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[HH] AMD Resurrects the ATI All-In-Wonder

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Back as far as August 2006, news had broke that AMD planned to discontinue the ATI All-In-Wonder series of graphics cards. If you're unfamiliar with them, All-In-Wonders combined a standard GPU with extensive VIVO and TV-Tuning functionality on a single board.

For most of their lifespan, All-In-Wonders were "the" all in one (pardon the pun) cards to own. But once Windows Vista hit, they lost much of their luster due to incompatibilities with Vista's media center software and the tuning / capture devices on the cards. And after AMD stopped making them, the All-In-Wonder just sort of faded into oblivion.




Say Hello To The ATI All-In-Wonder HD



It turns out that AMD wasn't quite ready to completely kill off the All-In-Wonder though. We have learned that AMD is planning to release an updated model complete with HD support, that will be available for pre-order at Best Buy very soon. The aptly named ATI All-In-Wonder HD essentially combines the functionality of a standalone TV Wonder 650 with a Radeon HD 3650 GPU. Cards will sport a hardware MPEG-2 encoder, native HDMI connections along with DVI outputs, composite video inputs and outputs, component outputs, and support OTA HD, Clear QAM digital cable TB tuning (some of the connectors are on a separate daughterboard that connects via a small ribbon cable). Of course, all of the features inherent to the Radeon HD 3650 GPU will be exposed as well, as will the features of the ATI Theater 650 chip. We should also note that unlike previous AIW cards, this new version will be fully compatible with Windows Vista.

The GPU clock on the card is reportedly 725MHz and it will be coupled to 600MHz RAM, which should make the ATI All-In-Wonder HD a bit faster than a reference Radeon HD 3650. And cards will include the ATI Avivo Video Converter as part of the Catalyst Media Center software, in addition to the AMD Live Explorer.
http://www.hothardware.com/News/AMD_...I_AllInWonder/
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God, O' God; they could have atleast changed that dinky name "All in wonder".
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Damn, too bad you can't crossfire it with other cards, that'd be freakin' awesome!
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Now if only I didn't have an NVIDIA card... now the question is which of the ports are out?
The article mentions some, but I really don't see how it could have that many outputs and inputs based on the picture.
I'm guessing everything is in except one S-Video port, HDMI and DVI.
Edited by Coma - 6/25/08 at 11:07pm
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neat!
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Well that's cool.. I've had my All-In-Wonder X800 for a few years now...
may be my next upgrade...

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Damn, too bad you can't crossfire it with other cards, that'd be freakin' awesome!
Yea it's kinda stupid you can't crossfire considering that the original HD 3650 was CrossFire capable. It must be something to do with the tuner..
Edited by PaRaDoX_883 - 6/25/08 at 11:12pm
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what is an all in wonder?
    
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looks sweet
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Originally Posted by PaRaDoX_883 View Post
Well that's cool.. I've had my All-In-Wonder X800 for a few years now...
may be my next upgrade...



Yea it's kinda stupid you can't crossfire considering that the original HD 3650 was CrossFire capable. It must be something to do with the tuner..
Why do you need to increase performance on a TV Tuner? Not like you're gonna encode at a higher FPS than you're recording...

Enlighten me...I can be stupid.

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I'll wait for it to accept HD in first, but nice to see the line continuing on.
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