DFI has now confirmed that ATI’s chipset RD600 will be used with the new Core architecture, something many questioned after that AMD decided to purchase ATI. Intel will of course do everything it can to make life hard for AMD, as always, and the first step was of course to not renew the contract with ATI regarding chipsets for its budget platforms. DFI has now confirmed that RD600 will be released for Intel’s Conroe to TechReport and at the same time released some nice pictures of its coming LANPARTY nForce 590 SLI, which is suppose to arrive at the end of next month, August, while the RD600 board will arrive the month after that.


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