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Wednesday, 12 December 2007 12:46

HD3850 with GDDR4 memory bumped up

Written by Fudzilla staff

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700MHz core, 2200MHz memory



The chaps over at expreview.com got hold of a rather interesting HD3850 card.

It's made by Unika, and it's unique in that it is the first HD3850 card with GDDR4 memory we've seen so far. It uses a slightly smaller PCB, designed and built by Triplex, and a non-reference Al-Cu cooler.

The core clock is bumped up to 700MHz, while the Hynix 0.8ns memory runs at 2200MHz, which is about 33 percent higher than the reference GDDR3 speed of 1660MHz.

You can find out more and see the pics here.
Last modified on Thursday, 13 December 2007 02:54
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