Bookmark and Share


ATI, graphics business unit of Advanced Micro Devices, on Thursday unveiled a new graphics board that complements the lineup of DirectX 11 graphics accelerators by the company and will sell for around $239.

ATI Radeon HD 5830 graphics card is based on the cut-down version of the code-named Cypress (RV870) graphics processor and features 1120 stream processors, 56 texture units, 16 render back ends, 256-bit GDDR5 memory controller and is clocked at 800MHz. ATI recommends its partners to install 1GB of 4.0GHz memory on the 5830 models graphics boards.

The new chip can boast with support of DirectX 11; OpenGL 3.2; OpenCL 1.0; dual hardware full-HD video decoder that supports MPEG4-AVC, MPEG4-MVC, VC-1, Adobe Flash 10.1, WMV HD and so on; post-processing of high-definition video; built-in 7.1-channel audio core that can bitstream any loseless audio format, such as Dolby TrueHD, DTS HD Master Audio or LPCM via HDMI 1.3a; ATI Eyefinity technology that can support output to up to six displays with 2560x1600 resolution as well as ATI’s latest technologies that trim power consumption and so on.

"The ATI Radeon HD 5830 graphics card makes enthusiast-level performance even more accessible to gamers, adding another compelling choice to the award-winning ATI Radeon HD 5800 series. Cutting-edge features such as full DirectX 11 support, ATI Eyefinity multi-display capabilities and ATI Stream technology position the ATI Radeon HD 5830 graphics card to become a favorite with the gaming community,” said Matt Skynner, vice president and general manager of AMD graphics division.

Since ATI Radeon HD 5830 graphics boards are essentially cut-down versions of the models 5850 and 5870, the actual cards may be long as the model 5870 and may consume rather high amount of power, something that is not appreciated on relatively inexpensive personal computers.

ATI Radeon HD 5830 will be available from different partners of AMD.

Tags: ATI, AMD, Radeon, Cypress, Evergreen, 40nm, RV870


Comments currently: 1
Discussion started: 03/03/10 09:25:39 AM
Latest comment: 03/03/10 09:25:39 AM


Yep, they close financial gap with this crap product spun off. ONLY 14 of 20 active SIMD clusters with same power TDP considerations is miserable way to tell us they dont even consider to introduce some RV850 chip (Juniper/RV840 sucessor) with 16x80SPs now when tsmc seal the obituary for their 32nm dumb shrink.
omg. I dint even see that this crap have ONLY half functional of RBEs of full breed RV870/Cyprres, from which is scraped. So it's just Juniper on SP+TDP steroids.
omg2. xbits you're forget to mention that HD5830 will sport only 180W TDP.

Good job amd. I dont think youll need any luck in selling this crap byproduct.
0 0 [Posted by: OmegaHuman  | Date: 03/03/10 09:25:39 AM]


Add your Comment

Related news

Latest News

Monday, April 14, 2014

8:23 am | Microsoft Vows to Release Xbox 360 Emulator for Xbox One. Microsoft Xbox One May Gain Compatibility with Xbox 360 Games

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

10:39 am | Microsoft Reveals Kinect for Windows v2 Hardware. Launch of New Kinect for Windows Approaches

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

1:57 pm | Facebook to Acquire Virtual Reality Pioneer, Oculus VR. Facebook Considers Virtual Reality as Next-Gen Social Platform

1:35 pm | Intel Acquires Maker of Wearable Computing Devices. Basis Science Becomes Fully-Owned Subsidiary of Intel

Monday, March 24, 2014

10:53 pm | Global UHD TV Shipments Total 1.6 Million Units in 2013 – Analysts. China Ahead of the Whole World with 4K TV Adoption

10:40 pm | Crytek to Adopt AMD Mantle Mantle API for CryEngine. Leading Game Developer Adopts AMD Mantle

9:08 pm | Microsoft Unleashes DirectX 12: One API for PCs, Mobile Gadgets and Xbox One. Microsoft Promises Increased Performance, New Features with DirectX 12

3:33 pm | PowerVR Wizard: Imagination Reveals World’s First Ray-Tracing GPU IP for Mobile Devices. Imagination Technologies Brings Ray-Tracing, Hybrid Rendering Modes to Smartphones and Tablets

2:00 pm | Nokia Now Expects to Close Deal with Microsoft in Q2. Sale of Nokia’s Division to Close Next Month