Yet another graphics card maker has fallen prey to the trend of prematurely releasing information about unannounced graphics cards. This time, the guilty party is Diamond, and the products to get an untimely unveiling are none other than AMD's upcoming Radeon HD 3850 and Radeon HD 3870 graphics cards—also known as the RV670 lineup
Diamond has since taken the information down from its site, but the guys at TechConnect Magazine were quick enough to grab screenshots of the company's product pages for the two cards.
Update: Diamond informs us that this information is not yet complete, and TechConnect has removed the information from its site. We're awaiting final specifications, which we should all find out when the product launches later this month.
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