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AMD/ATI ''Barts'' GPU Specs, Board Shot Leaked

We all know that AMD/ATI is prepping the next generation of its GPU, which will likely come to market as the Radeon HD 6000 series.

While AMD has yet to make any of it official, there are already leaked details and some potential specs floating around the internet. Thanks to Chinese sources, we may have some details on the successor to the Radeon HD 5770, known as "Barts".

TechPowerUp has been keeping an eye on what's posted on Chinese site ChipHell, and has pictures of what could be the XT version of Barts.

Perhaps even more interesting is this presentation slide that AMD shared with one of its partners.

Hopefully AMD will have something official to share soon.

  • enzo matrix
    Wow, this sure is old news.
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  • ares1214
    Tom's, whats going on? This info has been out for a month+. And im pretty sure that slide was even a confirmed fake!
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  • HKH
    Tom's is always abit behind in their news~
    But none the less, most of the articles are pretty decent
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  • chaoski
    Like anything, as website/company gets big.....worse it gets. I remember the good old days of Tom's hardware....
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  • hari_41
    too old
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  • hari_41
    but the 256 bit increases cost to make
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  • jfby
    At least the news is tech related... maybe they will release an 'updated' version of the story down the road.
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  • Really, I mean, zoom in on that pic, and tell me it does not look like a 4890 that has been heavily used, I mean really, look at the dust buildup, from a new test card really!!!

    Why post this as an article, I mean, its just rubbish, with no substance and pure speculation and no fact and crap pictures!!!
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  • rhino13
    Does anyone really care about the GTX460?
    It just seems odd to me that there is this urgency in AMD to take down that segment of the market.
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  • madass
    rhino13Does anyone really care about the GTX460?It just seems odd to me that there is this urgency in AMD to take down that segment of the market.It's the only GPU NV makes that actually sells decently.
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