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Author Topic: Some interesting stuff regarding RS780 and SB700  (Read 2394 times)
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« on: October 24, 2007, 08:01:15 AM »

    I saw something while surfing the net today...

Notice the upper part of the image: The logos of Athlon X2 (cyan right-angled triangle logo) and
Sempron LE (yellow right-angled triangle logo) processors.

The image came from here: http://hkepc.com/?id=268
RS780 IGP progress:
  • A11 finished all 3D benchmarks and success in running DirectX 10 games demos
  • All display output ready, with DisplayPort up and running
  • PCI-E slots certified for PCI-E 2.0 standard
  • HT 3.0 speed test done
  • Local frame buffer running well, supporting DDR2/GDDR3 memory modules
  • UVD will add complete hardware MPEG-2 video stream decoding on A12 samples,
    A11 samples support the same UVD as in Radeon HD 2400/2600 video cards
  • Currently preparing the driver for 780G chipset

And in another news: http://hkepc.com/?id=262
AMD HyperFlash to use Samsung OneNAND memory modules
  • up to four dies
  • 80 MHz clock
  • 16-bit bus width giving maximum bandwidth 108 MB/s
  • Install on IDE port (occupying 1 IDE channel)
  • OEMs can manufacture HyperFlash modules as connector of the module is made by Molex
  • 512 MB to 2 GB capacity
  • Claimed to have 30% speed advantage over Intel Turbo Memory

BTW, SB700 is now in A12 samples DVT samples in November and mass production in December,
HyperFlash will be supported in Beta drivers at first, official HyperFlash support in drivers in February 2008.
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