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Computex06 - The most powerful Intel CrossFire platform, ATi RD600

Computex06 - The most powerful Intel CrossFire platform, ATi RD600 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages

| Video Cards News | Posted: Jun 2, 2006 9:59 am

Taiwanese based hardware site HKEPC have sourced some hot spicey details on ATI's upcoming Intel (Conroe) CrossFire platform, RD600. This is looking to be a real weapon and will hopefully help close the gap with NVIDIA in the way of producing a highly competitive chipset for the enthusiast market.


Unfortunately the translated content is a little sketchy but theres some white paper material (in english) and images giving us a few ideas of what this chipset will bring to the table (Mmmmm ATI physics support, bring on the candy baby!).


We'll no doubt be hearing a lot more about this during the course of Computex next week!


News shared from Taiwan manufacturer, ATi would announce the most powerful Intel CrossFire platform chipset, ATi RD600, in the coming days. It ' s temporarily named ATi Xpress 3,200 Intel Edition and compatible to the new Intel Conroe processor. It would be manufactured by TSMC with 90nm process.


This product is targeted on enthusiastic user, supporting 1333MHz FSB, Dual Channel DDR2-1066 and providing Split Channel Mode to lower the latency. From the internal testing, a maximum of 1600MHz was reported in the over clock mode with A13 version, which has 6 PCB layers. In addition, the memory clock is independent to the FSB. It sounds good to the fans of over clocking.


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