AMD Set to Launch ATI HD 4600, Its Answer to NVDIA GeForce 9500 Series, September 10

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FusilliJerry82

I'd much rather have a 9600gt/8800gt/9800gt equivalent than a 9500 equivalent.  ATI seems to be neglecting the upper midrange, same as with the 3xxx series.

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FOX72

The ports in the picture on GPU Café are Display Ports, not HDMI (as reported) right?  I'd actually like to get one with HDMI for a HTPC I'm working on. 

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Marcus_Soperus

I've updated the article with the correct description and given you a hat tip. Thanks for reading!

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It's amazing how illogical a business built on binary logic can be.

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Strongbad536

These things will be great for the HTPC im working on.  Good work ATI!  Keep it up with 5000 series!

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praetor_alpha

Do I see "physics acceleration" in there? I know that someone hacked CUDA for an ATI card, but since when did ATI officially endorse and release it?

If any ATI hardware physics thing was released, there wasn't any noise about it.

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StormEffect

ATI has contracted with HAVOK to include physics on the GPU. Ironically HAVOK is owned by Intel.

Kind of annoying how this is working out, physics acceleration on ATI is HAVOK, Nvidia is PhysX. HAVOK is more popular, but it would be nice of both companies could support both. They'd have to get over the rivalry and competition first, and that will never happen. 

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