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Thursday, 22 November 2007 10:04

RV635 picture and info tips up

Written by test

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128-bit memory interface 

HKEPC has aparently gotten their hands on some more solid information about the upcoming RV635, or Radeon HD 3600-series, as well as what apparently is a picture of one of the upcoming cards.

The article confirms a lot of information we've already told you about, although what we didn't have on hand before were the clock speeds. If we're going to presume that the model names on HKEPC are correct, then the Radeon HD 3670 will be clocked at 800MHz with the memory at 1600MHz. The Radeon HD 3650 is a fair bit slower at 600MHz with the memory at 1GHz.

These cards are apparently meant to launch sometime in January, so don't expect to find one of these under the tree from Santa.

We're a bit skeptical about the picture below, which HKEPC claims is an RV635 based card. It lacks a TV-out connector, something you don't normally see on retail cards from AMD, suggesting to us that this is some kind of a FireGL card.

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Last modified on Friday, 23 November 2007 20:10
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