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Wednesday, 11 April 2007 23:45

R600 goes full monty

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Mystery revealed


Mystery no more, the R600 card has been stripped, it's probably only a matter of days before we start to see the first unofficial benchmarking scores. A member of VR-Zone's forum posted some pictures and a link to some R600 stripped naked pictures.

You can see it all, which memory chips do they use, the PCB layout, and every last chip on the card is pixelized in high resolution. As we've seen the card more than once we can confirm that pictures look like the real McCoy.


You can follow this link directly to the VR-zone forum. 

  

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