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ATI dual-GPU DirectX 11 card expected by year-end

Posted on Wednesday, September 02 2009 @ 21:26:38 CEST by


X-bit Labs published a brief overview of AMD's upcoming DirectX 11 cards, and mentions the company's dual-GPU Radeon HD 5870 X2 "Hemlock" graphics card will likely arrive by the end of the year.
Based on the currently available information, ATI’s DirectX 11 family will consist of the following products:

  • Hemlock - dual-chip flagship graphics solutions powered by two RV870 chips (originally known as R800);
  • Cypress – single-chip high-performance graphics solution based on RV870 chip that will replace ATI Radeon HD 4890;
  • Juniper – single chip performance graphics solution that will replace the remaining Radeon HD 4870 and 4850 graphics boards. It is highly likely that this one is based on the RV870 as well;
  • Redwood – single chip mainstream graphics solution(s) based on RV830 chip that will replace both RV730 and RV740-based solutions;
  • Cedar – single chip entry-level graphics solution(s) based on RV810 chip;



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