ATI debuts Mobility Radeon X1600

Posted on Tuesday, December 06 2005 @ 8:46 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
A review is already available and here follows ATI's official release of the Mobility Radeon X1600 GPU with Avivo.

With Microsoft's Shader Model 3.0 and full-precision DirectX 9 support, ATI delivers cutting-edge graphics performance on today's latest game titles. Mobility Radeon X1600 also introduces PowerPlay 6.0 featuring back bias technology designed to minimize power while in battery mode. These revolutionary power management capabilities, combined with the TSMC's Nexsys 90nm fabrication process, result in ground breaking performance-per-watt efficiency and make Mobility Radeon X1600 the ideal graphics solution for performance-thin notebook designs.

Mobility Radeon X1600 will drive notebooks from such industry leading OEM and ODM designers as Acer, Alienware, Arima, Asus, ECS, Evesham, FIC, Gericom, HP, LG, Medion, MiTAC, MSI, Packard Bell, Rockdirect, Samsung, Targa, and Uniwill.

Mobility Radeon X1600 offers a wide range of features and benefits including:
  • Fast graphics performance with brand-new multi-threaded 3D architecture and memory controller
  • Microsoft's Shader Model 3.0 with full precision DirectX 9 support for the latest games
  • Powerplay 6.0 featuring back bias process technology for lower power consumption
  • Avivo technology for high-fidelity, flawless video playback and enhanced connectivity
  • Dual-link integrated DVI for support of the highest quality digital panels
  • TSMC's Nexsys 90nm process technology
  • 12 Pixel Shader Processors
  • 5 Vertex Shader Units
  • Supports Microsoft's next-generation operating system, Windows Vista

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