AMD Radeon HD 6900 High End DX11 Cards With 2GB RAM Unveiled

AMD has finally introduced the high end its high end AMD Radeon HD 6900 graphics cards family which boasts an enhanced second-generation, Microsoft DirectX 11-capable architecture to provide remarkable performance.

The high end family takes advantage of AMD PowerTune power management technology that dynamically adjusts power draw on the fly, AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology and AMD HD3D technology for stereoscopic 3D entertainment.

"AMD Radeon™ HD 6900 series graphics feature AMD's second-generation, DirectX® 11-capable architecture, new image quality improvements and up to 2GB of graphics frame buffer, making it a great choice for gamers and enthusiasts," said Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager, GPU Division, AMD. "Delivering DirectX® 11 performance with intelligent tessellation, image quality improvements with new anti-aliasing modes and AMD PowerTune technology, we believe AMD Radeon™ HD 6900 series graphics cards will make excellent gifts this holiday season."

Graphics cards in the AMD Radeon™ HD 6900 series are available immediately from retailers worldwide, with select models starting at $299 US SEP.

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Not Bad

Well with the reviews I've read these cards for the price are nice. The 580 is hands down the best single GPU card. The 6970 which is the new 5870, goes back an forth with the 570 which is the 480 replacement, Yes NV messed with there numbers also. Just going off of how AMD does there drivers and remember the reviews are being done with beta drivers, these cards will see a 10-15% performance boost with good drivers, still wont compare with the 580, but the 6970 will be better than the 570 in most everything, and don't get me wrong the 570 is a great card for price also. So both company's are stepping up which is nice to see.

Not bad but

Now all we need are games that actually use the tesselation feature as it was advertised, and with all the multi-platform games thing going on I don't think we'll see much of it.

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