Theinquirer has gotten wind from various sources regarding ATI’s upcoming graphic chip solutions, the X1950 XTX and X1650 Pro.

The X1950 XTX running the R580+ core will still be slower than the doubled-up GX2 but we are sure that two X1950 XTXes will beat the single 7950 GX2. The cards will surface in late August and should be available from launch. We know that they will use GDDR 4 and that will end up seven percent faster from the current X1900 XTX cards, and will retial initially for 419 Euros and will soon drop to 399 Euros.

The X1650 will be released on the 23rd of July, utilising the RV535 Pro, 80nm core.

Theinquirer has gotten wind from various sources regarding ATI’s upcoming graphic chip solutions, the X1950 XTX and X1650 Pro.

The X1950 XTX running the R580+ core will still be slower than the doubled-up GX2 but we are sure that two X1950 XTXes will beat the single 7950 GX2. The cards will surface in late August and should be available from launch. We know that they will use GDDR 4 and that will end up seven percent faster from the current X1900 XTX cards, and will retial initially for 419 Euros and will soon drop to 399 Euros.

The X1650 will be released on the 23rd of July, utilising the RV535 Pro, 80nm core.