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Monday, 09 April 2007 14:00

ATI prepares for DX10 AGP

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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RV630 and RV610 can AGP      


RIALTO or some other bridge works with AMD's new mainstream and entry level DirectX 10 cards. We confirmed this from various sources and there is still a big upgrade market targeting these cards.


Radeon X2600 series based on the RV630 will come in AGP flavour and of course even the entry level sub $100 Radeon X2300 series based on the RV610 works with a bridge chip.


AMD has the design kits for a while and this is a fighting chance for the APG market to go for DirectX 10. The cards are expected in May / June time, and they will be bit more expensive then the PCIe brothers.

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