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Monday, 22 November 2010 11:01

Cayman/Antilles slides leaked

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1920 stream processors per core

A forum member at 3Dcenter has posted what appears to be a legit Cayman/Antilles spec slide and several additional slides have appeared on a Polish tech site. All slides pretty much confirm what we already knew, but there are some new figures and surprises as well.

Cayman should pack 1920 stream processors in 30 SIMD engines, which proves that it’s a 4D architecture as expected. Computational power in single precision is estimated at 3 TFLOPs and the card boasts 96 TMUs, 32 ROPs and a memory bandwidth of 160GB/s. It will pack 2GB of 256-bit memory.

The Antilles features two Cayman GPUs and has a total of 3840 stream processors, 4GB of memory and a bandwidth of 307.2GB/s. The TDP for the Antilles is 300W, which doesn’t sound too bad considering the spec. Interestingly, the board won't feature native HDMI output, as it will pack two DVIs and three mini-Displayport outs.

You can check out the slides here and here.

Last modified on Monday, 22 November 2010 11:18
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+28 #1 thaad 2010-11-22 11:24
I found it early at :
http://techpowerup.com/135001/AMD-Cayman-Antilles-Specifications-Surface.html

That very nice spec. cannot wait for the review...
 
 
-37 #2 hellfire 2010-11-22 11:35
can you divide 96\30? no? that means either that 96 number is wrong ow that they went back to TMU pool as in R600. And I doubt the last one.
 
 
+20 #3 leftiszi 2010-11-22 11:53
Here are the rest.

http://forums.vr-zone.com/news-around-the-web/939375-69xx-slides.html
 
 
-18 #4 Gainward 2010-11-22 12:00
heads up guys and gals GTX 595 shows up also :-) just for both camps. a Chance for you to compare them both :-)

you can find it on chinese site enet..

2 eight pin on the power on the Nvidia

how the hell do you get to marks down for reporting news, apart from me getting the news beofre many sites, even hexus has only just got it up and hour after me... I was just posting this under a graphics heading thought ATI fans can look at Nivds work and vice versa.

Im not championing either...

Could I just ask those who marked me down could you please clarify using grown up words why? (sets up a myriad of childish comments). this is why I post so little on here it becomes tiresome.
 
 
+29 #5 Naterm 2010-11-22 12:00
The HD 5870 was the first AMD card that I've considered buying in a long time and I just might get this 'HD 6970' card. I'm not to thrilled at the prospect of AMD's Linux GPU drivers, but I don't think there will be much of a need to pass this thing down to my Linux PC. The multiple monitor support is what's really moved me towards it over the GTX 580. It's just really nice to hook three or four monitors into one GPU.
 
 
-18 #6 Gainward 2010-11-22 12:03
just to add... and from a reliable source (oem, within) that from what he hears they are GF114's

now wait a freakin minute... why the hell do i get marked down for reporting news...

for the record im still in luv(3dfx) sadly missed. I have no fave.. its comes down cost and performance for me.
 
 
+64 #7 Supercrit 2010-11-22 12:22
Quote:
Some Cayman Radeon HD6970 specs

Written by Fuad Abazovic

1536 stream processors


:D
 
 
+70 #8 Lightspeed 2010-11-22 12:55
Isn't it great when it's not Fuad who is posting? The text is so informative and professional. Not a single shit saying how NVIDIA will wonderfully remain on top of the good stuff.

I say Fuad should give up being a poster and just read his news out loud to himself. Let professionals do the magic.
 
 
+47 #9 spede 2010-11-22 13:09
Quoting Lightspeed:
Isn't it great when it's not Fuad who is posting? The text is so informative and professional. Not a single shit saying how NVIDIA will wonderfully remain on top of the good stuff.

I say Fuad should give up being a poster and just read his news out loud to himself. Let professionals do the magic.


That's because new and powerful Radeons (that might even beat GTX580) is bitter news for Fuad. There is nothing to bash.
 
 
-95 #10 HiTechpro 2010-11-22 13:25
Quoting Lightspeed:
Isn't it great when it's not Fuad who is posting? The text is so informative and professional. Not a single shit saying how NVIDIA will wonderfully remain on top of the good stuff.

I say Fuad should give up being a poster and just read his news out loud to himself. Let professionals do the magic.



uuuhhh buuuu
bad loser go home to mom and cry :D
 

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