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AMD updates entire FirePro line to Evergreen GPUs - DX11, Eyefinity, OpenGL, CAD

Question asked by 1-5F1PAS on Apr 26, 2010
Latest reply on Apr 29, 2010 by Charles Culp

http://fireuser.com/blog/amd_updates_entire_firepro_line_to_evergreen_gpus/#When:07:10:00Z

 

 

EntryMid-RangeHigh End
FirePro
V3700
FirePro
V3800
FirePro
V3750
FirePro
V4800
FirePro
V5700
FirePro
V5800
FirePro
V7750
FirePro
V7800
FirePro
V8700
FirePro
V8800
Memory Size256MB GDDR3512MB GDDR3256MB GDDR31GB GDDR5512MB GDDR31GB GDDR51GB GDDR32GB GDDR51GB GDDR52GB GDDR5
Bus InterfacePCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
PCIe
x16
Number of Slots Required1111111122
Stream Processors4040032040032080032014408001600
Max Power (W)132434869587476138151208
Supplemental Power RequirementN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A1 x 6-pin1 x 6-pin2 x 6-pin2 x 6-pin
Number of Dual-Link DVI Outputs2111111110
DisplayPort Outputs0122222224
Maximum Resolution per Output (@ 60 Hz)2560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 16002560 x 1600
Stereo 3D Connector
(3-pin DIN)
XX
Form Factor*FH/HLHH/HLFH/HLFH/HLFH/HLFH/FLFH/FLFH/FLFH/FLFH/FL
Eyefinity SupportXXXX
Framelock/ GenlockXX
ATI CrossFire Pro2XXXXXX

 

 

Review of the V5800 and V3800 are here:

http://fireuser.com/blog/pc_perspecitve_and_phoronix_review_the_new_firepro_v5800_and_v3800/

 

 

Also, Develop3D has a review of the V8800 on Solidworks:

 

http://develop3d.com/blog/2010/04/amd-firepro-v8800-sets-solidworks-2010-on-fire

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