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Thursday, 07 June 2007 05:53

R650 / 670 is no go

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Computex 07: There is no 65 nm R600

 

We learned a disturbing bit of news and that is that all the information about the 65 nanometre part, including the “leaks within AMD”, were false.

AMD wants to find some high profile mole(s) and deliberately planted these two codenames and a chip specification.

Fudzilla has seen these documents and can confirm that there were at least a few mentions of R650 or R670, but I have to dissapoint you all, as it is not real.
 

R600 is the best you will see from ATI until Christmas and you will have to find your peace with it.
 

However, the RV670 exists.

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