UPDATED 10:40 EST.
It’s great what you can pick up by actually going to trade shows versus just watching the videos from the office and E3 is no exception.
Moor Insights & Strategy’s Anshel Sag saw at E3 what has only been rumored so far, a dual GPU Fury board from Advanced Micro Devices. To be clear, this is a PCB and not a complete board, but it is certainly what turns into a complete GPU card after adding components to it and a water cooling system.
We covered a lot of Advanced Micro Devices ground at E3 if you didn’t see it already:
- AMD Launches New Radeon 300 Series Graphics Card Lineup At E3
- Could Advanced Micro Devices Have An Advantage With Microsoft Xbox Game Streaming?
- RESEARCH BRIEF: AMD Brings New Value to Radeon
- RESEARCH BRIEF: AMD 6th Generation Processor Brings Best-in-Class Game Streaming to Windows™ 10
We’ll let you know more about the dual GPU Fury as we get more information on it.
Dual Fury GPU PCB (Credit: Anshel Sag, Moor Insights & Strategy)
UPDATED: Lisa Su, AMD CEO just showed off the dual GPU Fury X PCB on stage at E3 at the “PC Gamer” show. AMD could have easily made the announcement at their own announcement, but it appears they wanted to have “one more thing”. I’m expecting that the board will be available in the fall of this year. Let the games begin!
AMD CEO Lisa Su shows off dual GPU Fury X PCB (Credit: Patrick Moorhead, Moor insights & Strategy)