AMD preps PCI Express 2.0 'RV630' GPU for May?

May will see the arrival of AMD's 'RV630' graphics chip, it has been claimed, and the company has prepared three reference card designs for the part - two of which will support PCI Express 2.0, though only the PCIe 1.1 board may make it to market for launch.

According to claims made by Chinese-language site HKEPC, the RV630 will be fabbed at 65nm, support DirectX 10's Shader Model 4.0 specification and thus be based on a unified shader architecture. So HKEPC's Taiwanese graphics card maker sources say, though none of these features are any great surprise.

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News source: the Reg

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