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    Default [PCP] AMD Radeon HD 7990 Dual-GPU Card Coming Q1 2012

    The big talk during the holiday break was AMD's release of the Radeon HD 7970 3GB graphics card - the new single-GPU performance leader. I gave the card our Editor's Choice award for simply impressing the hell out of us, all while keeping power consumption in check thanks to the TSMC 28nm process technology it is built on. Being the first card to support the upcoming DX11.1 and PCI Express 3.0 are just a bit of icing on the fruitcake.

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    During our talks with AMD they teased a dual-GPU version of Southern Islands they were calling "New Zealand". According to a report from Softpedia that card might be available sooner than we thought - sometime in the first quarter of 2012. Because the new Tahiti GPU is actually more power efficient than Cayman, seeing the pending Radeon HD 7990 with two full powered GPUs isn't out the question though we would expect to see slightly lower clock speeds.
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    Because of the ZeroCore Technology implemented this generation of GPU from AMD, the HD 7990 will be able to run at basically the same power levels as the Radeon HD 7970 at idle and at the Windows desktop.

    The most interesting part? This would give the HD 7990 a 6GB frame buffer, 3GB per GPU as we see today on the HD 7970. Chances are this would give the graphics card more memory than many of our readers primary computer...
    If you are interested in this type of card, start saving your pennies now. When the Radeon HD 6990 launched (the Cayman-based dual-GPU card) it was priced at $699 and never went any lower. With the price of a single Southern Islands GPU curently at $549, expect to see even higher numbers than the HD 6990 has. Rumors suggest this time AMD is going to ask premium for HD 7990 probably $850 I hope we don't see the same availability issues with the pending HD 7990 release but you can't be sure.

    So yeah $850 for 7990?! i would rather be off to buy an i7 3930K for $600+MSI X79A-GD65(8D) for $250

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    ^I would say the same, why the hell is this GPU more than the high-end i7 processors?

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    Saw a 7970 in UCC today.... The guy was asking........ 53,400 bdt....... I just nodded ma head and went back to the lobby.... lol...XD......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    ^I would say the same, why the hell is this GPU more than the high-end i7 processors?
    Bcoz this is gonna be that much powerful. Imagine 7970 Crossfire. Double the performance. Akhon to crossfire scaling 2.0 - 2.1 so beshi boss hobe card ta.

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    AMD Redesigning the Radeon HD 7990 Dual-GPU Card


    Many of our readers are probably wondering where AMD’s dual-GPU answer to Nvidia’s GTX 690 and Tesla K10 is. The answer is that the card was, in fact, ready some time ago, but then AMD decided to redesign it for some reason.

    We’ve seen many video card prototypes featuring two of AMD’s Tahiti Radeon HD 7970 GPUs, but the company is not announcing any HD 7990 card and neither are any of its partners that were showing dual-HD 7970 video cards months ago.

    The reason is that AMD is now redesigning the power circuit for the cards. They dropped the dual 8-pin connector design for a quad-6-pin connector setup.

    There will be four major power lines on the board. One for each of the two Tahiti GPUs, one for the 6 GHz memory, and one for the PLX PCIe Bridge chip.

    AMD's famous 6-monitor setup, the Eyefinity6 will reportedly make a comeback using 4 mini-DisplayPort connectors and two DVI ports.

    AMD, apparently, will not use the “GHz Edition” GPUs, as the chips on the dual-GPU card will likely not be clocked higher than standard HD 7970 GPUs.

    Therefore, there’s no Tahiti 2 for the HD 7990.

    The graphics processing units are likely to be clocked around 900 MHz and we’re quite disappointed that the finer GHz Edition BIOS is not used.

    We would like to see dual-GPU video cards coming with an auto-overclocking feature similar to what modern multi-core processors have.

    The driver should practically allow the user to tell the card to overclock one GPU and clock down or even power off the other one if the performance doesn’t scale well when both GPUs are active.

    Thus, the card would clock up the GPU closer to the exhaust of the cooling system and power off the other chip or clock it down and use it to accelerate other suitable threads.

    http://news.softpedia.com/news/AMD-R...d-283493.shtml

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    "AMD provides a sneak peek at its Radeon HD 7990"

    AMD took the wraps off a new high-end reference-design video card at the end of the company’s GDC press briefing Tuesday night: the dual-GPU Radeon 7990.

    Details are exceedingly sparse: Matt Skynner, general manager of AMD’s graphics business unit, simply held up the card for the audience to see. “This is the first public showing,” Skynner said. “We’re not saying much about it other than it’s two series-7900 GPUs on a single card, and it’s whisper quiet.”

    --PCWORLD.com

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/20321...n-hd-7990.html

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    ^and the battlefield 4 demo on frostbite 3 engine was running on a 7990HD..
    faizlami, erokom hoile flop khabe battlefield4. Koejon e ar eishob kinte pare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    ^and the battlefield 4 demo on frostbite 3 engine was running on a 7990HD..
    faizlami, erokom hoile flop khabe battlefield4. Koejon e ar eishob kinte pare?
    well... 7990 te chalaise dekhe khali Titan class er card ei cholbe not necessarily.. Ei year pretty crazy jabe mone hochhe... last er dik e 8xxx series dia 8870 type kisu niye Titan k single GPU te tekka dewar try korbe kina k jane...

    but titan er release dekhe ami ar DX12 er asha kortesi na any time soon...

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    BF4 isn't such a huge graphical leap over BF3, I'm sure it'll run fine on the current hardware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    BF4 isn't such a huge graphical leap over BF3, I'm sure it'll run fine on the current hardware.
    u cannot judge just by watching a video. Can u? Not even half.
    The destruction, dynamic weather .
    Jaihok vai, i want to play atleast in medium with 6850hd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    well... 7990 te chalaise dekhe khali Titan class er card ei cholbe not necessarily.. Ei year pretty crazy jabe mone hochhe... last er dik e 8xxx series dia 8870 type kisu niye Titan k single GPU te tekka dewar try korbe kina k jane...

    but titan er release dekhe ami ar DX12 er asha kortesi na any time soon...
    8xxxhd ki ei bosor ashbe? Or 7xxgtx? Surity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    u cannot judge just by watching a video. Can u? Not even half.
    The destruction, dynamic weather .
    Jaihok vai, i want to play atleast in medium with 6850hd.
    Well I downloaded the full res version and it's quite clear that it's not a huge leap. Dynamic weather wasn't shown so can't say anything about that, but I'm sure it will be playable with current hardware.

    Even if that video is on a titan and maxed out, it kinda proves what I'm saying. Forget the Titan price tag and think about it's performance, even a 660ti SLI will beat/match a Titan.

    Now if that's on a Titan SLI then we have issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Well I downloaded the full res version and it's quite clear that it's not a huge leap. Dynamic weather wasn't shown so can't say anything about that, but I'm sure it will be playable with current hardware.

    Even if that video is on a titan and maxed out, it kinda proves what I'm saying. Forget the Titan price tag and think about it's performance, even a 660ti SLI will beat/match a Titan.

    Now if that's on a Titan SLI then we have issues
    u are thinking from your level of g-force (670gtx sli)
    man, most of all don't have even 3/4 of your half (670gtx).
    So unless the game is further optimized or that game is running at 200fps on that 7990hd , most of us have to buy a gpu or play at low,medium or cut the monitor size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    u are thinking from your level of g-force (670gtx sli)
    man, most of all don't have even 3/4 of your half (670gtx).
    So unless the game is further optimized or that game is running at 200fps on that 7990hd , most of us have to buy a gpu or play at low,medium or cut the monitor size.
    Relax. As @aayman said, Graphics has improved but not a huge leap like Crysis 3 had compared to Crysis 2's visuals. So, even though that gameplay footage is still a WIP and the final product will have lot more tweaks & polishing. You can get good FPS on high settings or even maxed out as long as you've a high end card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    u are thinking from your level of g-force (670gtx sli)
    man, most of all don't have even 3/4 of your half (670gtx).
    Thats not what I meant. You should get slightly lower FPS than BF3 as long as the settings are more or less equal with whatever hardware you have.

    Nothing as drastic as C2 to C3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    8xxxhd ki ei bosor ashbe? Or 7xxgtx? Surity?
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/20321...n-hd-7990.html


    umm says in the article "Expect to see cards like this at retail before the end of the first half of the year, because AMD is expected to ship its Radeon HD 8000 series GPUs in the second half."

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    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    http://www.pcworld.com/article/20321...n-hd-7990.html


    umm says in the article "Expect to see cards like this at retail before the end of the first half of the year, because AMD is expected to ship its Radeon HD 8000 series GPUs in the second half."


    AMD will announce 8000 series cards around Q4 of this year. Forget about shipping. Same for Nvidia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post


    AMD won't announce 8000 series cards before Q4 of this year. Forget about shipping. Same for Nvidia.
    well... may be...

    but I dont see the point of titan... or even the 8xxx series without DX12...

    its been a loooong time the same stuff are just adding horsepower... O_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    well... may be...

    but I dont see the point of titan... or even the 8xxx series without DX12...

    its been a loooong time the same stuff are just adding horsepower... O_O
    I've a feeling 8000 series & Nvidia's 700 series might launch with DX 12 compatibility. Just assuming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post
    I've a feeling 8000 series & Nvidia's 700 series might launch with DX 12 compatibility. Just assuming.
    I too had that feeling right till they let the Titan out of their tent... :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    I too had that feeling right till they let the Titan out of their tent... :S
    Titan is an exception. It's mostly aimed for CUDA developers. Though a lot people would want to it buy it for Gaming. But I'd rather buy 2 GTX 670's & SLI them.

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