This card will be available by the end of the month we were told, just after the 21st, when Intel officially launch this platform.
I have to remind you that PCI Express can deliver 75W to the graphics cards and Radeon X800 should be up to those limits and should make this card possible.
Below is the picture, and please note that the yellow connector is a multimedia connector as confirmed a few weeks back by ATI's senior VP Rick Bergman itself.
ATI said that the 800XT PCI-E cards will end up with six-pin power connector and that X800PRO PCI-E will be power connector free. µ
Will revolutionise online shopping, apparently
A more affordable alternative to the Lumia 1520
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