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Friday, 04 May 2007 16:16

Radeon HD 2400 pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Where is the rest of my card?
 

This is what the Radeon HD 2400 card will look like. The card is based on ATI's RV610 low end chip and has only a 64 bit memory controller. The memory on the card will work at 400 to 800 MHz while the card has four texture memory units and four render back ends.

The chip itself will be clocked between 525 MHz and 700 MHz depending on the version of the card. It will cost $99 or less, should  be introduced at Computex and available a few weeks later.

 This is what it looks like. The good news is that the card supports hardware Crossfire and that it looks small. We wonder where the rest of it is.

 

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