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Saturday, 30 June 2007 10:26

Palit adds HDMI to its HD 2600 Pro

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And first with GDDR3

Palit has announced its new Radeon HD 2600Pro Sonic which features HDMI, DVI and a D-Sub connector, although it doesn't have any type of analogue TV-out connectivity.

The onboard HDMI connector makes it slightly easier to connect the card to HDMI enabled displays and HD TV's, since there's no need for a dongle.

This is also the first Radeon HD 2600 Pro to feature GDDR3 memory and the card has 256MB which is clocked at 1.4GHz. The GPU remains at 600MHz.

Palit also announced it's Radeon HD 2600XT Sonic and Super, both clocked at 800MHz for the GPU and 1.6GHz for the memory. The difference between the two cards is that the Sonic features 256MB of GDDR3 memory while the Super has 512MB.

You can find out more at Palit's website

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