New AMD Malta graphics card to come this summer

It seems that the wide release of GeForce GTX Titan graphics cards has really shaken the people at AMD because the recent announcement of the upcoming Radeon HD 7790 graphics card has been followed by a new report that claims AMD will soon introduce a dual-GPU video card that currently goes under the codename Malta.

The upcoming dual-GPU card will be the continuation of the widely rumored and never officially released Radeon HD 7990 although ASUS and Powercolor did release own versions of the card. Given the current situation, however, Malta has the real chance of hitting the market by summer 2013.

As expected Malta will be based on the current Southern Islands generation and will come with two GPUs clocked at 1 GHz or above. Sadly this is the only information that is available as of now.

Once released the dual-GPU Malta card should be available from all AMD partners, which will ensure wide market availability.

Stay tuned to our web site for more information on Malta once it becomes available.


Source: Overclockers.ru

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