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R680 To Score 20K In 3DMark06


Fudzilla
reported that AMD plans to introduce a dual chip card called Radeon
HD 2950X2X and it will have two RV670 chips on a single PCB. They called this dual GPU solution R670. On the other hand, we are still hearing R680 from our sources but both
of us could be referring to the same thing. We even heard faintly that R680
could be AMD’s ambitious plan to integrate two RV670 into a single die, if not on the same package.

VR-Zone has got hold of a presentation slide recently that gave some clues
that R680 is a dual GPU (RV670 slide shows only one GPU pic). Our good buddy, CJ
told us R680 is indeed a dual RV670 solution and is 1.5X faster than a Radeon HD 2900
XT in Crossfire. Another source told us that R680 could reach 20K in
3DMark06 or rather the target AMD is trying to achieve.


Fudzilla
reported that AMD plans to introduce a dual chip card called Radeon
HD 2950X2X and it will have two RV670 chips on a single PCB. They called this dual GPU solution R670. On the other hand, we are still hearing R680 from our sources but both
of us could be referring to the same thing. We even heard faintly that R680
could be AMD’s ambitious plan to integrate two RV670 into a single die, if not on the same package.

VR-Zone has got hold of a presentation slide recently that gave some clues
that R680 is a dual GPU (RV670 slide shows only one GPU pic). Our good buddy, CJ
told us R680 is indeed a dual RV670 solution and is 1.5X faster than a Radeon HD 2900
XT in Crossfire. Another source told us that R680 could reach 20K in
3DMark06 or rather the target AMD is trying to achieve.

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