Radeon 6870 Benchmarks leaked.

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by BeoWulf_, Aug 31, 2010.

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Are the Benchmarks of the 6870 Legit?

Poll closed Sep 30, 2010.
  1. True

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  2. False

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  1. BeoWulf_

    BeoWulf_ Active Member

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  2. BeoWulf_

    BeoWulf_ Active Member

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    Gah. postet in wrong forum... please move to the "non driver" section of ATI graphiccards..
     
  3. LordLaden

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    We will see.
    I will belive it when we have a review of the retail here.
    Hopefully they can do the release in time...
     
  4. Xzibit

    Xzibit Banned

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    Found new benchmark(It's japamd, tool:) ) with this beast :D
    [​IMG]
     

  5. slickric21

    slickric21 Ancient Guru

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  6. smnoamls

    smnoamls Maha Guru

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    I did not read through all the previous pages, but why does it show 0 memory size on GPU-z?
     
  7. fagoatse

    fagoatse Member Guru

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    6xxx isn't supported bu GPU-Z yet. They are probably prototypes(if not faked) thou. I don't think we'll see 6xxx on the shelves before november/december, might be even Q1 2011.
     
  8. smnoamls

    smnoamls Maha Guru

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    well, if it isnt fake and is a single card (unlike the 5970 which is drool worthy), its most surely in my Christmas socking.
     
  9. Roffle

    Roffle Member Guru

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    Holy crap 204.8 GB/s bandwidth. That thing's a MONSTER.
    And that 24,000 GPU score is just... a Fermi killer.
     
  10. KyleStilkey

    KyleStilkey Master Guru

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    They had a page on their site somewhere stating that the 6300-6700 (I think it was that) would be out before 2011, and the 6800-6900 will be out around Feb-April of 2011.

    That was about the times they were shooting for but don't quote me 100% as it is probably I just read it wrong or something.
     

  11. icehot666

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    I hope if it's released early to middle 2011 with that kind of time between releases then it better add more than the usual single card now matching the previous generations crossfire speeds!
     
  12. PaulvH

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    Oh no, as soon as these are released ATI/AMD driver team will probably start completely ignoring any 5xxx issues and totally focus on just driver bugfixing for the new hardware ... as usual.
     
  13. MaxBlade

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    To play what? What game is there out or coming you cant play with a NV4** or ATI5****? And most games just HAVE to be on console then we get the same dumb down version.
     
  14. Atlas

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    Ehm, because I could then buy a 6770 for $150 with the same performance as your CFX HD 5870? And no, the 67xx is released before 2011 according to the rumours.

    So what else must Ati 'add more' before you upgrade?

    Edit: you can go Green if you want. They have something about ehhhmmm nine months after the first 68xx release.
     
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  15. Zer0K3wL

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    i hope its not real cous i hope its better :D
    nvidia needs to feel the heat again so they can lower prices and come with something better :D
     

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    i am a nvidia supporter not a fan,but really i was impressed by ati performance,if ati could fix their bad tessellation and opengl driver it would be perfect!,i have no choice to buy nvidia as ati still hard headed to leave opengl game and app in cold.
     
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    Hmm, I don't care if the 6000 series stomps the next nvidia series I'm getting off the amd train at the next stop. I can't stand these crap drivers, like 10 months of headache. I should have just stuck with my 8800 till the 460 came out, and gotten a pair.
     
  18. KyleStilkey

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    ATI knows of this issue and is hopping for a fix ASAP.

    http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1036137639&postcount=243
     
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    OpenGL performance & bug really noticeable,C4 Engine author Eric been report bugs 1 year ago still no resolution,i am not being a troll here just ask him yourself.
     
  20. jcgeny

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    the 12000 should be for single gpu card ,24000 for dual gpu .
    i did futurmark bench , i was having 22000 with a 5970 [if i am not wrong] so new card is 10% faster . rather nice optimisation of some 2-3 billions transistors .
    seem like the real boost in performances will be with 22nm
     

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