“These chips won’t see the light of the day before late Q1 or Q2, we reckon, but we hear that all flavours of RV6X0 will end up having DirectX 10 support and will all support unified shaders.
Nvidia is also working hard on its G80 derivates for the mainstream and entry-level market but we can only guess that these will be called G83 and G84.”
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- ATI Radeon X1950XTX 512MB @ motherboards.org
- NVIDIA BIOS Editor (NiBiTor) v3.0a Released… @ MVKTech
- ATI Catalyst 6.9 Performance Analysis @ Tweaktown
- BFG Ageia Physics card @ Guru of 3D
- X1300 XT Review, and X1650Pro @ Neoseeker
Source: The Inquirer
That’s right, according to an article on The Inquirer, the upcoming RV6X0 family will be full DX 10 cards. If you listen closely you can hear the engineers chant Bum Shaka Laka.