MacCentral: ATI Show Off Radeon X800
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MacCentral's Peter Cohen has posted a short but sweet news item about the upcoming Mac version of the Radeon X800, the upcoming next-generation graphics card from ATI Technologies. According to the article, ATI has quietly unveiled the Mac version of the X800 at the Digital Life Expo in New York City this week.
Here's a clip from the article:
Sources at ATI confirmed with MacCentral that the card is based on ATI's Radeon X800 graphics chip -- the company's current high-end graphics hardware that has, to this point, not been available on the Macintosh. The card is equipped 256MB of VRAM, and features one dual-link Digital Visual Interface (DVI) connection capable of driving the 30-inch Cinema Display. An Apple Display Connector (ADC) interface is also provided. The system was shown running an older 23-inch Cinema HD Display side-by-side with the 30-inch model.To check out the rest of the article, please follow the link below.
MacCentral: ATI shows Radeon X800 on Power Mac G5
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