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Tuesday, 22 May 2007 09:12

Radeon HD2600 /2400 still on hold

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Chips about to come

ATI partners are still waiting for the RV630 and RV610 to start production of their Radeon HD 2600XT/PRO and Radeon HD2400 cards.

These 65 nanometre chips are going out of the TSMC as we speak and are finally getting into the hands of Add in board partners. Late June is still a target for the production of these cards.

Many partners will showcase their cards at Computex, but we heard from a few sources that the production still has to start.

So massive availability comes in late June early July, just on time for early Q3.  

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