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Monday, 21 May 2007 18:42

Gecube showcased 2600XT

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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No clocks, just pictures


Computex started early for Gecube as these chaps showcased their Radeon 2600XT card. It looks like a dual slot card cooled by a fancy heatpipe cooler and it has HDMI via DVI support including 5.1 audio support.

The company showed a picture of the card and the rendered box, it didn’t talk much about the clock speeds of the memory, but the core works at 800 MHz. We know that it plans to unveil the DDR4 version of the card and the card comes equipped with 256 MB of 128 bit memory.

You can check the rest of the specs here but as we said before the cards will be out for sale after Computex, sometime in late June.  


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