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Hot CeBIT 2003 Will Bring Us NVIDIA’s NV31, ATI’s R350, RV350 and SiS Xabre II!
Anton over at x-bit labs has reported some R350 news and how it'll be showing at Cebit over in Germany. Wish I could go!
ATI’s R350 graphics processor is based on the R300 architecture, but with certain optimisations that allow higher core-clock speed. According to unofficial information, the R350 VPU incorporates eight rendering pipelines with two texture units per pipeline. Graphics cards powered by the R350 VPU will be equipped with DDR-II memory with 256-bit bus. Actual products powered by the upcoming processor will appear in April 2003. What is very interesting to note is that according to some sources, the R350 chip, just as the RV350, will be made using 0.13 micron fabrication process! RV350 VPU is said to be the next-generation mainstream offering and will also based on the R300 architecture, but with lower manufacturing costs. RV350-based products will hit the stores this Spring. More information is available here and here.
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