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Monday, 28 May 2007 12:28

RV630 samples out

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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But no reviews per favore


The Radeon HD 2600XT / PRO is getting into shape, but the drivers are still not polished even though the cards are already out. ATI still doesn’t let anyone write reviews due to the NDAs, but the prototype cards have been circulating since late April.

 

A few partners confirmed that they will be showing Radeon HD 2600XT / PRO and HD 2400 cards at the show but they wont be able to ship them until July or early Q3.

 

For the record, both of these cards have UVD. If you by chance post a NDA review before it's due, ATI has its KGB to take care of the issue.

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