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Friday, 08 February 2008 10:02

Quad DVI 3870 X2 comes after next week

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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After (Happy) Chinese New Year


We were informed that many of ATI's partners should have their custom designed 3870 X2 cards ready as of next week. Taiwan and China are on holiday, as it is the time of the Chinese New Year and this tends to delay some plans for a week or two.

Some of the new cards include a custom designed PCBs, new coolers and some of them are going to be water cooled.

Some users might like four DVI ports that will be part of many of the custom designed models and we expect them to be at least a bit faster than the reference cards.

You should be able to get one in some ten to fifteen days, that is what our sources told us and reviews may even appear late next week or early the week after.

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