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AMD also wishes to clarify any confusion that may exist regarding the presence of the Unified Video Decoder (UVD) in its ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2000 series graphics processors. UVD is present in the ATI Mobility Radeon(TM) HD 2300, the ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2400, and the ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2600 series products, but is not present in the ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2900 series products as it is not needed due to the usage model of this high end product.

The ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2400 and ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2600 cards are designed for use in entry-level and mainstream systems, in which the UVD technology is beneficial for watching high definition movies. In contrast, the ATI Radeon(TM) HD 2900 XT is a high-end desktop card for gaming enthusiasts, and designed to be used in high-performance PCs with the fastest CPUs. In these environments, the CPU can perform software decoding of HD video without being overburdened and UVD technology is not required.
     
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I believe these cards are going to be excellent for HTPC's and media centers. With the lower price, HDMI out, and UVD, it would be an excellent buy. However, the heat may be an issue in SFF cases.
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i guess they are not even gonna bother trying to trump the 8800's anymore, maybe a wise choice
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Originally Posted by prestontrogden View Post
i guess they are not even gonna bother trying to trump the 8800's anymore, maybe a wise choice
best if they didn't for now and waited till DX 10 games started out on the market. Then they can figure out how to get around NVidia (God knows that AMD has to do something to have the dominate something on the market...processor or gpu)
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Originally Posted by bdattilo View Post
I believe these cards are going to be excellent for HTPC's and media centers. With the lower price, HDMI out, and UVD, it would be an excellent buy. However, the heat may be an issue in SFF cases.
You have to remember that the 2600 has the 65 nm instead of the 90 that the 2900 has so they will run a lot cooler. Also MSI has said that the 2600XT will hit at about the $150 mark,or maybe even lower, just perfect for the HTPC segment.
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