One would think that AMD's sub-$200 graphics line-up is quite diverse currently, but as the latest talk around Taiwan has it, a new card is planned for an April release. The Radeon HD 3830 is a low-mid-range card powered by the 55nm RV670 chip, with 320 Stream Processors and yet to be determined clocks. The main difference between the 3830 and the 3850/70 is the memory interface, the latter having 256-bit while the upcoming release boasting just a 128-bit interface.
Also equipped with 256MB of GDDR3 memory, the Radeon HD 3830 strongly resembles the limited edition Radeon HD 3690 but as it seems, that the chip on the 3830 will be 'locked' so as to not be used on a card with a 256-bit interface. Expected as soon as mid-April, the Radeon HD 3830 will have a price tag that hovers between $119 and $129