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AMD Radeon R7 370 details leak (the latest Pitcairn reincarnation)

Posted on Monday, June 08 2015 @ 16:41:48 CEST by

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Quite a lot of information about AMD's Radeon Rx 300 series is leaking today. Now we have some information about the Radeon R7 370, which is another reincarnation of Pitcairn, the GPU that first made its debut in 2012 as the Radeon HD 7870.

The Radeon R7 370 is expected to arrive for $149 or less and promises 20 percent more performance than NVIDIA's GeFore GTX 750 Ti. The card has a 6-pin PCIe power connector and a single CrossFire connector.
The 6-Pin connector reveals that this card might be based on the Pitcairn XT revision featured on the R9 270 or the Pitcairn Pro revision featured on the R7 265 since the R7 270X demands two 6-Pin connectors and AMD just couldn’t magically cut down power consumption on the full core other than toning down the clock speeds as they did with the R9 270. The specifications may include 1280 stream processors, 80 TMUs, 32 ROPs which is the same as the Pitcairn XT but clock speeds could be toned down around 975 MHz range (Base/Boost). The 2 GB GDDR5 memory will operate along a 256-bit memory bus at 5.6 GHz clock speed, pumping out 179 GB/s bandwidth. It is highly likely that the Pitcairn XT will launch as the Radeon R7 370X graphics card later. In terms of performance, the card is aimed at the GeForce GTX 750 Ti (GM107 Maxwell) so it will be priced in the budget range and deliver 20% better performance as AMD’s own slide claims. There’s more to be revealed over the next couple of days so stay tuned.
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Source: WCCF Tech



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