Alleged Cayman XT (Radeon HD 6800/6900) card looking large, still has ATI logo

One such leak is of the alleged Cayman XT-powered card which could be named Radeon HD 6870 or HD 6970. According to the leaked photo, the flagship single-GPU model in the new Radeon line has a dual-slot, single-fan cooler, two PCIe power connectors, two CrossFireX connectors enabling Quad CrossFireX, and two DVI, one HDMI and two mini-DisplayPort output - meaning up to five monitors are supported.

AMD Radeon HD 6870

The card has an ATI sticker on the fan but this brand will not be used to market the Radeon HD 6000 line. The specifications of the Cayman XT GPU are still unknown, the only certain thing about it being its manufacturing process - 40nm.

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