ASUS EAH 6970 2GByte

Published by Marc Büchel on 24.01.11
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With the EAH 6970, ASUS presents its first AMD Radeon HD 6970 based graphics card which has been equipped with 2 GByte GDDR5 memory. The successor of the very successful Radeon HD 5870 lets us all hope for another superb graphics card with excellent performance not only because of higher clock speeds. AMD also did architectural changes which should have a significant impact.
We'd like to thank ASUS for providing us with the testsample.

Almost a year ago AMD presented this cards predecessor the Radeon HD 5870. Back then this card was able to convice with its performance and especially with the energy efficiency. The new Radeon HD 6970 is being manufactured at TSMC using 40 nanometer process technology. The Cayman GPU which is being built onto the HD 6970 consists of 2.64 billion transistors and consumes a maximum of 250 Watt. Furthermore the GPU can access 2 GByte of GDDR5 memory via a 256 Bit wide interface. AMD provided the HD 6970 with some really nice memory that does 5'500 MHz by default.

On the following pages we will show you the strenghts and weaknesses of the ASUS EAH 6970.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 6 - Futuremark
Page 2 - Specifications Page 7 - Unigine Heaven / Stone Giant
Page 3 - Preview Page 8 - World in Conflict / Resident Evil 5
Page 4 - Overclocking Page 9 - Call of Juarez / Far Cry 2
Page 5 - Testing conditions Page 10 - Conclusion

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