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ATI new line of mobile GPUs


Andreas.CY

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For those wondering what the heck happened to ATI, today you get your answer, as the company unveils a complete top-to-bottom lineup of DirectX 10 products. From $400 hardcore gamer cards down to the sub-$100 market, including a line of mobile GPUs for notebooks, ATI is coming out swinging with an impressive new graphics architecture.

This info was taken from ExtremeTech. Do we have any info Ice-Tea for the new ATI mobile GPUs and if so what kind of MXM will they be! :)

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Desktop GPU's are mega power hungry, with a worse Performance-per-Watt than equiv NV cards. These are eitehr going to be horribly scaled down, or very power hungry (hot) :)

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Desktop GPU's are mega power hungry, with a worse Performance-per-Watt than equiv NV cards. These are eitehr going to be horribly scaled down, or very power hungry (hot) :)

Yes indeed, but every single mobile GPU is scaled down from its counter desktop GPU, ATI has mainted 30-35 TDP in almost every mobile GPU from the 9600 - X1900 we ll just have to wait and see :)

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I realise they are all scaled, but say the X1900 M is 60% of it's desktop equiv... is the X2900 going to be 50%? 40%? Just to hit the right TDP.

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At the time of 6xxx launches, nvidia pledged they would launch Go and non=go GPU's at the same time. Now look at the time gap. I think it is fairly obvious. They don't scale to 40%, they just wait for the technology to catch up...

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