ATI Chipsets Lineup For 2006

ATI is preparing the RD580 and RD580C for the high-end segment, with the chipsets supporting ATI Crossfire to compete against NVIDIA nForce 4 SLI series. Volume production is slated for the end of this year. For the OEM and SI markets, ATI will offer the RX485 and RS485 parts, which are upgrade versions of its current RX480 and RS482 solutions, with production also slated for the end of this year. The integrated RS485 will be based on Radeon X300 graphics chip. ATI will also release the RS690, which will be an upgrade version of the RS485, with more advanced performance in the graphics core. Volume production of the RS690 is scheduled for the second quarter of 2006.


ATI is preparing the RD580 and RD580C for the high-end segment, with the chipsets supporting ATI Crossfire to compete against NVIDIA nForce 4 SLI series. Volume production is slated for the end of this year. For the OEM and SI markets, ATI will offer the RX485 and RS485 parts, which are upgrade versions of its current RX480 and RS482 solutions, with production also slated for the end of this year. The integrated RS485 will be based on Radeon X300 graphics chip. ATI will also release the RS690, which will be an upgrade version of the RS485, with more advanced performance in the graphics core. Volume production of the RS690 is scheduled for the second quarter of 2006.

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