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ASUSTeK Computer today published some specifications of its forthcoming Powered by ATI graphics cards lineup. Readers even report about a special page on ASUS’ web-site that had gone by the time I saw it. Nevertheless, I still got from the readers that ASUS will soon launch RADEON 9800 PRO XT, RADEON 9600 PRO XT, RADEON 9600 SE and RADEON 9200 SE graphics cards.

Graphics cards based on ATI RADEON-series graphics processors will feature all innovations ASUS brings with its NVIDIA-based offerings and even more. Expect some cards to feature VIVO, while all the other to provide D-Sub and DVI-I outputs.

Sources among Taiwanese graphics cards makers assume that ASUSTeK will release its Powered by ATI graphics cards this October.

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