After taking a week off, AMD is back once more with another teaser for their forthcoming dual-GPU product. This should, we assume, be the final such teaser, meaning we’re getting close to the launch of the card.

Following last month’s chips & water, this time AMD has sent over a rather large metal briefcase. The briefcase is adorned with an unusual Radeon logo on one side, and the AMD logo on the top.


The code is 0-0-0, for anyone wondering

But what’s in the briefcase? That will be a subject for another day…

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  • nathanddrews - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    Did you expect anything different? NVIDIA could have launched dual GK110 over the holiday season, but they are nothing if not deliberate. Why show all your cards at once when the competition has nothing to compete? If the roles were reversed, NVIDIA would be the one with the hype campaign.

    I'm hoping that AMD follows the tradition of the 290X launch and Vesuvius ends up priced closer to $1,000 than $1,500. Miners notwithstanding. It is probably false hope.
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  • anubis44 - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    nVidia's already dead meat in the gaming market. AMD's sweep of the game consoles has seen to that. Reply
  • A5 - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    lolwut Reply
  • Gunbuster - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    Jesus did they have an intern do that? Cheap vinyl sticker with poorly cut out edges. The graphic doesn't even line up between the ribs on that shoddy oriental trading company case.

    If you cant nail the presentation on a $10 briefcase promo how can anyone expect a top class $800+ card to be properly executed!
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  • mak360 - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    Please get some sleep before you make us all look like fools. Reply
  • Elixer - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    The briefcase has a fold out heat sink (aka radiator) for the new dual card...
    The dual card will ship in another box.
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  • toyotabedzrock - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    They should have sent the briefcase to some blogs with out an nda and given them the code when the nda was lifted.

    That would have provided a massive amount of hype. Or they could have put an electronic lock and sent cracking software that runs on AMD gpus and the NDA would get lifted when the first non nda blogger cracked the code and published.
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  • Amazing Larry - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    AMD should get into the briefcase selling business, that's one hot case! TAKE MY BRIEFCASE MONEY NOW AMD!!! Reply
  • jjj - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    Isn't it amazing how Anandtech finds time to report on a metal box from a company that pays , yet a few hours after BUILD and a few more hours after Amazon's launch event you had no time to report on any of that. Something is very very wrong here. Reply
  • mak360 - Wednesday, April 02, 2014 - link

    Cry me a River JJJustin Reply

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