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Old 10th July 2006, 13:58   #1
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ATI RD600 Conroe chipset will sport three PCIe slots

ATI IS WORKING on one cool, Conroe-supporting chipset. It is codenamed RD600 and this one will have no less than three PCIe 16X ports. As you might know, ATI wants to do a lot with what the chip firms now call physics. Most especially it wants to get you buying three graphics cards for your PC.
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If they come up with an ONE chip GPU that has the performance of THREE , than that's "cool".
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