AMD announces Project Quantum

AMD announces Project Quantum

AMD’s big day today was almost fully dedicated to its new generation of graphics cards but the acclaimed US company also announced a new and rather interesting product called Project Quantum. The new AMD gadget packs two full Fiji cores and delivers the amazing 17.2 TFLOPS of computational power, which is more than enough to play games at 4K resolution at 60 FPS.

In addition to the two Fiji cores AMD’s Project Quantum features a custom SFF case that stays surprisingly cool and quiet when operating. Inside Project Quantum features a dual-GPU Fiji-based graphics card with no name as of now but packing 8 GB of HBM memory. Due to the heat output of the two GPUs Project Quantum features liquid cooling.

Project Quantum runs Windows 10 and will be on the market when the new Microsoft OS becomes available. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: AMD

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