The new series features built-in HDMI support, 5.1 surround sound, DX10, GDDR3 512MB and VIVO (Video-In & Video-Out).
The card has clocked at 600MHz for core and 1600MHz for memory. Also supports 24X anti-aliasing and high speed 128-bit HDR (High Dynamic Range). 320 Unified Stream Processors and Physics processing will be enough for latest 3D games. All HD2000 series products currently support the latest DirectX10 (DX10) technology. The Geometry Shader has been added to the DX10 standard, enhancing 3D functions like distance bump mapping. Graphical data can also be processed in separate cycles to give a major boost to the number of particles, colors and brightness.
The HD2900PRO series offers native CrossFire technology, opening the door for a wide variety of multi-GPU configurations and eliminating the need for a master cards. This HD2900PRO edition comes with built-in support for HDMI and 5.1 surround sound. The Dual-Link DVI is also completely compatible with HDCP, HD-DVD and Blu-Ray for resolutions of 1080p playback.