Six Display Port Radeon HD 5870 2GB on it's way

Graphics Cards 1673 Published by ImageWe carefully already mantioned this card in out ATI series 5000 reviews, in the Eyefinity sections. ATI is prepping (for a very small userbase) a new version of its Radeon HD 5870 flagship product, which will provide customers with a choice for a card that is featured with a more-than-impressive six DisplayPorts.

The card boasts 2GB of GDDR5 memory, double that of what is currently available on the reference HD 5870 model, the new card sports no less than six display ports. Unlike the majority of today's latest desktop GPUs, which feature at least a DVI or VGA connector, the 2GB-equipped Radeon HD 5870 comes with six display ports.

As far as the other specifications go, it appears that the card will feature the same number of 1,600 Stream processors, while the GPU and memory clock speeds have been set to 850MHz and 4,800MHz, respectively.

We have no details on the card's expected pricing or official release date, but the chip maker will clearly use this model to demonstrate its performance capabilities when connected to a multi-display configuration, powered by the aforementioned ATI Eyefinity technology.

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