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AMD refreshes FirePro workstation VGA lineup with DX11 models

Five new cards based on latest architecture

| Video Cards News | Posted: Apr 26, 2010 8:38 am

AMD has just rolled out a big refreshment in its professional "FirePro" series of graphics cards, introducing five new models into the series including an efficient little number that gives multi-monitor support (up to four monitors) in a half height, low profile solution.

 

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The five new FirePro models include the FirePro V7800 (nestling directly beneath the top dog V8800 that was introduced earlier this month), V5800, V4800, V3800 and 2460 Multi-View. All models are based on AMD/ATI's latest architecture with all GPUs supporting DX11.

 

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The aforementioned 2460 Multi-View card gives four mini DisplayPort outputs whilst being half-height in size, using passive cooling and drawing under 13W of power.

 

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The folks at PC Perspective got hold of a V5800 and V3800 for a full going over today as well as a 2460 Multi-View for separate review here. Phoronix check out the V3800 and V5800 models today as well.

 

The new series is expected to roll out very shortly. Further information can be obtained via the full press release here and at the product pages here.

 

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