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Friday, 06 July 2007 19:56

Club 3D shows HD 2600 series

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Two cards from Club 3D


Club 3D has announced its lineup of Radeon HD 2600 cards. Club 3D decided to announce two cards, one based on RV630XT and the other is a RV630PRO card.

The RV630XT part is called Club 3D HD 2600 XT 256MB GDDR4. The cards GPU comes clocked at 800MHz and as you may have guessed from the name, it comes with 256MB of 128bit GDDR4 memory that works at 2200MHz. Card is cooled by something that looks like small version of 2600XT's big brother HD 2900XT. We don't mind just as long as it doesn't produce as much noise as the mentioned one did. Anyway it's nice to see that they moved away from the reference design.

The other card is a based on RV630PRO chipset, and the full name is Club 3D HD 2600 PRO. The mentioned GPU is clocked at 600MHz. Card comes with 256MB of 128bit GDDR2 that ended up clocked at 800MHz. Nothing fancy, small cooler that should have no trouble in cooling down the 65nm RV630PRO GPU. This one will probably be the mainstream favorite.

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As the entire Radeon HD 2600 family, these cards are also DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0 compliant, and you can connect them to you TV via HDMI cable and DVI-HDMI adapter, with sound of course.

 

 

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