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Old 25th May 2009, 11:40   #1
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Default ATi R800, DirectX 11 is dual chip

We just got one interesting news confirmed. ATI's DirectX 11 high-end card, codenamed R800 is made of two 40nm GPUs. This doesn’t really come as a big surprise, but we at least managed to confirm this one. ATI is continuing its X2 roadmap and won't change its direction anytime soon.

RV870 is a single 40nm DirectX 11 capable chip while R800 will be made of two of them. R800 should be competing with Nvidia’s GT300 chip and at this stage, we doubt that anyone knows who should win this performance crown fight but the hopes are high.

http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/13832/34/
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