The guys over at The Inq have a photo up of what they say is the upcoming ATI R600XTX graphics card. Supposedly the card pictured here is the OEM and system integrator version of the card. Looks like ATI is going the same route that NVIDIA did with the 7900 GX2, which became the 7950 GX2 on the consumer end.
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The R600 is said to have a full 1GB of GDDR4 memory that runs at 2000 MHz. There is no word on the core clock speed of the card at this time. The card is a gigantic beast measuring in at 12.4” long, but it is still a bit shorter than the 7900 GX2 NVIDIA peddled for a while to the likes of Dell and other manufacturers.The R600 will naturally be a DirectX10 compatible card and will use the new 2x4 pin PCI Express power connectors. When the card finally hits retail channels the length is rumored to drop to 9.5” making it fit into more consumer-aimed chassis. The R600XTX for OEM is set to launch in March according to rumors. Story and image via The Inquirer