TPU came across the specifications of AMD's Radeon HD 7790. This new card features Bonaire, a new 28 GPU with 2.08 billion transistors, 896 stream processors, 1GHz core, 128-bit memory bus, 6000MHz memory, 85W TDP, and up to 1.79 teraflops of computing power.
If the rumors are true, the card is set to be released tomorrow.
The HD 7790 is mentioned to feature a primitive rate of 2 prim/clk, suggesting that its component hierarchy is more similar to "Tahiti" than "Cape Verde," which could mean double the tessellation processing power. All said and done, the HD 7790 belts out 1.79 TFLOPs of floating-point performance. The source goes on to mention in its text that the card features a 128-bit wide memory interface, memory clock speed of 6.00 GHz (96 GB/s), a TDP of 85W, and a single 6-pin PCIe power connector.