While some of you may be holding out for a 1GB Radeon HD 2900 XT
, those looking to spend a little less can get a bit of instant gratification. ATI
has just announced that the Radeon 2400 HD and 2600 HD
are now shipping to board customers, meaning that a few more DirectX 10 graphics cards will be hitting store shelves in the not too distant future. Both cards will also include the company's Unified Video Decoder (UVD), are based around a 65-nanometer chip, and will support HDMI and HDCP. Time to start scouring the neighborhood couches for spare change, eh?