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Monday, 23 April 2007 09:03

Radeon HD 2600 XT works at 800 / 2200 MHz

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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A12 silicon is up


The current RV630 samples runs at 800 MHz. we are talking about A12 samples while the A14 should be the final version. Normally ATI launches A13 as the final version but obviously something went wrong with that chip so the company decided to move for the A14 version.

The bad thing about this card is of course that it uses a 128 bit memory controller and that the performance won't be that great on high resolutions with FSAA and Aniso on.

The 800 MHz might not be the final clock as the 65 nanometre chip should be able to score even more than that. We think that ATI has really big chances to win the mainstream battle this time.

 

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