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Old 23rd November 2007, 14:56   #1
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Default R700 to be named HD 4000 ?

There is a big chance that the R700 generation will carry Radeon HD 4000 generation name, but there is also a chance that ATI will lose the HD prefix or completely change the name.

Since the 3870 is already out, the new R700 marchitecture at 45 nm would deserve a much higher number and that is likely to happen. It is still to early for a final conclusion, as ATI likes to play with the names but at least there is a big change.

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Old 24th November 2007, 03:17   #2
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Since there are no more XT, SE, Pro, LE, vanilla, or other suffixes, they can name it what they like.
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