AMD Radeon HD 6750, HD 6770 specification slide leaks

By on September 27, 2010, 12:09 PM
AMD's upcoming GPU refresh is looking mighty, if leaked numbers are any indication. A slide detailing two flavors of the upcoming 40nm Barts chip has leaked. The specification sheet first appeared on VR-Zone, revealing that the new HD 67x0 cards will be much speedier than their predecessors: faster clocks, more texture units, and more ROPs.

The HD 6750, codenamed Barts Pro, features 280 VLIW-4 shader clusters (1120SP), a TMU count of 56, a 725MHz clock speed, and a 1GHz memory speed. The HD 6770, codenamed Barts XT, features 320 clusters (meaning 1280SP, though previous leaks have suggested 960SP and 1120SP, so we're not holding our breath). It also has a ROP count of 32, a 256-bit memory bus, and a TMU count of 64. The core clock is a whopping 900MHz, making it the fastest stock speed of any discrete GPU, while the memory clock and thus bandwidth is at 134.4GB/s.

As you can see, the chart compares the specifications of the upcoming Radeon HD 6700 series to the previous Radeon HD 5700/5800 series. Expect more leaks as we get closer to product launch!


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