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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
AMD Radeon 5700 Series: DirectX 11 For the Mainstream


AMD today announced mid-range "ATI Radeon HD 5700" series of graphics cards supporting DirectX 11 graphics.

The new graphics cards are AMD's mainstream GPU solution (Juniper) for DirectX 11 and can be considered as a ligher version of the high-end Radeon HD 5800 series announced last month.

Both series share the same architecture and core. However, with half of the functional units left behind, the Radeon HD 5700 is left with 10 SIMDs, giving us 800 stream processors and 40 texture units, while the ROP count has also been cut in half to 16, in turn giving us a 128-bit memory bus.



The Juniper GPU is the heart of the Radeon 5770 and the 5750. The 5770 card runs at 850MHz (the same as 5850). The 5750 is slightly cut down, much like 5850 is compared to 5870. Here we have 1 SIMD disabled, and the core clock reduced to 700MHz.

Both PCI Express x16 cards support AMD's CrossFireX and Eyefinity and offer DVI?2, DisplayPort, and HDMI interfaces.

The Radeon 5770 will go on sale for about $160. The 5750 will cost you $110-130.



 
Radeon HD 5770
Radeon HD 5750
Radeon HD 4890
Radeon HD 4870
Radeon HD 4850
Radeon HD 5870
Radeon HD 5850
Manufacturing process
40nm
55nm
40nm
GPU clock
850MHz
700MHz
850MHz
750MHz
625MHz
850MHz
725MHz
SPUs
800
720
800
1600
1440
Texture Units
40
36
40
80
72
Memory
1GB GDDR5
1GB/512MB GDDR5
1GB GDDR5
1GB/512MB GDDR5
1GB/512MB GDDR5
1GB GDDR5
Memory clock
1200MHz
1150MHz
975MHz
900MHz
1000MHz
1200MHz
1000MHz
Memory interface
128 bit
256bit
Color ROP Units
16
32
Power consumption (idle)
18W
16W
60W
90W
30W
27W
Power consumption (peak)
108W
86W
190W
160W
110W
188W
170W


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