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AMD’s dual-GPU “Fiji” card delayed, now expected to arrive in Q2 2016

Dual-GPU Fiji

AMD has now made it clear that it doesn’t have plans of launching the dual-GPU Fiji graphics card this month.

The company responded to a query from Hardware.fr saying that it expects to begin shipping the dual-GPU Fury X2 graphics card sometime in Q2 next year. The launch has reportedly been delayed to better adjust the Fiji Gemini launch schedule with growth of the VR ecosystem by the middle of next year.

AMD did say though that it has shipped samples of the Fiji Gemini card to some of its partners and the response from them has been positive so far. The Fury X2 is expected to feature 8192 Stream Processors and boast of 8GB HBM memory. Needless to say, the Fury X2 (or whatever AMD decides to name the card) will be the most powerful dual-GPU card on the market when it launches.

Source: Hardware.fr

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