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Tuesday, 25 September 2007 12:12

Chiphell.com shows GDDR4 card design

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The GDDR4 design pictures and TDP

 

Our colleagues from Chiphell.com have posted more design pictures of the RV670 based GDDR4 card.

The card has a dual slot cooling solution with the heatsink that covers most of the card. The guys from Chiphell also managed to get their hands on TDP table for the entire RV6xx line-up, some of them are still "to be disclosed" but you can check out the TPD for the RV670 GDDR3 and GDDR4 cards.

The TDP table confirms our stories about the RV670 TDP. We wrote that the faster iteration, codenamed Gladiator will have a TDP of 135W and that the slower one codenamed Revival has TDP of 105W. Looks like ATI struck gold its 55nm process.

You can check out the rest of the pictures at Chiphell.com.

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