ATI preps low-power Radeon HD 4550
The change would also let card makers produce either a smaller or quieter board depending on the model. A card with 256MB of memory will require a small fan but take up just over half the width of a normal card; a 512MB version will occupy normal width but rely entirely on a heatsink to passively cool the chipset and render the card entirely silent.
Every version would run at a 600MHz main core speed and with 800MHz actual (1.6GHz effective) video memory and at least one DVI jack. The 512MB card would afford extra room for DisplayPort and HDMI outputs, while the 256MB edition would fit smaller, analog S-video and VGA connectors.
Pricing would be set at an altime new low, $39 for a 256MB card and climbing up to $59 for the most expensive 512MB models.
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