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July 11, 2011, 04:59:03 PM
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I can get these new ATI Firepro cards and ship the same day from Santa Clara CA.
Does anyone know if these will be any good for mining?
I couldn't find any information for hash rates on these,
Feel free to email me directly if you have any special requests.

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ATI FirePro V7800 2GB DDR5 DVI/2DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card, Retail
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Mfr Part Number: 100-505604
Features
ATI Eyefinity Technology
Support ATI CrossFire Pro Technology
Support ATI FirePro S400 Synchronization Module
AutoDetect Technology
Full 30-bit Display Pipeline
Multi-View Display
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Support DirectX 11.0, Full Shader Model 5.0 and OpenGL 3.2
OpenCL 1.0
GPU: ATI FirePro V7800
Memory: 2GB DDR5
Brandwidth: 128.0 GB/s
Shader Processing Units: 1440
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Bus: PCI-Express 2.0 x16
Max. Resolution: 2560x1600 @ 60Hz
Connectors: DVI, Dual DisplayPort
Thermal: Fansink
Support Microsoft DirectX 11, Shader Model 5.0 and OpenGL 3.2
System Requirements:
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July 11, 2011, 04:59:58 PM
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spec wise that should be fine but i would bet you can get a better radeon for less than that costs

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July 11, 2011, 05:01:09 PM
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These would be in the $700 range for the V7800 cards.

I can also get the V8XXX and V9XXX cards.
I assume these are the new generation of processors from ATI,  but I don't know if they will be any good for mining.


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it should perform as well as a radeon 5850 for 700 go hunt down a 5970 or 6990

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July 12, 2011, 10:01:56 AM
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I can also get the V8XXX and V9XXX cards.
I assume these are the new generation of processors from ATI,  but I don't know if they will be any good for mining.
No, the current VLIW4 generation Firepro cards are the V7900 and the V5900. And only those two.
The rest of the Firepro line are VLIW5, same microarchitecture as 5870 and 5850.


Generally you can, but shouldn't be using these for bitcoin mining. Because bitcoin mining uses OpenCL, and normal desktop cards are completely unrestricted for OpenCL usage. So it makes no sense to pay the price premium for workstation cards.

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