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Monday, 22 October 2007 10:24

RV670XT is single slot

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Despite the pictures


Tom’s hardware TW got a picture of the dual slot RV670 card and we can tell you that the reference RV670XT card will only be single slot. They call it Radeon 3870, but at this point it is not safe to use any name, as ATI had a few different codenames and product names that they presented all over Asia.

The important part is that the RV670XT version is a single slot card, as the chip is 55 nanometer and tiny, at least compared to the D8P, G92 die size.

Nvidia’s Geforce 8800GT is scheduled for introduction on the 29th, while ATI’s chip should be out on the 15th of November.

Last modified on Monday, 22 October 2007 19:20
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