AMD Expands Line of ATI FirePro Workstation GPUs

Professional graphics workers now have an entire new line of ATI FirePro graphics cards to choose from now. In addition to the FirePro V8800, which launched earlier this month at an 'affordable' $1,499, AMD has now expanded the family to include the ATI FirePro V7800, ATI FirePro V5800, ATI FirePro V4800, and ATI FirePro V3800 to fill different needs and budgets.

Like the rest of the current ATI GPU family, these FirePro cards support DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.0 and OpenCL along with ATI Eyefinity technology.

AMD also announced the ATI FirePro 2460 Multi-View, a low profile, quad display graphics solution designed for financial institutions. This graphic part sips power with an average board power consumption of 13W.

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  • One question somewhat related to this: has ATI already fixed the 2D performance on the consumer graphics cards ?

    Would you, Tom's Hardware, do a review of the 2D performance of these professional parts for comparison ?
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  • One question somewhat related to this: has ATI already fixed the 2D performance on the consumer graphics cards ?

    Would you, Tom's Hardware, do a review of the 2D performance of these professional parts for comparison ?
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  • I'm sure the graphic capabilities are amazing but damn 1,500? I agree with tpi2007; toms should give us a side by side comparison with the radeon.
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  • wait... is that a single slot Radeon 5000 series equivalent that I see?

    tom's, get your benchmark team asap!!!

    UPDATE:
    $799 for the ATI FirePro V7800 2GB PCIe
    $469 for the ATI FirePro V5800 1GB PCIe
    $189 for the ATI FirePro V4800 1GB PCIe
    $109 for the ATI FirePro V3800 512MB PCIe
    $299 for the ATI FirePro 2460 512MB PCIe

    I just want to know what's the difference between V4800 and Radeon 5750/5770

    UPDATE:
    Argh... the v4800 is just a 5670 that costs nearly twice as much...
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