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ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4000 Series Preview

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4000 Series Preview

One of the ways AMD is able to test and qualify ATI Mobility Radeon GPUs, without having to design and build numerous mobile reference cards that fit in multiple notebook form factors, is to produce fully-loaded, custom reference cards that'll fit into standard PCI Express x16 slots. The cards won't be used in any actual retail product, but they allow AMD to test all of the various features and functionality, and experiment with clock speeds and voltages to fine tune and balance performance, thermal output, and power consumption.  You can check them out at the link below...

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4000 Series Preview
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While this is cool, I really really really want mainboard manufactures to start making laptops with pluggable graphics boards supported. I mean even though theyll probably have to start with 17inch in order to get them working ... if were really trying to transition away from desktops with the exception of server level stuff, I think its going to be a necessity.

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dizowned:

While this is cool, I really really really want mainboard manufactures to start making laptops with pluggable graphics boards supported. I mean even though theyll probably have to start with 17inch in order to get them working ... if were really trying to transition away from desktops with the exception of server level stuff, I think its going to be a necessity.

Diddo!

 

Any work on the 4800 mobility?

 

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maybe the slim/watercooled HP VooDoo machine will get an upgrade from its dual Nvidia 9800GTX's?

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