INQ has reported about 4 SKUs of R600 codenamed Dragonshead, Dragonshead 2,
Catseye and UFO and confirm that R600 has 512-bit memory controller. 
Dragonshead is a full-length 12.4-inch card with 1024MB memory for OEMs. The
second card is Dragonshead 2 with the same clock as the R600XTX OEM but 9.5″
long and for retail. The third card is codenamed Catseye and is clocked 10 to 15
percent slower than the R600XTX and comes with 512MB of GDDR3 memory. The fourth
R600 based card is codenamed UFO and clocked slower than R600XL. It comes with
512 MB of GDDR3 memory and has dual DVI and TV out but no Vivo. It is nine
inches long and has dual slot cooler. It consumes 180W and has a single 2×3
power connector. It is scheduled for production in April.

INQ has reported about 4 SKUs of R600 codenamed Dragonshead, Dragonshead 2,
Catseye and UFO and confirm that R600 has 512-bit memory controller. 
Dragonshead is a full-length 12.4-inch card with 1024MB memory for OEMs. The
second card is Dragonshead 2 with the same clock as the R600XTX OEM but 9.5″
long and for retail. The third card is codenamed Catseye and is clocked 10 to 15
percent slower than the R600XTX and comes with 512MB of GDDR3 memory. The fourth
R600 based card is codenamed UFO and clocked slower than R600XL. It comes with
512 MB of GDDR3 memory and has dual DVI and TV out but no Vivo. It is nine
inches long and has dual slot cooler. It consumes 180W and has a single 2×3
power connector. It is scheduled for production in April.