AMD Hawaii GPU '14 Tech Day Sneak Peek in Pictures

Tom's Hardware Worldwide Editor-in-Chief Chris Angelini is taking one for the team and is on location at AMD's GPU14 event in Hawaii. Last night, Chris got the chance to go hands on with a piece of AMD's new hardware. Here's what he got to see:

If you look closely at one of the pictures, you may recognize the model number from news you may have read recently: AMD Radeon R9 290X. On a side note, this quick peek took place on the U.S.S. Missouri. Check out more pictures of her below, if you're into that sort of thing.

AMD will be presenting a live webcast at 3:00 p.m. ET at LiveStream. Also stay tuned for our live commentary during that time in our live blog.

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  • lp231
    They did that once with their Eyefinity setup, forgot which ship they we're on when they demo it.
    And is that 3 intake holes just like the R7-260X? What happened to using 2x mini-DP like their previous gen cards?
  • patrick47018
  • jimmysmitty
    That's a interesting heatsink design. I wonder how efficient it is.

    Guess we will find out soon I guess.

    Also looks like R9-290X is the new top end single GPU so I guess the R9-295X might be the dual GPU?
  • vir_cotto
    I'm excited for the Gigabyte design from it, they usually have a card with 3 fans.
  • Mas3nk0
    How fast after this event and the NDA closure will Tom's be able to have reviews of these new boards from AMD?
  • smeezekitty
    Possible specs:
    I have to say I don't care for the new model naming convention though.
  • mavikt
    Dang; At first I thought those pictures at the end was an awesome tech-demo...
  • iamtheking123
    It's 6 months behind Nvidia so it had better offer pretty good price/performance. Either way it's good for NV users like me because it'll lower 700 series prices.
  • rolli59
    Waiting for the reviews!
  • noobzilla771
    I hope they simplify the codes or are those just insider code names? Radeon 5xxx 6xxx etc and GTX 6xx 7xx are all pretty easy to remember.