The folks over at PCSTATS have managed to snap some shots of Biostar's upcoming AMD690G motherboard formerly known as ATI RS690G.
It's a board designed with Windows Vista in mind and has great onboard features that should kill anything from nVidia and of course Intel. You'll notice it has not only DVI and VGA ports but also an onboard HDMI port which is HDCP compatible.
The AMD 690 chipset series will include variants incorporating integrated graphics processors (IGP) based on the former ATI's Radeon graphics technology, and is designed to be paired with the ATI-developed SB600 south bridge, said the sources. At least two IGP versions are planned which promise to offer higher visual performance than current IGP solutions, noted the sources. Additionally, the higher-end variant, the AMD 690G, will offer extra support for features including DVI, HDMI, and HDCP, added the motherboard makers.
We are currently testing an ECS motherboard based on the same chipset and our review should be out sometime next week!
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