A report published by the website WCCFTech claims the AMD Radeon R9 Fury X2 will launch within the next two months.
According to the report, the Radeon R9 Fury X2 is codenamed “Gemini”. As had been rumored in the past, the card will feature two Fiji XT GPUs, making it the most powerful graphics card from AMD. Both the GPUs will reportedly feature a base clock speed of 1000MHz, while the 8GB of HBM memory will be clocked at 500MHz.
As far as performance goes, the website claims AMD is targeting up to an 80% jump in 4K and WQHD resolutions when compared to the single Fiji XT GPU running at the same frequencies. Finally, it is claimed that the card will not be compatible with 32-bit Windows operating systems, which isn’t all that surprising really.