We test the Radeon HD 5830. So where then was still a gap in the market for ATI ? Well, in-between the Radeon HD 5770 and Radeon 5850 there is room for another product. A product that would cost roughly 250 USD and performance wise would sit in-between the aforementioned graphics cards.
So here's what ATI did, they took the sweet Radeon HD 5850, disabled three a whole lot of shader processors and ROP engines, fooled around with the clocks a little and that's what is being released today as the Radeon HD 5830.
Radeon HD 7000 Series Specs Leaked - 09/06/2011 06:19 AM
We are taking this information with a big grain of salt, nothing is confirmed whatsoever and we have no idea where these specs where obtained from. Wccftech reports the following, and I'll do a shamel...
AMD Radeon HD 7000 to be used for Trinity APUs - 09/01/2011 10:17 AM
It was not exactly a surprize anymore but the next generation Llano APUs will be called Trinity, the graphics engine inside that APU will be based on Radeon 7000 series technology. A
Radeon HD 7000 Series PCI-Express 3.0 Compliant - 07/18/2011 11:00 AM
Soon you will see a new wave of motherboards getting PCIE 3.0 support but well, there's nothing out there utilizing all that extra bandwith and power spec. Well, good news, AMD's next generation of gr...
Ivy Bridge with Radeon HD 6990 and GeForce GTX 580 - 07/15/2011 10:58 AM
There is a batch of early engineering sample dual-core Ivy Bridge processors, they are clocked low but that doesn't stop news from spreading arround in terms of performance. New results have been post...