Tuesday, February 13th 2007

ATI’s X2x00 Series Details


AMD/ATI seems to be planning twelve different cards in the R600 series to be released during 2007. The chart above lists the different models, and although it is in Chinese/ Japanese (sorry, not sure what each looks like) the columns have been translated to mean (from left to right) GPU model name, GPU clock/ memory Clock, memory type, memory width, memory size, number of pipelines, manufacturing process and recommended price (presumably in US $). One interesting thing to note is the X2800XTX2, which could be a dual GPU card.Source: OC Workbench via techPowerUp! forums
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31 Comments on ATI’s X2x00 Series Details

#1
kakazza
Wow, almost intuitive :p

I hate graphic card name shemes so much ( '-')
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#2
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
Whats this X2800XTX2 the clocks are slower BUT under pipes it says 96*2 which makes that 192 pipelines. Hmmmm Oh its a dual card I wonder about this.
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#3
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
wow, i hope thats prices on the far right. $600 for a 2800xtx 1GB? i can handle that.
and i hope that the row next to what i think is price ends up being power draw. 80 watts across the board would be nice :D
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#4
C.Ash
Uh.. theres a watermark over the part i want to see, and the rest is in Japanese. 512 what?? Cant anyone translate?
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#5
Sasqui
Wow, quite a line-up! NVidia will be busy after FCS. Can't wait to see benchmarks!!!
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#6
Sasqui
by: C.Ash
Uh.. theres a watermark over the part i want to see, and the rest is in Japanese. 512 what?? Cant anyone translate?
The 512*2, 1G, 512M... etc. is memory size (i'm quite sure). The column to the left is memory bus width???
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#7
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: C.Ash
Uh.. theres a watermark over the part i want to see, and the rest is in Japanese. 512 what?? Cant anyone translate?
first row: card
second row: core spd/mem spd
third row: ram type
fourth row: bus size
fifth row: ram size
sixth row: ROPs
seventh row: power consumption
eighth row: price
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#8
Sasqui
by: Random Murderer
first row: card
second row: core spd/mem spd
third row: ram type
fourth row: bus size
fifth row: ram size
sixth row: ROPs
seventh row: power consumption
eighth row: price
I think your right with the possible exception of row seven...?
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#9
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
by: Jimmy 2004


AMD/ATI seems to be planning twelve different cards in the R600 series to be released during 2007. The chart above lists the different models, and although it is in Chinese/ Japanese (sorry, not sure what each looks like) the columns have been translated to mean (from left to right) GPU model name, GPU clock/ memory Clock, memory type, memory width, memory size, number of pipelines, manufacturing process and recommended price (presumably in US $). One interesting thing to note is the X2800XTX2, which could be a dual GPU card.

Source: OC Workbench via techPowerUp! forums
:D
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#10
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
i WILL be buying the XTX2 when it hits the market! f-u 8800gtx lMAO!!O!O!!O!O! :toast:
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#11
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
OMG I just died and went to heaven!!!!
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#12
jydie
So, when they say "manufacturing process" isn't that the same as the size of the die in nanometers? Kind of like the AMD Athlon64 going from 90nm to 65nm? If so, how does 80nm compare in size to the x1900 series?
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#13
jydie
I am going to answer my own question and post another one. :)

I looked on Newegg, and this is what the X1950XTX has: PixelPipelines: 16 (48 pixel shader processors). So, is that 6th column the number of pixel shaders? Or pixel pipe lines? Either way, it is a huge improvement!!!
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#14
mysticjon
i cant wait for amd/ati's new line up of graphic crads, does anybody know if these cards are either gunna be pci-express or agp??? im assuming agp is becoming more and more obsolete,
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#16
Completely Bonkers
The currently unannounced product: the X2900XTXTXTXXL comes in its own external case... because it doesnt fit in an ATX. It's too long and too many slots deep. So it has it's own box, its own kilowatt PSU, and its own refridgeration device. Connects via external PCIe. :roll:
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#17
Jimmy 2004
by: jydie
I am going to answer my own question and post another one. :)

I looked on Newegg, and this is what the X1950XTX has: PixelPipelines: 16 (48 pixel shader processors). So, is that 6th column the number of pixel shaders? Or pixel pipe lines? Either way, it is a huge improvement!!!
Pipelines I think - that's what it says on the source website anyway, they could be wrong of course.
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#18
Namslas90
by: Completely Bonkers
The currently unannounced product: the X2900XTXTXTXXL comes in its own external case... because it doesnt fit in an ATX. It's too long and too many slots deep. So it has it's own box, its own kilowatt PSU, and its own refridgeration device. Connects via external PCIe. :roll:
IS a Crossfore configuartion available??:roll:
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#19
Completely Bonkers
by: Namslas90
IS a Crossfore configuartion available??:roll:
Yes, codename Lasso Mountain Beast
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#20
C.Ash
Holy shit!
R600 will have 128 SP's like the 8800 GTX??
I thought they were going for 64 Vec4's, but i guess it would have been smarter not to.
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#21
KennyT772
"hey mommy...i need a new video card...mine died."
"how much is a new one?"
"oh.....$600."
:D
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#22
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: KennyT772
"hey mommy...i need a new video card...mine died."
"how much is a new one?"
"oh.....$600."
:D
quit stealing my ideas!!!! :mad:

my birthday is right close to r600's *supposed* release date. can you say "best birthday present ever" ?:D
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#23
hv43082
by: Random Murderer
quit stealing my ideas!!!! :mad:

my birthday is right close to r600's *supposed* release date. can you say "best birthday present ever" ?:D
Mine is also in April so I guess we both will be receiving awesome B-day gifts this year.:toast:
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#24
Scavar
Maybe i'll have to sell my 8800GTS and get one of those XXXXXXXXX2800XXXXXtttttXXXXXXX cards..
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#25
Ketxxx
Heedless Psychic
in order from left to right; model>clockspeed>memory type>memory interface>memory amount>shader units?>process technology>price
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