Originally Posted by tkpenalty
Who cares! If Nvidia does the same why cant AMD do the same?
Even if its dual core, it still counts, it technically is a dual core Graphics card
. Even if it is two seperate cores, you have two cores on one PCB so it does count.
I think it's a great card and could care less if it uses two or ten cores.
What bugged me is that the first paragraph is about how the 3870x2[and they say "ATI Radeon HD 3870 X2 graphics processor"] is a brake through in graphics and the second is about how they used two of the previous cores to make the card. It just struck me as being unpolished,especially for a big launch like this. The rest of the release was good it's just the first four paragraphs seemed jumbled up to me. I'm not even close to being a english teacher so it may just be me. Actually I'm dyslectic so it probably is me
And are the 3400/3600 a success? because up till today I haven't seen them for sell.