In recent months, we've seen a bunch of rumors surrounding AMD's 300-series Radeons. The latest suggests that at least one of those cards will arrive very soon. Videocardz has images of an apparent product listing for the Radeon R9 370, which is pegged for an early April release.
According to the listing, the R9 370 is based on a Trinidad Pro GPU. Clock speeds and unit counts aren't provided, but the card reportedly has a 256-bit path to 2GB of GDDR5 memory. It could be a competitor for Nvidia's GeForce GTX 960.
Like the GTX 960, the R9 370 appears to be quite small. The circuit board is said to be only 6.6" long, making it ideal for stubby, Mini-ITX graphics cards. The specifications matrix also indicates that the card has only one PCIe power connector and a single fan. Odds are it's easy to keep cool.
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