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Thread: Gigabyte AF64DG-H (ATi Radeon 9000)




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    Taipei, Taiwan, 17-July-2002

    Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. Today announces its AF64DG-H graphics
    accelerators, powered by ATi’s Radeon 9000 PRO graphics processors, and
    provides a high performance 64MB DDR SDRAM function to the mainstream
    graphics market.

    Featuring ATi’s the latest “TRUFORM" and “SMART SHEADER” technology, Gigabyte AF64DG-H graphics accelerators provides more powerful 3D performance for gaming. Shipping with 64MB double data rate(DDR) SDRAM onboard memory, AF64DG-H graphics accelerators provide an excellent performance of graphics accelerators, 3D quality for gaming and 3D applications.


    MAYA AF serial provides high-end performance to the mainstream graphics market at a competitive price point. MAYA AF serial features four parallel, highly optimized rendering pipelines usually available only for the high-end gaming cards that significantly enhance performance and game-play responsiveness by doubling the pixel fill rate compared to the standard 2-pipeline architectures found in most mid-range products.

    Gigabyte AF64DG-H is definitely trustworthy in terms of the most complete range of 3D gaming solutions and unparalleled cost-effective performance. For additional information, please contact:
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    looks very impressive.. can't wait to see some reviews / benchmarks...

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    Like the red PCB, looking foward to the review as well.

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