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ATi Radeon X1300CE Built On 80nm Process

ATi will be coming out with even cheaper and lower end version of the R5xx series codenamed RV505 (TSMC) and RV506 (UMC). They will be built on a more advanced 80nm process technology instead of 90nm as initially thought. RV505/506 core will be similar to Radeon X1300LE/Pro with 120M transistors and 4 pixel pipes/2 vertex shader units and will be officially known as Radeon X1300CE. RV505/506 core clock speed of 300-350MHz will be lower than RV515 to maintain good yield rate and is meant to replace the current Radeon X550 series. Also RV505/506 supports Hyper-Memory too and will replace the current Radeon X300 Hyper-Memory.

ATi will be coming out with even cheaper and lower end version of the R5xx series codenamed RV505 (TSMC) and RV506 (UMC). They will be built on a more advanced 80nm process technology instead of 90nm as initially thought. RV505/506 core will be similar to Radeon X1300LE/Pro with 120M transistors and 4 pixel pipes/2 vertex shader units and will be officially known as Radeon X1300CE. RV505/506 core clock speed of 300-350MHz will be lower than RV515 to maintain good yield rate and is meant to replace the current Radeon X550 series. Also RV505/506 supports Hyper-Memory too and will replace the current Radeon X300 Hyper-Memory.

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