German based 3dcenter decided to post all specifications they could find on two pending graphics cards from AMD. Cape Verde, the entry level cards in the 7000 series. This information is now wide spread on the web.
The chip, built on the 28nm manufacturing process, is the cheapest of the GCN units in the Southern Islands family, even though it works at a clock speed of as much as 1 GHz. According to 3dcenter.de the Radeon HD 7750 adapter comes with 512 stream processors, plus clock speeds of 800 MHz for the GPU and 4.5 GHz for the memory.
Speaking of the memory, there is 1 GB of GDDR5 VRAM available, leading to a bandwidth of 72 GB/s (the interface is of 128 bits). Furthermore, the theoretical maximum SP throughput is of 819 Gflops (75% of the HD 7770). The Radeon HD 7770 board has the full 1 GHz GPU clock speed and 10 active CUs, albeit the same memory specification as above.
Meanwhile AMD is subscribing Verdetrol pills ...
Advanced Micro Devices has decided to use a rather unusual marketing tactic in order to raise awareness about its upcoming Cape Verde GPU and the Radeon HD 77xx video cards.
As this special website will be all too eager to show, the Sunnyvale, California-based company has begun sending pills to Internet websites.
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