With the impending release of the ATI HD 4xxx RV770 (reported to have up to 2 GB GDDR5 memory), this 2 GB RV670 card may have a rough go. Price will determine it's success.
|From the well-known series "What, too much?" graphics card builder Gecube has announced that it made a Radeon HD 3870 card with no less of 2GB of on-board memory. Based on the already popular 55nm RV670 chip, the new card offers DirectX 10.1 capabilities, PCI-Express 2.0, 320 Stream Processors and CrossFire X support.
The 2GB card is equipped with the X-Turbo III silent fan and it seems to be clocked at 825 MHz (GPU) and 1740 MHz (memory). Gecube's new 3870 offer is expected to hit the stores soon but its price tag is currently unknown.