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Monday, 02 July 2007 08:48

AMD sold millions of G690 chipsets

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Integrated life is good


At least someone is making money inside DAAMIT. The ATI chipset division sold over a million G690 integrated chipsets and this number was confirmed by AMD’s VP Ed Fisher the other day.

As far as we know ATI was hitting its targets already and this just comes as a small drop of profit in a company that is rapidly losing money.


AMD will have the new RS790 chipset which is planned for early next year and this new GPU will support DirectX 10.  

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