As well, the RV610 and R630 have been announced and will be available in April. They will be scaled or slowed down versions of the main R600 cards, but will still be DX10 cards. The R630 is planned to be sold for under $100, which could really help push AMD/ATI sales in low cost Vista machines.
VR_Zone has some information on the R600 and the 610/630 as well.
“There are two possibilities. The first is that each card supports 512MB of memory only and that you can Crossfire up to four cards. The second is that the card has four different memory devices and can address up to 2GB of memory. We still don’t know the answer but will tell you when we do.”
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- Asus EN8800GTX @ HotHardware
- PCI-E x1 Graphics Performance with Galaxy GeForce 7300GT @ TweakTown
- Elder Brother, Younger Brother: ASUS EN7950GT and ASUS EN7900GS Top Graphics Cards @ X-bit Labs
- XFX GeForce 8800 GTX XXX Edition: the world’s fastest graphics card @ HEXUS
- Foxconn 7950 GT OC 512MB Video Card @ TheTechLounge
- Cooler Master CoolViva Pro (VGA Cooler) @ Hardware Zone
- Sapphire Radeon X1950 GT 256MB @ Hardware Zone