Starting from the top, the ATI FirePro V7800 is based on the Radeon HD 5850, offers 2GB of GDDR5 memory, and can drive up to three independent 30-inch displays simultaneously. The V5800 has 1GB of VRAM and is in a sweet spot for price and performance, more than doubling its predecessor's muscle.
The 1GB V4800 delivers 1.25 times the performance of the previous generation, and is prime for "entry-level CAD users." Scaling down further, the V3800 drops to 512MB of DDR3 memory, and the low-profile FirePro 2460 supports quad-display setups while consuming only 13W of power on average.
In somewhat related news, AMD has also announced two new platforms for the embedded market: the compact ASB2 platform, and the high-performance AM3 platform. New features include faster memory with support for dual-channel DDR3, improved I/O, ECC, a Radeon HD 4200 graphics and much more.