Next to the photo of the Cayman XT one posts down ChipHell now also posted one of the first photos of Caicos, an entry-level Radeon based graphics card that will reportedly be released as the AMD Radeon HD 6300 series.
This engineering sample is a passively cooled low-profile card with a relatively small heatsink. We know that the card will have a 64-bit memory bus, 1GB DDR3 memory and will be clocked at 800MHz on that memory and gets 650MHz core clockspeed. Again, click on the thumbnail.
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