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Sunday, 02 September 2007 10:22

Diamond working on 2GB graphics card

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Professional workstation card
 

HotHardware has scored some pictures up an upcoming workstation card from Diamond Multimedia, which will feature no less than 2GB of GDDR4 memory.

This is the first card in Diamond's new VFX 2000 series of professinal workstation products and it's based on the R600 GPU.

The PCB is aparently a modified 2900XT PCB and HotHardware recons that the features will be similar to those of the ATI FireGL V8650.

You can check out a couple of additional pictures and some additional info here

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