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Wednesday, 29 August 2007 10:13

RV670 supports DX 10.1

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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A new chip


We learned one more thing about RV670 highly speculated chip. The new ATI’s hope will support DirectX 10.1 API and naturally it is completely backwards compatible with DirectX 10.0 and DirectX 9.

The chip is still quite a way from being released but so is any 55 nanometre product, it simply takes time to go to from 65 nanometre process to 55 nanometre half node.

If you ask when the answer is simply in 2008.

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