CJ over at Beyond3D forums gave us an
update on the future DX10 mobile chips from ATi, in-line of what we have heard
from our source; 55nm and DX10.1. According to him, M76XT is high-end 65nm
CrossFire capable DX10 chip with UVD will be replaced by M88 in the first half
of 2008. M88 is made on the 55nm process, supports DX10.1 and PCIe v2. In the
midrange the M76, 65nm CF capable DX10 chip with UVD will be replaced by M86,
which is also made on 55nm and supports DX10.1 and PCIe v2. For the low-end
part, we will see M72/M74 chip being replaced by M82 which is also made on 55nm
and has Display Port support, DX10.1 support and PCIe v2.

CJ over at Beyond3D forums gave us an
update on the future DX10 mobile chips from ATi, in-line of what we have heard
from our source; 55nm and DX10.1. According to him, M76XT is high-end 65nm
CrossFire capable DX10 chip with UVD will be replaced by M88 in the first half
of 2008. M88 is made on the 55nm process, supports DX10.1 and PCIe v2. In the
midrange the M76, 65nm CF capable DX10 chip with UVD will be replaced by M86,
which is also made on 55nm and supports DX10.1 and PCIe v2. For the low-end
part, we will see M72/M74 chip being replaced by M82 which is also made on 55nm
and has Display Port support, DX10.1 support and PCIe v2.