ATI Releases X1300CE For Windows Vista

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As Vista is going to be released in early 2007, ATI plans to release new model for its value market, the Radeon X1300CE has been certified by Microsoft for Vista Premium in Nov.

Codenamed RV505CE, the Radeon X1300CE is a replacement of the old Radeon X300/500 (RV370). Manufactured by TSMC with 80nm technology, RV505CE features Direct X 9.0c, Shader Model 3.0 and AVIVO technology. This chip is driven by 4 Pixel Shader Pipeline, 2 Vertex Shader engine, 64Bit native memory controller, and a 350MHz core. The card is expected to retail for US$49

X1300CE

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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26-10-2006, 15:36:21

Mullet
Any news on the c2d boards that officially support Sli??

How about this: Asus P5N32-SLI Premium nF590 SLI (Socket 775) Motherboard

26-10-2006, 16:05:15

NickS
nVidia chipsets for Intel fail tbh. The ABIT 975x unofficially supports SLi, I'd look at that.

26-10-2006, 16:19:06

Mullet
:(

26-10-2006, 16:57:50

FragTek
Wirelessly posted (LG Fusic: Opera/8.01 (J2ME/MIDP; Opera Mini/2.0.4719/1378; en; U; ssr))

i hear the aw9d rapes pretty hard in sli for unofficially supporting it.

26-10-2006, 21:21:35

Pyr0
the new nvidia 6 series chipsets will be available on mobos soon :)
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