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  1. psreesreekanth

    psreesreekanth New Member

    Nov 4, 2005
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    The R600 Specs are:

    64 4-Way SIMD Unified Shaders, 128 Shader Operations/Cycle
    32 TMUs, 16 ROPs
    512 bit Memory Controller, full 32 bit per chip connection
    GDDR3 at 900 MHz clock speed (January)
    GDDR4 at 1.1 GHz clock speed (March, revised edition)
    Total bandwidth 115 GB/s on GDDR3
    Total bandwidth 140 GB/s on GDDR4
    Consumer memory support 1024 MB
    DX10 full compatibility with draft DX10.1 vendor-specific cap removal (unified programming)
    32FP internal processing
    Hardware support for GPU clustering (any 2^n number, not limited to Dual or Quad-GPU)
    Hardware DVI-HDCP support (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
    Hardware Quad-DVI output support (Limited to workstation editions)
    Multi-GPU cluster solutions will be available for the workstation market only until March, 2007.

    Processing Power:

    105,000,000,000 SOps (Shader Operations Per Second)
    2,000,000,000 TCps (Triangle Calculations Per Second)
    28 GTps (Gigatexels Per Second)

    where ih heavens is this battle between ati and nvidia is going look at the
    processing specs of the new gcard from ati in dx10 range.

    mind blowinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnggggggggggggggggggg

    imagine clarity of this card.And that to unified shaders.oh my god.
    lets wait for heaven like feel to come into our desktops
  2. faraaz

    faraaz Evil Genius

    Oct 31, 2004
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    What is this in comparison with the G80 series cards of NVidia?? I dunno what all those numbers mean...except for a lot of zeroes...
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