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Friday, 06 April 2007 13:53

R600 tech days start on the 23rd

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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April in Tunis, Tunisia + Barcelona demo


ATI will hold its R600 tech days on the Monday 23rd till Tuesday 24rd of April in Tunis, Tunisia in African continent. This is the first major graphic launch to take place in Africa.


DAAMIT invited bunch of journalists about 185 if we remember correctly for this event and ATI will show some hot things such as RD790 chipsets and ten display R600 setup powered with Agena FX CPU (a desktop version of native quad core also known as Barcelona).


R600 will debut in external version as well and all this will be demonstrated on the 23rd and 24th of April in Tunisia.


The official launch will be in May probably at the middle of the month when ATI manages to get any R600 1024 MB cards out of production.

 

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