ATI have launched the X700 PCI Express graphics processor, to be used in thin-and-light notebooks. This PCI Express-based graphics processor will be offered as a mainstream solution, and comes with eight pixel pipelines, six vertex engines and support for 128-bit DDR, DDR2 and GDDR3 memory. It carries many features over from the X800, including the firm's LCD Enhancement Engine (LCD-EE), the power manager Powerplay 5.0 and Videoshader HD. It also features "HyperMemory" technology, where system memory resources can be utilized by the card instead of on-board-memory.
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