The launch will be from April 23rd to April 24th in city of Tunis, capital of Tunisia and will span across two days, showing AMD's complete next-generation line-up of mobile and desktop GPUs.
AMD is simultaneously launching low-end, mainstream, and high-end desktop and mobile parts, making this a very first simultaneous, across-the-board launch for any GPU vendor.
When we write that AMD is launching everything, this means that the company is launching gaming, video and stream computing technologies: Radeons and FireStreams amd the Stream Processor line-up.
We are pretty sure that AMD will show R600 chips from the initial production batch - the 80nm one. The R600 is 80nm chip with the launch boards sportingm GDDR3 memory. Our sources continue to confirm to us that a later one - the "production" chip - is a die shrink.
Yes, we are talking about a 720M trannie chip manufactured on a 65nm process over at TSMC. When the 65nm chip will break cover remains to be seen. µ
Sign up for INQbot – a weekly roundup of the best from the INQ