ATI recently released their latest financial results and, as usual, they held an analyst conference call to discuss them. Within the call there were a few further indications as to ATI’s upcoming products over the next few months.
With the recent announcement and reviews of NVIDIA’s 6200 graphics supporting “TurboCache” the question was asked where ATI’s Desktop equivalent was. While ATI’s CEO was keen to point out that HyperMemory, ATI's equivalent to TurboCache, had already featured on their AMD 64 integrated graphics platform, discrete versions are likely to appear this quarter, or within about 2 months. Given the market this is aimed at, and that ATI have already shown presentations with performance numbers, the solutions are expected to be based on Radeon X300 graphics chips.