Anandtech has posted an article which outlines the current status of ATI's upcoming RD580 with motherboard vendors in Taiwan. With the launch of this chipset, ATI will have single-chip answer to NVIDIA's nForce4 SLI x16 chipset allowing its Crossfire technology ample bandwidth. With a launch pending in the near future, it appears as though ATI is pushing for a hard-launch with products available immediately.
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