AMD is going to answer NVIDIA’s dual-chip GeForce GTX Titan Z with their own dual Hawaii based card. The specifications are a complete mystery at the moment since currently, we don’t know whether the card would feature the full Hawaii XT graphics unit or the Hawaii Pro one which was featured on the Radeon R9 290 (Non-X). From what it looks like, AMD will compete with its competitor which is based on fully blown GK110 cores with their fully configuration Hawaii GPU. There’s a reason why AMD went with a hybrid cooler in the first place. AMD could have gone with a lower clocked Hawaii Pro configuration and kept a triple fan design that cooled their Radeon HD 7990.