X-bit Labs reports AMD is planning to release its first DirectX 11 mobile graphics cards in the first half of 2010:
ATI, graphics business unit of Advanced Micro Devices, confirmed that it is on-track to launch its first lineup of DirectX 11 graphics processing units (GPUs) “in the back half of the year” and that the product family will ramp up very quickly in the channel market. In addition, AMD promised DirectX 11 graphics chips for mobile computers to arrive in the first half of 2010.
“What I do expect to be an opportunity for AMD in the second half of the year is our introduction of DirectX 11-compatible products, in effect, a new product stack. We expect to be out ahead of our competition and we think that it will have a positive effect on our mix and hence our ASPs in the back half of the year,” said Dirk Meyer, chief executive officer of Advanced Micro Devices.
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Re: ATI mobile DX11 card slated for first half of 2010 by Anonymous on Friday, July 24 2009 @ 05:26:18 CEST
Is Nvidia even IN the race anymore? They are STILL rehashing 4 year old designs as their "new", while ATI is eating them alive.
DX11 won't be something to miss, and Nvidia's high end sales will dive into the toilet when AMD comes out with DX11 mobile