It’s not the first time we talk about this dual-GPU videocard (see HERE and HERE). But now, rumors are over
and AMD has confirmed during the GDC 2013 that HD 7990 reference board is currently in the works and is almost done. The Radeon HD 7990, codenamed Malta, is made up of two Tahiti Pro GPUs (the GPU of the Radeon HD 7950). The HD 7990 will have 6GB of GDDR5 memory and two 8-pin power connectors for a maximal board power of 375W (it’s not the TDP, which should be lower). The Malta based card should be priced at around $1000…
AMD’s Devon Nekechuk showing the dula-GPU HD 7990 reference board
And to show the power of its next hulk, AMD is preparing a new tech demo with a new adventure of Ruby, based on the CryEngine 3 :
And the Battlefield 4 demonstration, showed at GDC 2013, was the first opportunity for AMD to show a Radeon HD 7990 in action.