Source: AMD Pirate Islands : R9 300 Series Alleged Specifications Detailed, Flagship Cores Bermuda XTX, Treasure Island XTX and Fiji XTX
*Nothing mentioned in this leak is set in concrete, AMD is bound to change a few things here and there.
[Exclusive] [Editorial]: I have just recently gotten my hands on a somewhat outdated and alleged AMD GPU specification details, the essentials of which should nonetheless hold true. The specifics mentioned in this post are liable to change and the primary focus of this leak is to serve as the basis of all future Pirate Islands speculation. This is going to be a very very interesting post, so buckle up, but keep that pinch of salt handy.
AMD Pirate Islands GPUs: R9 390X ‘Bermuda’ R9 380X ‘ Fiji’ R9 370X ‘ Treasure Island’
So lets begin, basically the AMD Details show three GPUs, the R9 390X, R9 380X and R9 370X, namely the Pirate Islands series. According to these details all GPUs will be based on the TSMC 20nm Node and will be true Pirate Island cores, which is why nomenclature of the dies will be derivative in nature. Another thing mentioned is that all Pirate Island GPUs will have the DirectX 12 Hardware Feature Set. According to these details the R9 370X is slated for announcement/arrival sometime this July-August this year. The R9 370X will feature a ‘Treasure Island XTX’ core and supposedly has 1536 Stream-processors, 96 Texture Units and 48 ROPs on the uncut die. Of course this road-map precedes the report we got of TSMC having a little trouble with 20nm so I am not sure how valid the time frame is anymore.................................... continue here Source: AMD Pirate Islands : R9 300 Series Alleged Specifications Detailed, Flagship Cores Bermuda XTX, Treasure Island XTX and Fiji XTX