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Wednesday, 11 July 2007 11:15

ATI claims RV670 comes in Q4

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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But they are wrong


AMD sales machine is telling everyone that they will have a 55 nanometre version of RV670 chip ready in Q4 but we can confirm that this chip is going to slip in next quarter.

Some people in AMD already know that the chip and the overall 55 nanometre production is pushed in early 2008 but AMD has to tell something to its furious partners as the current mainstream and low end fail to perform.

The good news is that the price is exceptionally good so they will sell but there won't be much margin to make money on.

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