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Old 25th August 2004, 21:48   #1
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Default ATI's "Fudo" to have Shader 3.0

A VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE friend told us about the so-called "Fudo" chip, the one that is scheduled to arrive in 2005. S/H/e also confirmed some of the things that we already knew, validated it and at the same time gave us many leads where to hunt further.

Fudo, as we've reported before, is the codename for the R520 we can definitely confirm that from many sources including some people from ATI management. Can we call them hot shots? Is that politically correct? I guess they won't mind - they know we like them at least as much as they like us if not more.

http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=18086
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