AMD formally announced its 14nm FinFET Polaris architecture last month, with cards based on the architecture slated to launch sometime over the summer. While the vendor is yet to detail how many cards it will launch, it is likely we’ll see at least three cards: one aimed at the entry-level, a mid-tier card and a flagship offering.
India’s import website Zauba has shed more light on what could possible turn out to be the high-end Polaris card, which may turn out to cost over $1,700. The listing, which lists a “printed circuit board,” may be in reference to a finished product that has more than one video card, considering that the flagship Hawaii card was listed at the equivalent of $600.
What we do know is that the little that AMD has revealed of the Polaris 11 And Polaris 10 thus far signify the vendor’s “most revolutionary jump in performance.” It will be interesting to see if the vendor can take the challenge to Nvidia this year, who is also set to debut cards based on its Pascal architecture sometime mid-2016.