ATI Radeon 5700 Graphics Card Pictured

"The first details and images of the upcoming Juniper based cards have surfaced online."

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ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series
 
ATI Radeon HD 5750Last week, we brought you the news that ATI's latest mid range offering was coming soon and in true fashion, some early benchmarks and images have appeared online. The guys over at mymypc.com say that the card in the images is the mid range card, the 5750 (codenamed Juniper LE). Assuming that the numbers are correct then the 5750 will feature a total of 1120 stream processors running at 700Mhz and a 128bit memory interface for the GDDR5 memory that runs at an effective speed of 4600Mhz.
 
These figures translate into 1.57TFLOPS of compute performance and a theoretical 73.6GB/s bandwidth. These figures seem a little on the low side, especially when you consider the suggested price of this card - around £115, and compare that to the current low prices of the 4870 and 4890, however I suppose there are other benefits. The figures posted at mymypc show the card just edges out the 4850, 4770 and GTS250 in the 3DMark 06 and Vantage benchmarks.
 
ATI Radeon HD 5750The images show a very short PCB with a dual slot cooler, which isn't very pleasing to the eye. Rest assured though, give it a few weeks and the usual partners will have their own versions out with faster clocks and custom coolers, it wouldn't be normal otherwise. On the rear we find Dual DVI, HDMI and Display Port. This card is expected to retail for around £115 upon launch in mid-October.
 
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24-09-2009, 18:13:42

theelusiveyoda
They wont allow it on all mb because you have to pay a license fee to use it and mb manufactors wont if they dont need to.

24-09-2009, 18:30:52

theelusiveyoda
found this on techpower up its a much better guide there is a link to a small program to do all the work for you

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25-09-2009, 07:12:51

Rastalovich

But at this moment Nvidia dont have a DX11 card and they are keeping quiet about this GT300"wonder card".But it will be interesting to see how they stop this



Yeah which would really have prompted me to w8 until the details of their cards atleast appeared in the drivers.

We're talking about a couple of months at the most versus not having Dx11 possibilities.

May well be a case of "look what I/we can do, let's show every1", instead of sitting on it.

The licensing for SLI/xfire is down to the agreements between the vendor and manufacturer. Both camps argue these agreements. Any reason to not issue an agreement wouldn't be on a "cos u smell" basis, there would be reasons - even tho it's nicer to assume they do it cos their nasty people.

25-09-2009, 07:36:35

I Hunta x
interesting... i might try my 7800gtx's in this p5k prem to see if it will work

25-09-2009, 07:58:31

Socks

interesting... i might try my 7800gtx's in this p5k prem to see if it will work



lemme know the outcome, might get my p5ke out...

25-09-2009, 08:26:22

I Hunta x

lemme know the outcome, might get my p5ke out...



will do, got to get my 2nd one back from my mate to try it tho lol,

14-12-2009, 03:01:37

f0x.
Was there any more outcome on this?

14-12-2009, 03:18:52

I Hunta x
sadly 2nd 7800 died so i couldnt find out :(

14-12-2009, 09:33:25

Rastalovich
Any hack efforts for hybrid sli ?

14-12-2009, 12:09:00

Scorpii
almost as useful as the hack to run an nvidia card with an ati, using the nvidia for PhysX, can't wait to get that running when I get an Nvidia card for secondary :D
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