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HD5350 & HD5550 cards

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by HossHuge, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. HossHuge

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    Does anyone know anything about these cards? I've read that they should be out in q1 2010 but when in q1? Also, I can't find any spec info at all. I'm hoping for 160+ shaders, DX11 and finally being able to game on them.
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    Acutally i expect the lowest have 200, the next highest 500~
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    Here's hoping....:toast:
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    I found this out about the 5550 card.

    source

    I was just going to get a HD4550 or a HD4650 but now that I know this will be a 32nm chip, I'll wait.
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    no way they are 32 nm .. tsmc isnt there yet. 40 nm should be good enough though
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    If you google: "ATI 32nm" Some sites say they are skipping the 32nm process and others say thay have made them already.

    I find it strange that there isn't any info on them yet, but I guess they are low-end.
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    I guess you are right according to your News Editor. The 4650 is 40nm. But the jury is still out on the 5350/5550.

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=109618
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    the HD4770 is 40nm :)
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    ya those buttons are close together oops.:)
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    I'd say 120 or 160 shaders (2 or 3 SIMD units). Maybe 200 shaders if they decide to change the SIMD ration like they did in the previous generation but I think that would be too much. 4 or 8 ROPs and 10 to 16 TMUs.

    I'd say the HD5550 should be a high-clocked GPU (~850MHz) with 64bit GDDR5, whereas the HD5350 should be around 600MHz using 64bit DDR3.


    The mobile version of the HD5550 should become a very interesting GPU for thin and light notebooks.
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    my eah hd5550 gddr3 con oc at 700 core stable 1000 memory stable
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