In November 2012 the latest product from ATI (now wholly owned by AMD) was announced. It is the ATI Firestream s10000 card. In we give some specifications as are now known. The s10000 components are made with 28 nm feature size. The peak power requirement has increased significantly from a 250 W range to 375 W. However, in fact two graphics engines are fitted into the s10000, to accomodate both computation and high-end graphics.
The specifications given indicate that per core 2 32-bit floating-point results
per cycle can be generated, the result of an add and a multiply operation. The
64-bit performance is a quarter of this. Whether these results can be produced
independently or result from fused operations is not known because of the lack
of information. ATI/AMD has catched up with NVIDIA GPUs (discussed below) in
that the Firestream s10000 now also supports error correction.