Most recently, with the launch of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 displacement with 2GB video memory models with 4 GB, realizing that this is the absolute minimum for any modern video card. So did AMD, releasing Radeon R9 380 with 4 GB of memory on board. Now manufacturers of graphics cards introduced a new version of the Radeon R9 390. They kept the configuration “2560:160:64”, but lost by exactly 4 GB of GDDR5.
It’s quite interesting in its price range solution with good performance, based on the chip Grenada, the default was equipped with 8 GB of video memory with 512-bit bus access. But this volume is too big for even the Radeon R9 390X: tests showed Radeon R9 [...]
AMD has put itself in a rather awkward position with DirectX from Microsoft. Mantle, obviously works better than the industry standard for DirectX 11, DirectX 12 and the introduction, as well as Nvidia and opinion about him, be able to shed some light on what we get with this update.
AMD, clearly expressed its support for DirectX and was happy to say that all of the GPUs Radeon, working on its latest architecture Graphics Core Next (GCN), will support DirectX 12. They include the Radeon HD 7000 Southern Islands 2012 GPU, and a series of 2013/2014 Volcanic Islands R200.
AMD uses the words “full compatibility”, so that any errors will not be there, but [...]
Platform Details that are already mentioned in the picture but for accessibility issue and for sharing convenience the details are:Dual/Quad Core, AMD Start Now technology w/smart sleep AMD Turbo Dock technology for 40% performance boost Jaguar Core: Up to 20% improvement over Bobcat cores “GCN” GPU core: Up to 75% compute performance (GFLOP) improvement with DirectX 11.1 Support Power gating for DCE, UVD, VCE, NG and DDR P-States Memory support: [...]