AMD Preparing Radeon HD 7950 Eyefinity 6 Edition

Published: Feb 2nd 2012, 09:01 GMT

Non-Reference Radeon HD7950 PCB Exposed, Features Six Mini Display Ports to allow 6 Screen Eyefinity Display
Chinese website PCPOP has released the pictures of custom PCB for Radeon HD 7950. It offers 6 mini-DisplayPorts outputs to handle 6 monitors through Eyefinity 2.0 technology.

So far there was only one card which supported 6 monitors at the same time – Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6. It featured support for 6 monitors running at maximum resolution of 15360 x 9600 pixels. Such resolution required lots of memory capacity. Radeon HD 5870 has 2GB of GDDR5 memory, while HD 7950 has 3GB, which is obviously enough to handle such a demand.

AMD is also preparing another variation of HD 7950 with 1.5 GB of memory. This would result in three variations in total. Radeon HD 7950 Eyefinity 6 Edition will likely be the most expensive of them. However the price in not yet known, so is the release date.

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