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Monday, 23 April 2007 19:08

R600 getting close, house party II

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Picture part duo

We showed you a picture or an R600 card a while ago here, but since DAAMIT tries to party in Tunisia and has bunch of journos on NDA's, lets leak some more and get some people scared. We waited for this specific moment to make it special.

This is a picture of the same R600XT card so you guys can compare it and analyse it all you want but this is the real Radeon HD 2900XT Mc Coy. The version ATI is showing off in Africa today is shorter, has a smaller retail cooler and has 512 MB of memory.

Look at the size of the heatpipes, it's ridiculous but this is necessary to do remove 200W+. This is an OEM card and it should be ready by middle of the May that is the day.

Oh and the second PCIe 8 pin connector is for Overdrive. Is Tunis better than roasting a lamb in the wilds, we wonder. And here is the picture.

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