ATI posted a loss of $ 104 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2005 one
day after the company announced a new discrete graphics card family for desktop
computers. Revenues for the fourth quarter were $ 470 million, down $ 60 million
sequentially. Several US etailers told TG Daily that they expect the cards to
become available with 3 to 15 days.

"We are entering fiscal 2006 with new products and an intense focus on
operational and financial performance," said David Orton, ATI’s Chief Executive
Officer. "We’ve delivered top-to-bottom technology and performance leadership
with the 90 nm Radeon X1000 series. We are aggressively implementing concrete
programs in the areas of delivery performance, product cost improvements and
operational efficiencies. Our new products and operational programs position us
well for the future."

ATI posted a loss of $ 104 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2005 one
day after the company announced a new discrete graphics card family for desktop
computers. Revenues for the fourth quarter were $ 470 million, down $ 60 million
sequentially. Several US etailers told TG Daily that they expect the cards to
become available with 3 to 15 days.

"We are entering fiscal 2006 with new products and an intense focus on
operational and financial performance," said David Orton, ATI’s Chief Executive
Officer. "We’ve delivered top-to-bottom technology and performance leadership
with the 90 nm Radeon X1000 series. We are aggressively implementing concrete
programs in the areas of delivery performance, product cost improvements and
operational efficiencies. Our new products and operational programs position us
well for the future."