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|4th September 2009, 14:48||#1|
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ATI plans 3 mobile DX11 GPUs
We donít have many details, but we know that in the top of enthusiast market, ATI is preparing a mobile DirectX 11 GPU codenamed Broadway. This should be the fastest mobile gamer and workstation card in DirectX 11 flavour and you can expect 30 to 60W TPD.
The performance market comes with a card codenamed Madison who should be enough to cover the mainstream market and of course it shares DirectX 11 support but it fits 15 to 30W TDP which is much more acceptable for notebooks.
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