[UPDATED] Radeon HD 6990 Will Pack 3840SP for a TDP of 300W

Radeon HD 6970 vs HD 5870 - Tessellation

UPDATE (2010.11.24)

According to 3dcenter.org, the previous slide showing 3840 SP for the HD 6990 is FAKE, like the following one:

Radeon Uber-HD 10000 - Fake slide

Thanks to Psolord for the news 😉

This nice slide shows some important features of AMD’s next dual-GPU card the Radeon HD 6990. The HD 6990 (based on the Antilles GPU — two Cayman GPUs –) will have 3840 shader processors (SP) or 1920SP per GPU. The card will embark 4GB of GDDR5 memory and the TDP will not exceed 300W thanks to the new power containment feature.

300W will certainly involve two 8-pin power connectors (see here: Maximum Power Consumption of Graphics Card Connectors).


6 thoughts on “[UPDATED] Radeon HD 6990 Will Pack 3840SP for a TDP of 300W”

  1. Psolord

    Since I am not interested in dual chip cards, the interesting bit of info here is the specs of the cayman chip.

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