Originally Posted by Bo$$
'allows GPU to work with CPU to accelerate applications beyond just graphics, but also enables a faster and easier daily application experience.'
seriously 7.1 everyday use? more like video transcoding or some rubbish
Still using XP, huh? Vista and 7 benefit greatly from decent DX10 graphics. Multitasking, for that matter, doesn't just require lots of memory, but also a good redraw rate, which is sorely absent from a lot of integrated graphics solutions.
That said, they list two memory types for the Eyefinity version, meaning four SKUs in total? That's a lot for such a simple, low-end product... DDR2 can't possibly be that much (if any) cheaper anyway, given the way supply has tanked over the past six months.