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Wednesday, 06 June 2007 07:40

Sapphire RV630XT offloads a CPU in HD

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Computex 07: Blu-ray playback at 10 to 20 percent CPU power


We’ve seen Radeon HD 2600PRO in action and the card didn’t had any problems to play a Blu-ray movie. The best part of it is that CPU loads between 10 and 20 percent of an Athlon X2 5200+.

The graphic card has 256 MB of memory but it could cope with this 1080 content. We had a chance to watch the Fifth element in HD and this mid end PC didn’t had any problems to cope with it, but the graphic card with UVD was the key.


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