There is a DX11 gaming system lurking deep in Computex but we managed to hunt it down as usual. We can’t provide you a close up right now but judging from the looks of it, the card is about 8.5″ long, dual slot and requires a 6-pin power. This card probably belongs to the mainstream segment (RV840), part of the AMD’s DX11 Evergreen family. Read more….

There is a DX11 gaming system lurking deep in Computex but we managed to hunt it down as usual. We can’t provide you a close up right now but judging from the looks of it, the card is about 8.5″ long, dual slot and requires a 6-pin power. This card probably belongs to the mainstream segment (RV840), part of the AMD’s DX11 Evergreen family. The silicon is at A10 revision right now and we can expect another spin before it enters mass production. Targeted launch of the first DX11 part is in September before the Windows 7 hits the market on October 22nd. Some benchmarks later…