For all of the acclaim the R9 Fury X2 has garnered, AMD hasn’t done much more than wave a dual-chip PCB in the year and call it a day. No more.
The surefire king of the GPU hill, the Radeon R9 Fury X2, will be delayed a wee bit longer than we hoped for.
Expect to be able to pick one up, if you can afford it, during February or March of 2016.
And it’s equipped with two Fiji XT GPUs and 1TB/s of memory bandwidth.
It’s more neat than it is feasible.
It’s helluva spec’ed, and we love it.
We need it to be more than just a concept.
It’s very nearly dynamite in a small package.
Are NVIDIA’s high-end cards too much for the Fury X to handle?
For as solid as its price/performance ratio is, don’t expect the GTX 980 Ti to be all that cheap locally.
AMD’s Fiji XT may well have what it takes to dethrone the Titan X?