AMD Mobility Radeon HD 2700 coming soon

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 12 2007 @ 00:01 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Some information about the upcoming Mobility Radeon HD 2700 GPU was published on AMD's website. This chip is apparently made on a 65nm process and features 390 million transistors.

It features a 128-bit memory bus and only 120 stream processors. It supports DirectX 10 but lacks support for the new DX10.1. Information about the core or memory clockspeeds isn't available.
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