ASUS mentions Radeon R7 360X on its web site

ASUS mentions Radeon R7 360X on its web site

The upcoming AMD Radeon R9 300 series has become a recurring topic on many web sites but the actual cards are nowhere to be seen. In fact they have been mentioned so many times they are hardly any news nowadays.

Despite this fact we will be dealing with AMD’s new cards once again. The reason is that a new unknown Radeon card has surfaced on the ASUS web site. The card in question is called Radeon R7 360X and it belongs to the company’s Strix line. In fact the card is called STRIX-R7360X-DC2OC-2GD5, which means that it also comes with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory and judging from the pics published the R7 360X has a DirectCU II cooling system and increased clock speeds.

Chances are this card does exist as it can be seen on several ASUS web sites. It might come out this June along with the rest of the new Radeon R9 300 line.

Source: ASUS

Related posts

Toshiba displays a bunch of new Canvio hard drives

The Japanese tech company Toshiba has unveiled a number of new hard drive models that belong to the company’s Canvio line of customer storage products. The new models belong to the all-new Canvio Slim line of compact portable hard drives, to the Canvio Desk series of external hard...

Ricoh CX3 with back-illuminated CMOS sensor

Ricoh launched its new CX3 digital compact camera, with a 10 megapixel and back-illuminated CMOS sensor. The CX3 offers 10.7x optical zoom (28-300mm equivalent), 3-inch 920k-dot LCD, adds 720p HD video recording, scene auto mode  and enhanced noise reduction. Press Release - Ricoh today...

Kingston debuts the UV400 solid-state drive line

Kingston debuts the UV400 solid-state drive line

Kingston Digital, Inc. – the flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology – has announced the market release of a new solid-state drive line, known as UV400. The new line is aimed at budget-conscious users but still comes with excellent performance. Surprisingly, the UV400 drives ship in a...

Leave a comment