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Old 16th July 2008, 22:41   #1
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Default New Generation ATI Radeon for Mainstream, Mobile Markets are Ready

The release of ATI Radeon HD 4800-series graphics cards by ATI, graphics product group of Advanced Micro Devices, demonstrated that the company is completely capable of releasing advanced graphics processing units on time. Moreover, ATI’s next-generation mainstream graphics chips as well as mobile graphics processors are ready, at least according to PCI-SIG certification.

Based on PCI Express “integrators list”, AMD’s graphics chips code-named RV730, M98-L and M96 are fully compliant with PCI Express 1.1 version of the standard. Inclusion into the list also means that the chips are fully operational and may be rolled out commercially shortly from now.

It is believed that ATI RV730 is the successor of the ATI RV630 and RV635, which have been blamed for low performance right from their launch. The RV730 is projected to offer higher performance compared to the predecessor, which should help AMD’s graphics products group to regain market share from its rival Nvidia Corp.

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would love to get HD4850 power in a laptop but I don't think the power requirements will work well with it. HD3870 in a lappy is not bad either, but with the 8800M GTX available... not quite the same thrill.
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When are these external videocards coming?
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this is about internal GPU. External AMD is Lasso, which is HD3870 performance... but external = dragging along more kit. for ATI it's 9600 GT external from Asus I think.
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Cheapest 8800M GTX laptop costs a small fortune... suspect a mobile 4x00 chip would be much more "affordable", as far as laptops go.
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