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Monday, 28 May 2007 20:23

65nm R600 is a new, redesigned core

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Confirmed


Sources close to the company have confirmed the existence of a 65 nanometre R600 core, but they couldn't confirm its R670 or R650 codename.


The sources confirmed that the 65 nanometre R600 is not just a shrunken chip, it is a redesigned core scheduled for introduction in Q3.

A new core should improve the flaws in the R600 design and our sources confimed this in the original story that you can check out here.

 

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