Virescent Networks has written a preview of the upcoming ATI Radeon 8500 XT. Of course, the Radeon 8500 XT has not been officially released. Instead, these are performance projections based on information that is out there. There is also some talk about a Radeon "8800."
Previous reports suggested that ATI would release a Radeon "8800" with a core running as fast as 350MHz, along with memory running at 700MHz to 750MHz.This should not be taken as official confirmation, but DarkCrow (Korean site) claims to have a picture of this Radeon 8800 along with other products that ATI is rumored to showcase at CeBIT. Think ATI has enough to compete with the NVIDIA juggernaut?
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