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    Post HD 2900, HD 2600, HD 2400 Model Info

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    Hmm even have a pci card from diamond...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bball4ever39 View Post
    Hmm even have a pci card from diamond...
    WTF VisionTek too?!??!?!?!? 0_0

    A DX10 PCI Card !!! ME NEEDS ONE !!!

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    No passively cooled 2600XT w/ GDDR4?
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    I could do with a PCI card
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    The Dual 2600XT from Sapphire look interesting - 65nm, UVD, and could possibly compete with a "2900XL" or something (and hopefully fold too).
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    Two 1GB cards from Diamond but no differences between then... odd.

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    Where did the passive cooled 2600XT go for sapphire? or is the chart not updated?
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    As expected, availability dates are nowhere to be seen.
    Diamond Radeon HD2900XT (2900XT1000FPE) 1000MB
    Riiight. The chart sure looks like the work of a pro...
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    very nice..

    mm.. If my board have 4 pci.. can I have 4 Ati 2400 hahahaha..
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    My guess is we will start seeing those cards in July.

    Interesting to see that AGP still aint dead for whatever reason...
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    Supporting AGP yields only more potential buyers and considering there's probably more AGP machines out there in the wilderness than there is PCIe ones and that only ATi offers DX10 AGP parts, these cards are going to fly off the shelves.
    Once they actually become available - if ever.
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    Still waiting for those performens and price numbers...

    Sapphire Dual X2600XT? A dual GPU card maybe like the Dual X1950pro.
    Interesting..
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    AGP users have bigger problems than their video cards ;D
    Sure, PC-DL users would be thrilled

    Isn't there any silent 512MB model?
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    RV670 can go dual


    To beat the 8800 Ultra


    Our sources have confirmed that ATI can easily make dual GPU RV670 cards, as the power consumption is very low.

    Such a card will clearly end up faster than the 8800 Ultra and it is not that complex to build. This can be the mysterious R670 card while R650 is still the die shrunk R600 core.

    Various sources already confirmed the shrunken R600, a 65 nanometre version, but we are not sure about the codename of the product.

    RV670 has a 256 bit memory interface, but that can be the next 7950GX2.


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    Still no firm ship dates, no prices, no performance numbers? Is this some grandiose master plan and it will somehow all make sense at some point, because right now all AMD's moves look like a design for failure.

    I suspect that the 2600 and 2400 cards will come out with a higher MSRP than is reasonably justified and not succeed outside of the HTPC niche. I'd like to be pleasantly surprised though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mascaras View Post
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    both companies seem to be stripping out the mid-range and having two low-end series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by largon View Post
    As expected, availability dates are nowhere to be seen. Riiight. The chart sure looks like the work of a pro...
    1000 MB is correct to keep the units the same vs. 1 GB.
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    only one brand has a low profile card with built-in hdmi, and it's a brand i haven't seen locally... <sigh>

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    Quote Originally Posted by perkam View Post
    WTF VisionTek too?!??!?!?!? 0_0

    A DX10 PCI Card !!! ME NEEDS ONE !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mascaras View Post
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    I'd have to say that's 100&#37; incorrect.

    HD 2900XT cross-fire has problems with a single 8800ultra, as the guru3d CF review will clearly tell you. Yes, CF wins in a few tests, and loses in a few tests...

    How is a dual-card, with less than half the bandwidth of HD 2900XT cross-fire going to compete? Remember, memory bandwidth doesn't scale with cross-fire. You have the bandwidth of a single card because both cards have to store all the same information to render, so it'd be stuck at 256-bit, and trying to feed 2 cores with such miniscule bandwidth. It's one of the reasons why in a few titles the 7950GX2 didn't scale much from single-gpu to dual-gpu...

    To give a rough idea, this claim is the equivalent of saying the dual x1950pro could take the 8800GTX.
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    yeah....isn't the 2400 series just rebaged X1600's? and therefore only Dx9 compliant?
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    no thats the 2300 afaik, all GPUs on here have their codenames and none of them are old gen cards so i assume its the 2300.
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    Funny, there's no mention of HD2900XL. I wonder if it exists at all...
    Quote Originally Posted by frankR View Post
    1000 MB is correct to keep the units the same vs. 1 GB.
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    That would be 16x64MB = 1024MB = 1GB != 1000MB
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