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Friday, 29 February 2008 14:31

AMD 780G board pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Next week AMD plans to release what looks to be the fastest IGP chipset ever and at the same time it will support Hybrid Crossfire.

Reuven Soraya, Director of Marketing at AMD's Chipset Division, was happy to say the following:

“AMD 780 chipset sets the standard by which all platform technology should be measured.

With true DirectX10 graphics, Hybrid CrossFire technology, the richest HD video playback on the PC market and remarkably low power consumption we have redefined the boundaries of mainstream client computing.  


With the AMD 780 in our arsenal, we can satisfy our customers’ requirements in a unique fashion that none of our competitors can come close.”

The first official numbers will go out next week and such a strong statement indicates that AMD believes that it has a great product.

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