AMD has released its new entry-level V3900 professional graphics card, which replaces the V3800. The V3900 is priced at $119, which puts it directly up against the Nvidia's Quadro 400. It sits roughly $50 less than the Nvidia's Quadro 600 and $20 more than the V3800.
From the specifications, V3900 looks to be a nice update to the V3800 and is basically the business version of the Radeon HD 6570 DDR3. The V3900 has double the memory at 1GB and is based on the "Turks" GPU. The card's 128-bit DDR3 memory gives it 28.8GB/s of memory bandwidth compared to the V3800, which had a 64-bit interface providing half the bandwidth at 14.4GB/s. It supports the latest versions of OpenGL and OpenCL (4.2 and 1.1, respectively). Based on various test conducted by AMD, the card shows performance increases over both the V3800 and Quadro 400.
The card will ship with an optional full-height bracket to allow it to be installed in standard form factor systems. The AMD FirePro V3900 has received certification for a variety of applications including AutoCAD, UGS NX, PTC Creo, SolidWorks, and Autodesk 3Ds Max. It is backed by a 3-year limited product repair / replacement warranty.
Read more on the AMD V3900 professional graphics card at its product page.