The Asus Radeon R9 380X is the latest GPU in the company’s lineup, and it’s not the first RX 570 card from AMD to hit the market.
It’s one of the first graphics cards to have been released on AMD’s new Polaris architecture, and the R9 370 was also released at the same time.
But the R7 370 is still the most recent card AMD has launched, and now the company has officially announced it.
The R9 570 is a reference card, and has been in the works since August of last year, with AMD promising a new version of the card for the end of the year.
Now, the company says that the Radeon R7 380X will be released on October 23, 2017.
The RX 570 will be the most powerful graphics card available for 2017, and will deliver up to 10.6 TFLOPS of performance.
The card will feature a whopping 4GB of GDDR5 memory running at 9Gbps.
It will also come with a 256-bit memory interface, up from 32-bit on the R290X, and support for DirectX 12, Vulkan, and OpenCL.
The Radeon R3 380X features a slightly different GPU architecture, but the card will have the same 8GB of RAM and 4GB graphics processing units.
It features 128-bit GDDR5X memory running in a 256 bit interface.
The R3 390 features a much higher-resolution 8GB RAM configuration, which is more than twice as much as the R3 370, and uses the same 256-bits memory interface.
We don’t have any more details on the exact pricing, but we will update this article once more details become available.
The Asus Radeon HD 7970 has also been confirmed as the new Radeon RX 580, and we already know that the card is going to launch on October 25.
The Radeon HD 7870, a card that has been on the market since March of this year, is also expected to be launching on October 24.
The Sapphire R9 280X and Sapphire R5 280X are also expected, but there’s no confirmation yet on those cards.
AMD is currently testing the Radeon RX Vega 56, and is expected to launch the card sometime later this year.AMD is also teasing the Radeon Vega 56 in an image posted on the official Radeon website.