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Monday, 02 July 2007 13:58

HIS launched Radeon HD 2400 series

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Low profile DirectX 10 from HIS

 

HIS has launched a low profile version of ATI's low-end DirectX 10, Radeon HD 2400 series.

Unlike other partners HIS announced only one card from HD 2400 series, Radeon HD 2400PRO, or in full name "HIS HD 2400 PRO 1GB/512MB HyperMemory with 256MB/128MB (64bit) DDR2 PCIe". It is certanly long name for such a small card. It is the only Radeon HD 2400 PRO that uses the HyperMemory technology. 

It is based on 65 nanometer ATI Radeon HD 2400 PRO GPU that works at 525MHz and comes with 256 or 128MB of 64bit DDR2 memory that works at 800MHz. Unlike the HD 2900 this card does have UVD. As all other ATI's new cards this one also comes with built-in HDMI with HDCP and 5.1 surround audio over the DVI-HDMI dongle, that is bundled with the card.

Card comes cooled by a little fan, which should keep the 65nm GPU cool. We would rather see a passive solution, because HTPC should be kept as silent as it can be, but that version is sure to come soon.

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