What R600s are made of

Subject: Graphics Cards | April 11, 2006 - 03:22 PM |
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CoolTechZone takes a sneak peek at Radeon's upcoming R600, the successor to the current R580.  Much of the technology has simply increased in number or speed, though it is reassuring to hear it is expected to be fully compliant with Vista and DirectX 10.

'After convincingly taking away the performance crown from NVIDIA, ATI seems to be on a roll. The

R580 was a smashing hit, but the R600 seems to be even more stunning. If our sources are to be

believed, then the specifications sheet for the R600 will look something like this.'

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