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Sapphire Adds AGP TO HD 2000 Series

First to bring the latest AMD graphics architectures to the industry standard AGP bus for desktop graphics, leading supplier Sapphire Technology is now shipping AGP versions of several of its HD 2000 series products. First to be available is the Sapphire HD 2600 PRO AGP which will be shortly followed by the XT version and HD 2400 models.

AMD to Upgrade Radeon HD 2400 and 2600

AMD is planning two new graphics chips, the RV635 and RV620, upgrades of its entry-level and mid-range ATI Radeon HD 2000 series products. The RV635 and RV620 are upgrade versions of the Radeon HD 2400 (R630) and 2600 (R610). The new chips will adopt a 55nm process, compared to 65nm of the previous chips, and will have core frequencies increased to 800MHz. The chips will be manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). In addition, the new video cards will also support DirectX 10.1, Shader Model 4.1 and PCI Express 2.0, while output will be upgraded to include Display Port. AMD schedules to provide EVT (engineering validation test) samples of the RV635 and RV620 chips in October and will launch in January next year. RV635 and RV620 will each come in XT and Pro versions. Although the official market names are not yet set, the cards are likely to be named Radeon HD 2650 and 2500.Source: DigiTimes

GECUBE Releases GEMINI 3 Radeon HD2600XT X2 Video Card

GECUBE is now shipping the world's first dual-GPU Radeon HD2600XT X2 DirectX 10 graphics card with up to 1GB of on-board memory and four DVI ports. The latest GEMINI 3 adopts two RV630XT (65nm) GPUs in CrossFire mode under one hood and features 512MB or 1GB of 128-bit GDDR2 memory. The GEMINI HD2600XT X2 also has built-in HDMI with HDCP decode to deliver crispy high definition video. The GEMINI 3 Radeon HD2600XT X2 PCI-Express X16 card comes in two versions:
  • HD2600XT X2 - 1GB on-board memory @ $279.00
  • HD2600XT X2 - 512MB on-board memory @ $259.00
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Source: GECUBE

K10 Breaks 30,000 in 3DMark06

The Inquirer is claiming that they have some benchmark scores to disclose with AMD's K10. They say that it was running on the RD790 chipset, with two HD 2900 XT cards, and some Corsair’s Dominator PC2-9136C5D. They clocked it at 3.0 GHz with the video cards clocked at 830 MHz for the GPU and 900MHz for the memory. They ended up with a score of 30,031 in 3DMark06 a new world record if true. They didn't point out what kind of cooling was used, but if it was just your standard heatsink. Expect even higher scores to be reached after their release.Source: The Inquirer

HIS announces HD 2600 Pro DDR3 card

HIS is trying to set itself apart from the competition by offering a very unique and surely well performing HD 2600 Pro with DDR3 memory. The card comes with a blue PCB, black and golden DVI connectors, a black and blue heatsinkg & fan combination. The 256MB 128-bit DDR3 memory runs at a whooping 1400 MHz while the core is set at 600 MHz.

Source: Fudzilla

GECUBE First to Unveil AGP 8X Radeon HD 2400Pro

Video card manufacturer GECUBE unveiled yesterday its AGP 8X version of ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro. Codenamed GC-RX24PGA2-D3, the new RV610-powered card boasts 256MB of DDR2 memory, native DirectX 10/Shader Model 4.0 support and ATI's Universal Video Decoder. The card is already starting to hit the stores and costs a little under 65 Euros. GECUBE is also expected to introduce 512MB version of the card.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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