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    Default Rumour: Radeon HD 6000 specs revealed

    The new graphics card generation, the direct successor of the current HD5000er series, is due out later this year, in this regard we have received new information from an industry-related source. So shall have already come in the middle of next October, the first offshoot of the new HD6000er series and the code name "bear Barts.

    The small branch is located in view of the performance between a current HD5770 and HD5870. In addition comes an eight-layer PCBs, 1GB GDDR5 memory with 5Gbps and 2x6pin power connectors are used. The TDP of the new pixel accelerator should be slightly higher than 150 and as connections are 2xDVI, HDMI, 2xMini-DP, with the support of Eyefinity 4, available. In addition, the chip of the "beard" Pinkomaptibel with the PCB is the HD5800, which will drive down production costs significantly. The above specifications refer to "Barts XT.

    http://translate.google.com/translat...&sl=auto&tl=en
    This now appears to have been confirmed by ATI Forum's sources, who say Barts-based graphics cards will feature 1GB of 5GHz (effective) GDDR5 memory, two six-pin PCI-E power connector and a TDP just above the 150W mark. Meanwhile, the backplate will feature two DVI ports, an HDMI connector and two mini-DisplayPort sockets.

    According to the site, the cards will be able to spread a game over four monitors with support for EyeFinity4, and the PCB will be the same as the one used in current Radeon HD 5800-series cards, making the new cards cheaper to produce. If the rumours are to be believed, Bart-based cards are expected to sit in a performance-league between the Radeon HD 5770 and HD 5870; possibly similar to a Radeon HD 5830.

    http://www.thinq.co.uk/2010/8/25/rum...pecs-revealed/
    Chances are I will get another 5870 before getting 6000

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    They're talking about the HD6770 type of card. If you were to go to that, it'd be like going from an HD4870 to an HD5770, which is plain silly. This is the mainstream/budget segment they're talkin about here, not flagship SI chips.

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    AMD recently revealed bits on its coming graphics architecture and after some digging we found information about what circuits will appear in 2010, and that includes Antilles sporting dual GPUs; to be known as Radeon HD 6970.
    According to reliable sources, the Radeon HD 6000 family will consist of three different series; Antilles, Caymen and Barts. Where the last one will be the first one out.
    Barts will replace AMD Juniper in the mid-range segment and most likely be named Radeon HD 6700 series. The launch is scheduled for October 2010. The code-name most likely comes from Saint-Barthélemy (Saint Barts), which is a Frech island in the Caribbean. On a side note, Saint Barts was a Swedish colony between 1784-1878, which can be seen on the island shield with its three crowns.

    The West Indies have given names to several of AMD's new circuits
    Caymen will replace Cypress and take over in the performance segment from Radeon HD 5870, 5850 and 5830. Exactly what models that will launch is uncertain, but the cards are expected to reach stores in November 2010 in the form of the Radeon HD 6800 series. Catalyst 10.8 lists 14 different Cayman models (more on that later). The GL models are a bit illusive at the moment, but could very well just be the FireGL versions of AMD's professional family. The Cayman Islands can also be found in the Caribbean, Weest Indies and have been named after the native tounge for alligator (caiman).
    Antilles sports graphics circuits of the Caymen series, but as the successor to Hemlock it uses two of these with each card. This dual-GPU card looks to launch in two versions, like much Radeon HD 4850 X2 and 4870 X2. If there is any room for the entry level model of Antilles is hard to say, but in December 2010 we can expect the first Antilles models in stores. Antilles is named after the islands with the same name, a group of islands divided into two groups; Greater Antilles and Lesser Antilles.

    AMD to use dual graphics circuits with Radeon HD 6000 family
    AMD Radeon HD 6970 will probably be the name of the top model of the series and should launch in December.
    We still fairly little about the changes made to the architecture since Evergreen, but from what it looks like AMD has plcaed itself in top of NVIDIA Fermi, but also lowered energy consumption.
    We hope to offer more details soon, not the least more on the mid-range and entry level cards that are slated to appear early next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    They're talking about the HD6770 type of card. If you were to go to that, it'd be like going from an HD4870 to an HD5770, which is plain silly. This is the mainstream/budget segment they're talkin about here, not flagship SI chips.
    From what I read on other reports, the first cards to come out (sampling in October and in the market mid-November) will be the performance cards, with the lower level parts only coming out in Q1 2011.
    Since these will be 40nm parts (they'll be skipping 32nm and going straight to 28nm by the end of 2011), it will be an evolutionary increase not revolutionary. I welcome these cards for the pricing pressure they will exert on all the top end cards, although I doubt GTX 460 1 GB will drop much... maybe to $190 to $200 with no rebate instead of $230. I suspect that GTX 480, and Radeon 5870 and 5970 will drop more if the performance 6000s come out first.

    Edit: So, based on what Steve just posted, Barts (6700 series) will come out first, but 6800 will come out soon after. Good to know.

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    I will tell you this for certainty:

    Flagship cards always, ALWAYS come out first nowadays.

    I don't care what the rumors say. Look at the past several years of ATI and Nvidia. Top cards always are first out of the shop, then work downward in price scale, and somewhere in there near the front 1/3 release is a dual GPU or something similar. History should repeat itself again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    I will tell you this for certainty:

    Flagship cards always, ALWAYS come out first nowadays.

    I don't care what the rumors say. Look at the past several years of ATI and Nvidia. Top cards always are first out of the shop, then work downward in price scale, and somewhere in there near the front 1/3 release is a dual GPU or something similar. History should repeat itself again.
    I agree,history always repeats itself especially GPUs,the flagship cards always comes first
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    One thing you can count on, when their ready we will have a sample to review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    One thing you can count on, when their ready we will have a sample to review.

    Make a fishing contest for the card after the review. Who catches a bigger fish or who makes the most dry humor posts in the forum or better yet who changes his avatar most in the last 6 months!!! LOL

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    Default Just had a thought...

    the cards will be able to spread a game over four monitors with support for EyeFinity4
    Is ATI out of their minds? This is becoming like the number of blades on a razor... Eyefinity four - whether in a 4x1 or 2x2 configuration is absolutely useless for multi-monitor gaming. Your cursor will be smack dab in the middle of the bezel of two (or four) screens. This is why eyefinity 2 isn't viable either. The only advantage of this would be for people who do work on four monitors and would like to power four monitors off of one card. But they're not describing it as "four monitor output on one card". It's being called "Eyefinity 4" which is specifcally gaming related... I hope these marketing gimmicks are not a sign that they're trying to make up for a lackluster increase in performance. I guess we'll see when production cards come out...

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    I think the cursor will be where you stop the mouse and stay if you prefer. It will be easy to get used to and I agree, do not think 4 monitors are intended for gaming. ATI cards perform just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    I think the cursor will be where you stop the mouse and stay if you prefer. It will be easy to get used to and I agree, do not think 4 monitors are intended for gaming. ATI cards perform just fine.
    Of course ATI cards perform fine. I said "I hope...not a...lackluster increase in performance". In other words, 6770 vs. 5770 and 6850 vs 5850 and 6870 vs 5870.

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    How mnay people can afford all these monitors ? With the price of the cards going up who needs 3 or more LCDs ? I"m happy with my 30" sure two would be nice but I'm not going out of my way to buy another one, I could own a new 990X instead and still have $400 left over.

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