Taipei, Wednesday, April 1, 2015 11:43 (GMT+8)
partly cloudy
Taipei
31°C
First-tier makers unveil latest ATI Radeon 3000 series graphics cards
Press release, January 31; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 31 January 2008]

First-tier motherboard makers, including Asustek Computer and Micro-Star International (MSI), have revealed their latest graphics cards adopting AMD's Radeon HD 3000 series GPUs.

Among the offerings are Asustek's EAH3870X2/G/3DHTI/1G and EAH3870X2/G/HTDI/1G graphics cards.

The EAH3870X2/G/3DHTI/1G is equipped with upgraded DRR3 0.8ns memory modules with two exclusive extra DVI outputs. The card also features specially designed dual fansinks.

The EAH3870X2 series also provides several features, including EMI shielding for stable signals, DIP Spring Chokes for better cooling and Japanese polymer capacitors for system stability.

MSI also unveiled its latest 55nm graphics cards, the ATI R3870X2, R3600 and R3400 series.

The ATI R3870X2, R3600, and R3400 series support ATI CrossFireX and Hybrid Graphics technology to provide better performance with multiple GPUs, while MSI is also including its exclusive image quality enhancement technology, Vivid for card users to easily adjust their screen display settings.

Asustek's Radeon HD 3870X2 series graphics card specifications

Model

EAH3870X2/G/3DHTI/1G

EAH3870X2/G/HTDI/1G

Graphics engine

Radeon HD 3870X2

Video memory

1GB DDR3

Engine clock

825 MHz

Memory clock

1.8GHz (900MHz DDR3)

Memory interface

256-bit

DVI Max. resolution

2560×1600

Bus standard

PCI Express

DVI output

Four DVI-I

Two DVI-I

HDCP compliant

Yes

HDMI output

Yes, via DVI to HDMI adaptor

D-Sub cutput

YES, via DVI to D-Sub adaptor

HDTV output

YES, via HDTV Out cable

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, January 2008

MSI's ATI Radeon HD 3000 series graphics card specifications

Model

R3870X2

R3650

R3450

Memory interface

256-bit x 2

128-bit

64-bit

Engine clock speed

850MHz

750MHz

600MHz

Memory clock speed

1800MHz

1600MHz

1000MHz

Stream processing units

320 x 2

120

40

Texture units

16

16

8

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, January 2008

Asustek EAH3870X2/G/3DHTI/1G graphics card

Asustek EAH3870X2/G/3DHTI/1G graphics card
Photo: Company

MSI R3870X2 graphics card

MSI R3870X2 graphics card
Photo: Company

MSI R3650 graphics card

MSI R3650 graphics card
Photo: Company

MSI R3450 graphics card

MSI R3450 graphics card
Photo: Company

Realtime news
  • Solargiga PV module shipments grow 78.8% in 2014

    Green energy | 29min ago

  • PCL Technologies expects steady growth in shipments of LTE, 10Gbps SFP+ optical transceiver modules

    Mobile + telecom | 32min ago

  • Worldwide natural gas vehicle sales to total 37.2 million from 2014-2024, says Navigant

    Green energy | 47min ago

  • 220 GaN MOCVD reactors to be installed in 2015, says IHS

    LED | 49min ago

  • ASE to deal out cash dividend for 2014

    Bits + chips | 51min ago

  • Philips to sell majority interest in combined LED components and automotive lighting business to GO Scale Capital

    LED | 53min ago

  • IC demand from China picking up, say Taiwan firms

    Bits + chips | Mar 31, 22:04

  • HTC to unveil new HTC One family products in April in Beijing

    Mobile + telecom - Newswatch | Mar 31, 22:02

  • China market: Xiaomi unveils 5 new products

    IT + CE | Mar 31, 21:56

  • E Ink reports 2014 revenues

    Displays | Mar 31, 21:53

  • VIS signs OTP IP license agreement with Attopsemi

    Bits + chips | Mar 31, 21:52

  • Taiwan plastic chassis makers reducing capacities

    IT + CE | Mar 31, 21:07

  • LG Chem to invest US$100 million to expand China polarizer facilities, says report

    Displays | Mar 31, 20:43

  • Getac Technology expects 2015 ruggedized device shipments to grow at least 15%

    IT + CE | Mar 31, 20:41

  • Wistron invests in Arbor Technology

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 21:43

  • Neo Solar Power installs double-glass N-type BiFi PV modules in Japan

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:28

  • Foxconn scores points in automating production in eastern China

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:24

  • Foxconn to not engage in production, marketing of electric vehicles

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:23

  • Genesis Photonics develops automotive flip-chip high-power LED lighting solution

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:22

  • Novatek obtains TV chip orders from Japan- and Korea-based brand vendors

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:19

  • Micron raises NAND flash quotes

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:19

  • Philips to sell majority interest in combined LED components and automotive lighting business to GO Scale Capital

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:17

  • Samsung expected to delay a second round of investment for expanding flexible display

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:17

  • Digitimes Research: Lenovo to fall short of 10 million smartphone shipments in 1Q15

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 20:16

  • BYD posts revenues of CNY7.251 billion from new energy-based cars

    Before Going to Press | Mar 31, 19:54

Pause
 | 
View more
2015 global AP market forecast and vendor analysis
Trends and forecasts for the China FPD industry, 2014-2017
DIGITIMES Translation Services
  • Wireless broadband developments in Southeast Asia markets

    As of 2013, the 10 ASEAN nations had a total of over 700 million mobile subscriptions, with the CAGR from 2003-2013 reaching 24%. This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the various mobile broadband markets in ASEAN and looks at the respective trends in 4G LTE development for those markets.

  • 2015 global tablet demand forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report provides a 2015 forecast for the global tablet market and analyzes the strategies of key market players such as Google, Apple, Intel, and Microsoft.

  • 2015 China smartphone panel trend forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the strategies of key China-based major panel makers BOE, Tianma and IVO for attacking the different market segments through technology and pricing, and their relationship to local vendors Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, Xiaomi and Coolpad.