Only yesterday we reported that AMDs revealed their new generation of video cards with up to 1600 stream processors and 80 TMUs. Now we are able to have a more detailed look at the HD 5870, AMDs new showpiece.
The following chart displays HD 5870s final performances in comparison to the older HD 4870 and HD 4890:
We've heard that ATI's soon to lunch DirectX 11 performance card, something that we know as RV870 and something that AMD calls Evergreen, should be roughly 1.6 times faster than the RV770 chip.
RV770 is the chip behind ATI's Radeon HD 4870 card and it showed quite good performance, so this 1.6 times performance increase can give you a general idea that the new chip should be quite fast.
Of course 1.6 times is the best case scenario and it should be less than that in some cases, but overall this 40nm chip should be a good step forward for ATI.
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