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Sunday, 06 May 2007 05:05

Partners will get XTX cards?

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1GB DDR4 for partners only


We've been
 told by a reliable source that the 12in Radeon HD 2900 XTX cards should still make an appearance, with 1GB of GDDR4 memory, in selected partners systems.

So expect to see these massive cards in systems from the usual suspects, although we don't have a confirmed list of partners.

These cards will be limited to top of the range cards from DAAMIT's partners that decide to stick high-end Radeon cards in their systems over a solution from Nvidia.

Don't ever expect to see these cards to hit retail though, if you want to build your own system you'll have to make do with a 9in 512MB DDR3 card Radeon 2900 XT card.

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