Monday, June 16, 2008

Just an AMD Firestream in the Wind?

The newly named "AMD Stream Processor" packs a peak power of 375 GFLOPS, easily slaying any single CPU in the world today.

Or tomorrow, for that matter.

Based on your typical ATI Radeon A1900 board with the old and loud cooler.

The "Stream Processor" comes running at a clockspeed similar to that used on X1900XT series of cards.

The board packs 1GB of GDDR3 memory-512MB located at the front and 512MB at the back of the PCB.

$1,000 Firestream 9250 breaks teraflops barrier


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