AMD has revealed the specs of its Radeon R9 300 series graphics cards, which have been designed for OEMs.
The series includes the Radeon R9 380, R9 370 and R9 360 cards, which feature API support for DirectX, Mantle, OpenGL and Vulkan.
AMD unveiled some brief capabilities of the new cards yesterday, but the full specs were kept under wraps until today.
Both the 380 and 360 feature AMD’s Freesync technology, while the 370 does not, however each card comes with 4K resolution support.
The 380 has a clock speed of up to 918MHz, the 370 has a clock speed of up to 975MHz and the 360 can reach a clock speed of up to 1.05GHz.
Each card’s memory also varies, as the 380 comes with up to 4GB GDDR5, while the 370 and 360 come with up to 2GB or 4GB GDDR5 and 2GB GDDR5, respectively.
This news comes after AMD announced the launch of its new 7000 series APUs, and A-Series desktop updates.
Check out the full specs list below: