The last revision of the prototype chip – upon which a certain “pre-review” is based – also suffers from problems which are serious enough to get another re-spin. This re-spin puts a hold on the launch for another couple of weeks, and now R600 is looking like an early March launch, probably the week before CeBIT in Hannover. However, AMD/ATI is making severe changes to the whole line up and we can say that this launch, when it happens, will be very, very shocking for the 3D industry. Engineer teams are working around the clock to make this launch as good as possible.

The last revision of the prototype chip – upon which a certain “pre-review” is based – also suffers from problems which are serious enough to get another re-spin. This re-spin puts a hold on the launch for another couple of weeks, and now R600 is looking like an early March launch, probably the week before CeBIT in Hannover. However, AMD/ATI is making severe changes to the whole line up and we can say that this launch, when it happens, will be very, very shocking for the 3D industry. Engineer teams are working around the clock to make this launch as good as possible.