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Wednesday, 04 July 2007 11:11

Radeon HD 2600 comes middle of July

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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In quantities


ATI partners will get its batch of A15 Radeon HD 2600 after the 15th of July. Actually the cards will be available after 15th to 20th of July and AIBs are expecting to have quantities in the etail and retail chains.

The supply is still tight and ATI on average delivers at least four times less then you order but this is changing by the day as the production is ramped up. The demand in OEM market for this cheap mainstream cards is good and we hope that ATI can make some money out of them.


The key point that ATI wants to focus at is the HD DVD and Blu-ray dominance over Nvidia's Video engine and we will be working on such a test very soon.

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