AMD Launches Radeon Series 300 Graphics Card
Along with the three Radeon Fury graphics cards, AMD also showcased a total of seven (7) graphics card under the new Radeon 300 Series lineup.
The new Radeon 300 Series graphics cards have seen some nominal upgrades from their Radeon 200 predecessors and are fine-tuned to support new features and technologies.
The top of the line Radeon 300 Series graphics card comprises of the R9 390X and the R9 390, both of which run on Grenada GPU (Grenada XT and Grenada Pro respectively) and sport 8GB of VRAM clocked at 1500MHz with 384GB/s bandwidth.
The Radeon R9 390X and Radeon R9 390 will be available later this week, and will retail for $429 and $329 respectively.
Sitting a notch lower than the two aforementioned graphics card are two (2) Radeon R9 380 models. The VRAM setup starts 2GB and goes all the way up to 4GB on the pricier variant, the bus interface is 256-bit and the memory frequency is clocked at 1375MHz.
The Radeon R9 380 series starts at $199.
Next up are the new R7 300 Series graphics card which comprises of the Radeon R7 370 and the Radeon R7 260. The former is offered in 2GB and 4GB configurations, while the latter is only available in 2GB.
Details about the pricing of the Radeon R7 360 were not announced during the launch. The Radeon R7 370, on the other hand, will retail for $149.