is already 398mm. AMD's biggest so far has been 438mm the 290x. And for nvidia 561mm in the form of titan and 780 ti.
     
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    290X: Loud, warm, eat a lot.
    390X: More loud, more warm and more eating.

    No thanks. Waiting for Titan 2...
     

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    I don't get where these people get this stereotype that AMD cards run always warmer than nVidia.

    Just because the T-junction temp is higher doesn't mean it is warmer on full load.

    The stereotype may have been true in 2011 with 6k/7k series but not anymore.
     
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    And prices drop.
     
  18. Ryu5uzaku

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    Well the reference cards are hot loud and so forth. The custom cooled ones not so much. My 290x never reaches 80 celsius.

    Nvidia has made bunch of hot and loud cards a long the way too. With 6xx/7xx and 9xx they redeemed themselves totally. Radeon 7970 was pretty good on power but had ****ty cooler they just did not improve things on power side with 290 and 290x. Like nvidia improved from 5xx to 6xx/7xx. And again to 9xx. So I am hopeful that AMD did improve things from 2xx to 3xx.
     
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    It was always wrong, it is power consumption versus cooling capacity. 200W card is 200W card and temperature it reaches is just function of cooling capability.

    Contest for hottest card ever wins by great margin GeForce 8800 series which even with extremely heavy heatsink heated to shutdown temperature unless custom fan curve/mod got involved.
    And because that thing had so much metal as heatsink it took quite some time to cool it down back to idle temp.
    And that were cards ranging from 145 to 175W, in other words not so power hungry.
    But then someone can maybe remember something like one slot HD3870, which cooling area was so small and weak to cool 105W card.


    Cooling matters.
     
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    If the 4096bit bus is to trust, this is HBM ( you should not see more of 4GB at first-8Gb then )

    Or it just a bad report on Sandra
     
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