Information about AMD's upcoming 300-series Radeons has dribbled out over the past few weeks, including some official details. Now, we know a little more about an apparent R9 390X, thanks to what looks like an errant image on one of XFX's R9 290X product pages:
This shot indicates that the card may ship with a whopping 8GB of memory—although it's not based on AMD's latest-and-greatest High-Bandwidth Memory tech. Instead, the full-resolution image shows that the card uses the same GDDR5 RAM we know and love. The 390X could be a rebranded Hawaii part, which would fit with what we know about the rest of the 300 series. 8GB R9 290Xs are available on Newegg, too, so such a configuration isn't completely off-base.