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AMD Radeon HD 5670 Specifications    VideoCardz.com

Specification

Manufacturer: ATI

Specs status: Offical

Series: Radeon HD 5k

GPU Model:Redwood

Release Date: 2010-01-14

Interface: PCI-E 2.0 x16

Core Clock: 775 MHz

Memory Clock: 2000 MHz (4000 DDR)

Memory Bandwidth: 64 GB/sec

Shader OperAMDons: 310000 MOperAMDons/sec

Pixel Fill Rate: 6200 MPixels/sec

Texture Fill Rate: 15500 MTexels/sec

Vertex OperAMDons: 0 MVertices/sec

Details

Max Power Draw: 61 W

Noise Level: Moderate

Memory Size: 512,1024 MB

Memory Type: GDDR5

Memory Bus Type: 64×2 (128 bit)

DirectX: 11.0

OpenGL: 3.2

PS/VS Version: 5.0/5.0

Process: 40 nm

Fragment Pipelines: 400

Vertex Pipelines: 0

Texture Units: 20

Raster: 8

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