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    Cool ATi R600 Samples Available On Feb 28th



    February 28th is the day where R600 card samples will be available to manufacturers and press while AMD continues working hard to launch R600 @ CeBIT. There are two versions; a 12" for OEMs and a 9" for the end users. No info as yet on their differences. According to INQ, AMD won’t let ATI release the new chip without being able to ship it in volumes so that lead to some delay.

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    is that long or what!?

    n if the graphical representation is right... dual 4pin plus one 6 pin!
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    Why does it look loooooooooooong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightRaven
    is that long or what!?

    n if the graphical representation is right... dual 4pin plus one 6 pin!
    Maybe they don't want to scare people by putting three 4pins
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    Noooo...12"??

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    Woah... such an long card
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    even it is 3 times faster than 8800GTX it is not going to fix into my casing
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    isn't that a joke on the INQ?

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    The cards is too long... nobody cares about consumer anymore
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    From the description:

    There are two versions; a 12" for OEMs and a 9" for the end users.
    The picture shown is obviously the OEM version. Quadro cards have had a similiar extension added to them in the past. To put it in perspective, the 8800GTX is 9" long.
    Last edited by Creig; Jan 10th, 07 at 03:07 AM.

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    INQ start the year with a great joke or what if it is true a water block will resolve the problem of the length

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    well, its very long all right. if 8800GTX is 9 inches loong and R600 for end users will be 9 inches. then we can say that the era where they say " technology is shrinking" has know past out. GOD HELP US ALL WITH TECHNOLOGY.

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    I don't mind it is 12" long or 24" long as I am caseless=)

    Anyway, end users version will be 9"....so no worry

    But I think there is reason why OEM is 12" long....

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    Quote Originally Posted by longsiew
    I don't mind it is 12" long or 24" long as I am caseless=)

    Anyway, end users version will be 9"....so no worry

    But I think there is reason why OEM is 12" long....
    dual gpu version?

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    R600 Die Size compared to NVIDIA G80

    DailyTech has just finished its briefing on the upcoming AMD ATI Radeon launches. The company has three major launches over the next few months: codenamed R600, R610 and R630.

    The R600, ATI's ultra-high-end Radeon X1950 successor, has a production date scheduled for February 2007. The card will launch at or around the Cebit 2007 convention in mid-March. Shipments will follow shortly after.

    Our latest roadmaps indicate R600 will support unified shaders and GDDR4 or GDDR3 memory. GDDR3 versions of the card running revision "A12" silicon appear to be making rounds in the blogsphere, and select press can even take a sneak peak of the card under embargo here at CES. The final silicon for R600 will be "A13."

    A GDDR4 version of the card will be the flagship launch product. Clock frequencies on any R600 card have not been set officially yet, and will not appear on marketing material until just a few weeks before the launch.

    The company has also added the R610 and R630 GPUs to the roadmap. In the past, ATI has used lower number codenames to denote entry-level products. We would suspect R610 would be the entry-level R600 cutdown, and R630 would be the mid-range chipset. The Radeon roadmap puts both of these products on the shelf before June 2007.

    All R600-series GPUs from ATI are compatible with DirectX 10.

    http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=5630
    Last edited by newzhunter; Jan 10th, 07 at 11:22 AM.

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