ATI 69xx Series launches - Crocodile Dundee beware

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    For all those who wanted to stick a crocodile within a computer case, we have great news, ATI has you covered! Well OK, it's just a codename, but still, with a wee bit of imagination...

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    That's not a crocodile.

    THIS is a crocodile.
     
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    That's almost 6.8 million transistors per mm^2, versus something like 6.4 million for Cypress. How is that a density hit?
     
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    It is if you go by memory and mistake Cypress' TFlop throughput with its transistor count. Whoops! Thanks for pointing it out.
     
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    MSI HD 6990 @ CeBIT

    MSI has a Radeon HD 6990 sample at their CeBIT booth. Launch seems to be imminent. Here are some photos, enjoy. (if you enter the gallery, there are some more pictures from the MSI booth)
     
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