We have revealed some details about
RV610 and RV630
earlier and now HKEPC has confirmed our news story and
revealed some more

juicy info
on RV630. It is based on 65nm process, supports 2nd gen. Unified
Shader, DX10, SM 4.0, 128-bit memory interface, Dual HDCP engine.

There are 3
variants; GDDR4, GDDR3 and GDDR2 codenamed Kohinoor, Orloff and Sefadu
respectively. Konhinoor and Orlooff supports native Crossfire and PCI Express
2.0 but requires 2×3 power connector. Sefadu doesn’t support native Crossfire
and requires no power connector.

RV630 has UVD (Universal Video Decoder) onboard that enhances the current
AVIVO technology where Bitstream Processing / Entropy Decode is done by GPU
instead of CPU. RV630 is targeted to perform better than Radeon X1900GT. RV630
will be displayed at CeBIT but performance will not be revealed. There will be
card samples based on A13 silicon in March with mass production slated for mid
April and launch in May.

We have revealed some details about
RV610 and RV630
earlier and now HKEPC has confirmed our news story and
revealed some more

juicy info
on RV630. It is based on 65nm process, supports 2nd gen. Unified
Shader, DX10, SM 4.0, 128-bit memory interface, Dual HDCP engine.

There are 3
variants; GDDR4, GDDR3 and GDDR2 codenamed Kohinoor, Orloff and Sefadu
respectively. Konhinoor and Orlooff supports native Crossfire and PCI Express
2.0 but requires 2×3 power connector. Sefadu doesn’t support native Crossfire
and requires no power connector.

RV630 has UVD (Universal Video Decoder) onboard that enhances the current
AVIVO technology where Bitstream Processing / Entropy Decode is done by GPU
instead of CPU. RV630 is targeted to perform better than Radeon X1900GT. RV630
will be displayed at CeBIT but performance will not be revealed. There will be
card samples based on A13 silicon in March with mass production slated for mid
April and launch in May.