AMD showed off its dual-chip flagship Radeon HD 7990

AMD Graphics Director Matt Skynner showcases

at the GDC 2013 conference (Game DevelopersConference) in the San Francisco reference dual-chip Radeon HD 7990 graphics card (codenamed Malta). The video adapter is equipped with a dual-slot active cooling system with three fans, the manufacturer focuses on the noiselessness of such a solution. The video card is designed for the PCI Express 3.0 x16 bus. Onboard is 6144 MB (3072 MB per chip) of GDDR5 memory, 384 bit interface. The operating memory frequency is not specified. The frequency of the graphic cores is expected to be around 1000 MHz, the TDP level will not exceed 375 watts.

Additional power will be provided by two8-pin connectors. Four Mini DisplayPort connectors and one DVI are provided for image output. The official release of the video card should take place in the second quarter of the year, and the recommended price will be close to $ 1000 (8100 UAH / 30600 rubles).