AMD FireMV, formerly ATI FireMV, is brand name for graphics cards marketed as a Multi-Display 2D video card, with 3D capabilities same as the low-end Radeon graphics products. It competes directly with Matrox professional video cards. FireMV cards aims at the corporate environment who require several displays attached to a single computer. FireMV cards has options of dual GPU, a total of four display output via a VHDCI connector, or single GPU, a total of two display output via a DMS-59 connector.
FireMV cards are available for PCI and PCI Express interfaces.
Although these are marketed by ATI as mainly 2D cards, the FireMV 2250 cards support OpenGL 2.0 since it is based on the RV516 GPU found in the Radeon X1000 Series released 2005.
The FireMV 2260 is the first video card to carry dual DisplayPort output in the workstation 2D graphics market, sporting DirectX 10.1 support.
|Configuration ||Dual output ||Quad output |
|FireMV 2260 Multi-View ||FireMV 2270 Multi-View ||FireMV 2450 Multi-View ||FireMV 2460 Multi-View |
|Display outputs ||dual DisplayPort ||dual DisplayPort, DVI, VGA ||Quad DVI and VGA ||quad DisplayPort and quad DVI |
|Display connections ||2 × DisplayPort ||DMS-59 ||2 × VHDCI ||4 × Mini DisplayPort |
|Graphics memory ||256MiB ||512MiB or 1GiB ||512MiB ||512MiB |
|Max. resolution ||2560×1600 ||2560×1600 ||1920×1200 ||2560×1600 |
- ^ "ATI Device IDs". AMD. Archived from the original on 2011-08-04.
ATI FireMV 2250 ,RV516 ,719B
- ^ "ATIRadeon". freedesktop.org. Archived from the original on 2007-08-09. Retrieved 2011-07-18.
- ^ FireMV 2260 brochure: "Also with Microsoft DirectX 10.1 support the ATI FireMV 2260 exceeds all of the Windows Vista Aero minimum requirements". Retrieved July 12, 2008
- FireMV series page at ATI
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