Monday, February 7th 2011

AMD Outs Radeon HD 6670, HD 6570, HD 6450 for OEMs

AMD released the entire entry-mid portion of the Radeon HD 6000 series overnight, for OEMs only. The cards won't be available to consumers (retail) as yet, but does give away specifications of two new GPUs that AMD is carving these SKUs out of, Turks and Caicos. Built on the 40 nm process, Turks packs 480 VLIW5 stream processors, is DirectX 11 compliant, and sports a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory controller that supports GDDR3 on lower SKUs. Radeon HD 6670 and HD 6570 are based on Turks. Both have all 480 stream processors enabled, differ in memory type/amount and clock speeds. The HD 6670 carries clock speeds of 800 MHz core, 1000 MHz (4.00 GHz GDDR5 effective) memory, and is available with memory amounts of 512 MB or 1 GB. The 128-bit wide memory interface churns out bandwidth of 64 GB/s.

The HD 6570 is also based on Turks, but features clock speeds of 650 MHz core, and two different memory clock speed specifications based on the memory type opted for by the manufacturers. If a manufacturer chooses GDDR3, it's clocked at 900 MHz (1.80 GHz GDDR3 effective), with a memory bandwidth of 28.8 GB/s. If it's GDDR5, it's clocked at 1000 MHz (4.00 GHz effective), 64 GB/s bandwidth. Up to 2 GB of memory can be opted for GDDR3 designs, while up to 1 GB can be opted for GDDR5-based ones. While the HD 6670 reference board uses a full-height design with a single-slot fan-heatsink, HD 6570 is designed for low-profile cards, best suited for HTPCs or SFF PCs.

Lastly, there's the HD 6450, which is based on the Caicos silicon. This is AMD's entry-level GPU, which is geared to be an IGP replacement or for users who just need a GPU that does everything an IGP does, faster. Caicos is an improvement over previous-generation Cedar. It features 160 VLIW5 stream processors, twice that of Cedar. It features a leaner 64-bit memory controller that supports GDDR5 and DDR3. Partners are free to set GPU clock speeds in the range of 625 MHz to 750 MHz, while its memory can be clocked at 533 to 800 MHz for DDR3, or 800 to 900 MHz for GDDR5. It is designed for cards that are both low-profile, and silent (passively-cooled). There's no information on retail release, but we can't imagine them to be too far away.
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55 Comments on AMD Outs Radeon HD 6670, HD 6570, HD 6450 for OEMs

#1
Jiraiya
by: themailman78
dude wtf are you talking about?!
This article is about the 6670,6570,6450

HD 6600 Series and HD 6700 Series Is just change names with a little lie

HD 5570


400 Stream Processing Units
Engine clock speed: 650 MHz
Memory clock speed DDR3: 900 MHz
Memory bandwidth DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
1GB

HD 6570

480 Stream Processing Units
Engine clock speed: 650 MHz
Memory clock speed DDR3: 900 MHz
Memory bandwidth DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
2GB

2 GB :roll:
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#2
bear jesus
by: Jiraiya

HD 6600 Series and HD 6700 Series Is just change names with a little lie

HD 5570


400 Stream Processing Units
Engine clock speed: 650 MHz
Memory clock speed DDR3: 900 MHz
Memory bandwidth DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
1GB

HD 6570

480 Stream Processing Units
Engine clock speed: 650 MHz
Memory clock speed DDR3: 900 MHz
Memory bandwidth DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
2GB

2 GB :roll:
Did you not notice the 400 vs 480 sp's?

The 6670 and 6570 use the same new 480 sp turks core not the redwood core, or are you trying to say this whole time the redwood core had 80 locked sp's that no one knew about?
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#3
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
by: bear jesus
Did you not notice the 400 vs 480 sp's?

The 6670 and 6570 use the same new 480 sp turks core not the redwood core, or are you trying to say this whole time the redwood core had 80 locked sp's that no one knew about?
Shut up with your logic and sanity!
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#4
bear jesus
I wonder when these will hit retail as I'm really looking forward to some reviews, I'm kind of curious if the 6450 with GDDR5 could do some source engine based gaming.

by: TheMailMan78
Shut up with your logic and sanity!
:laugh: what was i thinking, logic or sanity have no place in this discussion.
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#6
Jiraiya
@
TheMailMan78
@
bear jesus

The truth Always bitter ;)
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#7
demonkevy666
by: BeepBeep2
The ignorance! ...IT LIVES!
LOL

6000 uses at 4:1 shader thing.
where the old 5000 uses 5:1.
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#8
bear jesus
by: demonkevy666
LOL

6000 uses at 4:1 shader thing.
where the old 5000 uses 5:1.
The 68xx cards and below still use VLIW 5 only the 69xx cards use the new VLIW 4.
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#9
AlienIsGOD
Hey Jir, how aboust some facts instead of school yard antics :shadedshu Pretty easy to come on here and blab about this and that, with no data to back anything up.
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#10
purecain
pure entertainment.... i love it when someone posts something, completely sure they owned everyone on the planet with thier imense tech knowledge... only to be shot down in flames...

i love computers... everyones an expert... its like growing weed...

believe half of what you see and none of what you hear... :toast:
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#11
KainXS
the 6950, 6970, and 6990 have the Terascale 3 everything else is the old Terascale 2 from the 5000 series.

Thats funny Jiraya lol
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#12
Jiraiya
all amd fan is Here :eek:
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#13
bear jesus
by: Jiraiya
lol all amd fan Here :eek:
:laugh: more like fact fans :p

If you never saw the thread about it most were complaining about the 57xx to 67xx re-branding as it is the same core with a different model name where as these cores are different cores.

How can it can be re-branding or renaming if its a new core, it can only really apply to the same core being given a new name like with the juniper core being renamed from 57xx to 67xx cards.
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#14
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
by: Jiraiya
all amd fan is Here :eek:
No people who just appreciate facts.
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#15
LAN_deRf_HA
25mhz core
80 shaders
2 gb option

You could certainly argue it's not that different, but it's clearly not the same.
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#16
AndreiD
Jiraiya is just a troll.
Seriously, stop feeding him. :banghead:
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#17
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Jiraiya
http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/333/39376391.jpg

I do not need this, but you

http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/6245/hd6770.jpg
http://img705.imageshack.us/img705/8348/hd5770.jpg

http://www.amd.com/us/products/desktop/graphics/amd-radeon-hd-6000/hd-6770/Pages/amd-radeon-hd-6770-overview.aspx#2

http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/4053/hd6750.jpg
http://img403.imageshack.us/img403/2063/hd5750.jpg

http://www.amd.com/us/products/desktop/graphics/amd-radeon-hd-6000/hd-6750/Pages/amd-radeon-hd-6750-overview.aspx#2

Shame here

http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/4505/01091b8a79eb48a22f7c97b.jpg

Oct 13, 2009 :laugh:

Oh, I remembered

Think before you write next time
If you don't find "HD 6770" and "HD 6750" in the newspost, I'll ban you. Look closely and get back to us.
HD 6600 Series and HD 6700 Series Is just change names with a little lie

HD 5570

400 Stream Processing Units
Engine clock speed: 650 MHz
Memory clock speed DDR3: 900 MHz
Memory bandwidth DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
1GB
The truth Always bitter
No shit.
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#18
Delta6326
by: AndreiD
Jiraiya is just a troll.
Seriously, stop feeding him. :banghead:
:)




and to the vga i just hate old stuff heck i think hdmi is outdated and everything should be diplayport coming form me with old hardware lol:D
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#19
Jiraiya
Uh Oh
by: btarunr
If you don't find "HD 6770" and "HD 6750" in the newspost, I'll ban you. Look closely and get back to us.
http://img.techpowerup.org/110207/bta9758.jpg
No shit.
I will be back to you with more details soon

"Do not worry"

Jiraiya - out
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#20
RONX GT
^Oh, we cant wait for more 'facts' from you:laugh:
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#22
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
by: TheMailMan78
lulz at this thread
+1 it has turned into noting but lol after lol after lol

LOL
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#23
Over_Lord
News Editor
by: demonkevy666
LOL

6000 uses at 4:1 shader thing.
where the old 5000 uses 5:1.
Only 6900 using 4:1 thingy dumb dumb
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#24
xBruce88x
@Jir... look at my specs and tell me i'm an amd fan only...



you don't get more performance like that by just re-naming. And if you can... then i need to start calling my cpu a Core i7
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#25
Registrat
He's the same Chinese troll, who has multiple accounts on XtremeSystems to try to flood nVidia news...

Guys ignore pathetic people like this :)
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