AMD Reveals Specs and Prices For The R9 390, R9 390X And The R9 380
Finally, AMD has officially announced its new GPUs during its E3 event. Less surprisingly, the specs are almost identical to the rumored ones.
Among the launched Graphics cards are R9 390 and R9 390X. Both of the aforesaid GPUs will feature 8GB GDDR5 DRAM, which will render the capability of playing 4k games.
R9 390 is priced at $329, while buyers will get R9 390X for $429. The Enhanced Hawaii processors will feature high clock speeds and double VRAM, and are expected to give Nvidia’s 970 and 980 graphic cards a real challenge.
R9 390X will be clocked at 1070 MHz. The memory speed has been upped from 5400MHz to 6000MHz. In addition to this, R9 390X will have larger frame buffer, that can boost its performance efficiency to great extent.
Moreover, AMD has confirmed R9 380 4GB, chipset Tonga Pro; the pricing starts at $199. Briefly describing its structure, the rear I/O of the R9 380 is comprised of one DVI-D, one DVI-I, one full sized DisplaPort and one HDMI connection.