Our friends over at
Chilehardware
have gotten some juicy details on the ATi RD790 reference boards for AMD Stars
core based off Socket AM2+ and Socket 1207+. The RD790 reference board for
Socket AM2+ (or known as AMD2G2 or AMDR2) Agena, Kuma, Runa and Spica Stars
processors is codenamed “Mako” but it is also backward compatible with AM2
processors. It support 3 x PCIe x16 slots (x16/x16/x4) for SLI/Crossfire +
Physics mode, DDR2-1066 memories, HyperTransport 3.0, one GbE and is paired up
with SB600 Southbridge. There is another RD790 reference board known as ” Wahoo”
for the Socket 1207+ based Agena FX processor and it supports dual Agena FX
processors. It supports 3 x PCIe x16 slots (x16/x16/x8) for SLI/Crossfire +
Physics mode, DDR2-1066 memories, HT 3.0, dual GbE and is also paired up with
SB600. It is also interesting to know that RD790 has a max TDP of 12W.

Our friends over at
Chilehardware
have gotten some juicy details on the ATi RD790 reference boards for AMD Stars
core based off Socket AM2+ and Socket 1207+. The RD790 reference board for
Socket AM2+ (or known as AMD2G2 or AMDR2) Agena, Kuma, Runa and Spica Stars
processors is codenamed "Mako" but it is also backward compatible with AM2
processors. It support 3 x PCIe x16 slots (x16/x16/x4) for SLI/Crossfire +
Physics mode, DDR2-1066 memories, HyperTransport 3.0, one GbE and is paired up
with SB600 Southbridge. There is another RD790 reference board known as " Wahoo"
for the Socket 1207+ based Agena FX processor and it supports dual Agena FX
processors. It supports 3 x PCIe x16 slots (x16/x16/x8) for SLI/Crossfire +
Physics mode, DDR2-1066 memories, HT 3.0, dual GbE and is also paired up with
SB600. It is also interesting to know that RD790 has a max TDP of 12W.