Photos and specifications of Sapphire Radeon HD 4890 with 1 GB of memory GDDR5

 
March 31, 2009, 5:13 pm

photos and specifications of sapphire radeon hd 4890 with 1 gb of memory gddr5 
photos and specifications of sapphire radeon hd 4890 with 1 gb of memory gddr5   In our order got information about the technical specifications prepared for publication by Sapphire Technology graphics card based on the yet to be formally submitted to the graphic adapter ATI Radeon HD 4890 from AMD, backed by high quality images of the finished product.
This accelerator is based on the established 55-nm technology chip RV790 (956 million transistors), with 800 stream processors, uses the PCI Express bus 2. 0 x16, and is equipped with reference design dvuhslotovoy active air cooling. The model is equipped with gigabytes of GDDR5 memory bandwidth, 124 8 Gb/s and 256-bit interface that operates at a frequency of 975 MHz, while the operating frequency of graphic core is 850 MHz. This product is compatible with DirectX 10. 1 Shader Model 4. 1 and supports advanced technologies such as ATI CrossFireX Multi-GPU Technology, ATI PowerPlay and ATI Avivo HD Technology with an integrated video processor second-generation (Unified Video Decoder 2). With regard to communication capabilities, they are represented on the back cover removed two ports DVI and one HDTV-output.
Finally is worth mentioning that the official premiere of ATI Radeon HD 4890 to be held on 2 April this year.

 

radeontechnologymemorygddrsapphirespecifications
• scythe shuriken rev b
• hd 4890 specs
Random related topic`s:
GeCube Radeon HD 4850 with the acceleration and cooler Zalman (radeon)NVIDIA Quadro FX 380 - graphics available professional class ( technology)GeForce GTX 275 with and without acceleration of 14-ty manufacturers ( memory)SPARKLE GeForce 9600 GT:GDDR2 in 1 GB and 2 GB versions ( gddr)Nizkoprofilnaya version Sapphire Radeon HD 3650 with HDMI ( sapphire)Photos and specifications guglofona T-Mobile G1 in a few hours before the Announcement ( specifications)
technologyfrequencygraphicsdevicesgeforcecompany