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AMD Radeon HD 6850 and HD 6870 - What We Can Tell You - PCstats.com AMD Radeon HD 6850 and HD 6870 - What We Can Tell You
Tue, October 19 2010 | 4:15PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"So, there was a fancy shindig from AMD earlier this week and it brought with it the information we needed in regards to the new 6000 series from the company We can’t tell you everything, mainly in relation to the performance side of things, but there’s some information that we’re able to give you now. For starters, the model numbers, as we mentioned in the title, the HD 6850 and HD 6870, are the numbers you need to know this month. The two models aren’t direct replacements for anything and nor are they the successors to the 5800 series, as the name would suggest. It’s all a little weird, but AMD did a last minute reshuffle on names. What we thought was going to be the HD 6750 and HD 6770, launching this week is instead the HD 6850 and HD 6870. When people heard this the first thought was that AMD decided to release the higher end single GPU models first. This wasn’t true as they instead just renamed the parts. The reason for the name shuffle is because AMD apparently need room; we’re getting the impression they need the room for Fusion."
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 Corsair and OCZ - PCstats.com Corsair and OCZ
Fri, May 14 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"These three new SandForce-1200 based models performed very well in our testing, competing with Intel in IOPS and completely dominating in write performance. The only thing really holding these drives back from total market domination is the price. That awesome write performance comes at the cost of heavy over-provisioning, which leads to less flash available for the user and therefore a higher cost/GB."
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