ATI is working on new chipsets, as well. The RD550, ATI's Socket AM2 product, will allow dongle-less Crossfire for cheaper video card. On the Intel side, DailyTech claims that the RD600 will support DDR3 memory. ATI also has consumer RS600 and RS690 chipsets planned, which will apparently feature on-chip High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) as well as High Definition audio. The RS600 and RS690 should be able to output HD content, and shipping motherboards will apparently include HDMI connectors to this end. The RD550 is set to be introduced in March, with the RD600 and RS600 following in June.