AMD's Q4 graphics line-up revealed

Posted on Friday, Nov 02 2007 @ 13:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Tweaktown managed to get their hands on a document which contains AMD’s plans for Q4 this year and how they position their products against Nvidia’s in the graphics card market. There are some interesting information here and one of the main things we spotted was that the Radeon HD 2900 XT is being EOL:ed or in other words, discontinued.

It looks like the Radeon HD 3870 and 3850 are indeed the right names for the new RV670 based cards from AMD, although there’s an XT and a P which we presume means Pro on this document which doesn’t add up with what we’ve seen some sites reporting about when it comes to AMD’s new naming scheme."

Learn more at TweakTown. Keep in mind that this document might be a bit outdated as some of the pricing and performance figures aren't correct.

One of the interesting things the document lists is the R680, this card is believed to be a dual-GPU card and if the pricing info is correct it will cost a whopping $799!


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