We have told you before that RV610 is on 65nm process and has 64-bit memory
interface. RV610 will have at least 2 SKUs; RV610PRO and RV610LE. We heard there
could be RV610XT and RV610HM at a later stage. The launch is slated for May
together with other R6xx series.

RV610PRO uses a 6 layers PCB with a TDP of 35W. It has 256MB GDDR3 memory
clocked at 700MHz. RV610PRO support Crossfire and hardware H.264 decode. RV610LE
on the other hand uses a 4 layers PCB with TDP at 25W. It has 128MB GDDR2 memory
clocked at 400MHz and sports HyperMemory Technology.

Also, we have gotten hold of an early performance test of the RV610LE running on
965 board with Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor. At 1024×768 resolution, 3DMark05
scores stood at 20xx and at 1280×1024 resolution, 3DMark06 scores stood at 12xx.
The performance suffers largely due to its 64-bit memory interface and also
drivers aren’t optimized yet. We will provide you a glimpse of R600, G84 and G86
performance in our upcoming articles.

We have told you before that RV610 is on 65nm process and has 64-bit memory
interface. RV610 will have at least 2 SKUs; RV610PRO and RV610LE. We heard there
could be RV610XT and RV610HM at a later stage. The launch is slated for May
together with other R6xx series.

RV610PRO uses a 6 layers PCB with a TDP of 35W. It has 256MB GDDR3 memory
clocked at 700MHz. RV610PRO support Crossfire and hardware H.264 decode. RV610LE
on the other hand uses a 4 layers PCB with TDP at 25W. It has 128MB GDDR2 memory
clocked at 400MHz and sports HyperMemory Technology.

Also, we have gotten hold of an early performance test of the RV610LE running on
965 board with Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor. At 1024×768 resolution, 3DMark05
scores stood at 20xx and at 1280×1024 resolution, 3DMark06 scores stood at 12xx.
The performance suffers largely due to its 64-bit memory interface and also
drivers aren’t optimized yet. We will provide you a glimpse of R600, G84 and G86
performance in our upcoming articles.