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ATI starts shipping the HD 2400 and 2600

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AMD has now started shipping the HD 2400 and 2600 GPUs to its add-in board customers, which should mean the final cards will be available from online retailers within a few weeks. The companies which AMD has started shipping to include AsusTek, Club 3D, Diamond Multimedia, GECUBE, Gigabyte, HIS, MSI, Palit, PowerColor, Sapphire and VisionTek. No final pricing has been given, but the HD 2400 series of cards will be aimed at entry-level consumers, whilst the HD 2600 cards will be ATI's mid range offerings. Below is a comparison of the HD 2000 series cards (including the mobility HD 2300).


Source: DigiTimes
    
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Grr, they should just get it over with and make every new card DX10! And whats with the 64-bit mem. controller on the 2400?

Hopefully the core/mem speeds will be a little faster to make up for it.
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what's UVD and why does their highest card not support it?
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what's UVD and why does their highest card not support it?
It's the Unified Video Decoder, the 2900 was advertised to have it, but people later found out that it was a lie So they had to change their ways...
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the UVD does hd decoding on the gpu instead of the cpu. it will be really nice for htpc pecause then you don't have to have a high performance cpu for hd. the 2900 doesn't have it because they say that the if you have the 2900 then you have a processor to go with it and don't need the uvd.
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rofl 2300 doesn'even have dx10...


and OMG 65nm 2600
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and OMG 65nm 2600
Why is that OMG?
The 2600 and 2400 have have been 65 since they announced the product line. The 2900 would have been but they had problems with the die shrink. There will be a revision of the 2900 that has the 65 once they get all the bugs worked out
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It's the Unified Video Decoder, the 2900 was advertised to have it, but people later found out that it was a lie So they had to change their ways...
The x2900XT wasn't advertised to have it. They just announced UVD, said their next-gen radeons would have it(in an interview), and then never clarified which ones.

Just like how they never set a launch date for the x2900XT, so it wasn't late.

See, it goes like this: [Interview] -> [Words] -> [Similar words in Article] -> [Article Hypothesizing on meaning of previous Article] -> [Article Ranting, basing opinions on previous Article being fact] -> [People]

People get the third tier chewed up opinionated stuff.
     
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The x2900XT wasn't advertised to have it. They just announced UVD, said their next-gen radeons would have it(in an interview), and then never clarified which ones.

Just like how they never set a launch date for the x2900XT, so it wasn't late.

See, it goes like this: [Interview] -> [Words] -> [Similar words in Article] -> [Article Hypothesizing on meaning of previous Article] -> [Article Ranting, basing opinions on previous Article being fact] -> [People]

People get the third tier chewed up opinionated stuff.
Just to point out it is called the HD 2900XT not the x2900xt. They dropped the x.
    
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I wonder how the 2600pro and 2600xt will do against the 8600gt and 8600gts.
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