ASUS ATI Radeon EAH5870 G 2DIS


Published by Marc Voser on 01.01.10
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Technical data / specifications


To power the ASUS EAH5870 you'll "only" need two 6-pin power plugs. Especially owners of older power supplies might be happy about this fact. According to ATI the new RV870 only draws 27 Watts when it's idle. Unter load the maximum TDP (Thermal Design Power) is claimed to be 188 Watt. These are absolute top values for a graphics card with these specifications. Achieving this goal meant that ATI had to lower core and memory clocks from 850/1200 MHz to only 158/300 MHz.
If the 5870 is being compared to it's predecessor the 4890, it looks like nearly all the specs have been doubled. Therefore the number of shader units increased from 800 to 1600, ROPs you'll now find 32 insted of 16 and even the ALU's and TMU's were doubled.

  ASUS EAH5970 ASUS EAH5870 ASUS EAH5850
Chip 2x RV870 RV870 RV870
Process 40 nm 40 nm 40 nm
Transistors ca. 2x 2.15 Mrd. ca. 2.15Mrd. ca. 2.15 Mrd.
GPU clock 725 MHz 850 MHz 750 MHz
Shader (MADD) 2x 1600 (320 5D) 1600 (320 5D) 1440 (288 5D)
Shader clock 725 MHz 850 MHz 750 MHz
Memory 2x 1024MB GDDR5 1024MB GDDR5 1024MB GDDR5
Memory clock 2000 MHz 2400 MHz 2000 MHz
Memory interface 256 Bit 256 Bit 256 Bit
Memory bandwidth 2x 128'000 MB/s 153'600 MB/s 128'000 MB/s
ROPs 2x 32 ROP 32 ROP 32 ROP
TMUs 2x 80 80 72
TAUs 2x 80 80 72
Shader model SM 5 SM 5 SM 5
Maximum board power 294 Watt 188 Watt 170 Watt

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