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Sunday, 07 November 2010 13:14

Some Cayman Radeon HD6970 specs

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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1536 stream processors
We managed to get some specs of the soon-to-launch, well at least on paper, AMD Radeon HD 6970 card.

What we can share with you is that Cayman packs 1536 stream processors, 32ROPs, 96 Texture units and 2GB of GDDR5 memory.

We, the hard working people of Fudzilla, also have learned that the card comes with two DVI ports, 2 mini Display ports and HDMI, which is much better than what Nvidia's GTX 580 can offer.

TDP looks to be slightly lower than GTX 580’s but in worst case it looks to go up to the sky, something that we’ve seen with GTX 480 and almost 300W TDP in Furmark. Stay tuned, more specs will follow as soon as we can confirm them.
Last modified on Sunday, 07 November 2010 18:42
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