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Monday, 04 June 2007 00:11

Radeon HD 2900 XT 1GB GDDR4

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Tweaktown
reported that 1024 MB GDDR4 Radeon HD 2900 XT is just around the corner, shortly after that Coolaler.com forum member showed few pictures of it.

hd2900xt_05


The card is the same size as 512MB version, 9-inch card. It has 16 memory chips, eight on the front and eight on the back,  Samsung memory chips that are rated at 0.9ns, which should theoretically give 1,111MHz. The "guess2098" Coolaler.com forum member managed to overclock it from default 743MHz to 858MHz for the core and from 1000MHz to 1153MHz for memory.

hd2900xt_01

Some 3DMark results are posted, and the system used is "Core 2 Extreme Kenstfield Q6850 at 4GHz, Asus P5K-D, GSKILL 2GBHZ at 1000 CL4, TT 1200W PSU, TR 120-X".

Radeon HD 2900 XT 1GB GDDR4

743/1000

OC 858/1153

3DMark 01

68753

69669

3DMark 03

39360

43351

3DMark 05

22842

23978

3DMark 06

12944

14439


You can check out the bigger pictures over at Coolaler.com.


Last modified on Monday, 04 June 2007 05:41
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