ATI is working on a DirectX 11 Card

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ATI is working on a DirectX 11 Card
 
 
After the recent success with their RV770 and renewed DirectX 10.1 cards, ATI wants to continue the winning streak with some DirectX 11 cards.
 
Nobody yet knows the codename for this new chip, but so far it can be assumed to be named RV870. Our sources suggest that the RV870 will have full DirectX 11 support.
 
 
There is also word that the RV870 will launch before the official release of DirectX 11. This can only put ATI further in front of Nvidia in the graphics race. The new chip is rumoured to get released one year from now, so late Q2/early Q3 of 2009. The question is will Nvidia be able to defend against this rising giant?
 
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28-07-2008, 08:15:59

PV5150
The www is such a big place

Details in the news article

28-07-2008, 08:33:00

Jim
You gotta give Google some major respect really haven't you.

Even if 99.9% of the stuff on the internet is total sh*t, they still index it.

28-07-2008, 08:39:55

PV5150
Yeah totally agreed. It's something that I had taken for granted until I wrote that

28-07-2008, 12:38:38

Kempez
Agreed of all the web companies Google is the ownerer of them all. Hard to even process that number of web pages tbh

28-07-2008, 13:54:11

chefinal
and someone would want to try better them or compete with them in a previous post have they got a chance? cuil

28-07-2008, 14:28:53

PP Mguire
Yes, considering the lady who created Google created Cuil.
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