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  ATI Powers eMachines 64-bit Powerhouse
 
  Saying eMachines and Powerhouse in the same sentence feels strange ;-) However, if you want to test the waters of 64-bit computing (albeit it Linux until the 64-bit version of WinXP is released), then eMachines Athlon64-based T6000 may be the way to go. With today's announcement from ATI that their RADEON 9600 will be powering the graphics in the T6000, it appears to be an inexpensive, but solid workstation.

The RADEON 9600, based on the acclaimed RADEON 9800 architecture, brings high-quality, powerful graphics to performance mainstream users for less than $200 USD. The true cinematic quality visual effects are driven by the RADEON 9600's full-time, full-precision floating point architecture with four pixel pipes and dual vertex engines and offer full support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0 and OpenGL. The RADEON 9600 features 128MB/128-bit dual channel memory support and drives cinematic visual quality for games and other graphics-intensive applications.

The T6000 is designed to offer cinematic gaming experiences and accelerate digital photography applications such as Adobe Photoshop. It also provides a platform for cutting-edge 64-bit applications, promising new computing experiences that are planned for release as early as the first quarter of 2004.

eMachines T6000

 (photo courtesy of Best Buy)

In addition to featuring RADEON 9600 graphics, the eMachines T6000 also includes a the revolutionary AMD Althon 64 processor 3200+ with "HyperTransport", 512 MB 400MHz DDR, 160 GB 7200RPM 8MB cache hard drive, CD-RW and DVD drives, front panel 8 in 1 Media Reader and 7 USB 2.0 ports. The T6000 is available exclusively this quarter from Best Buy.

For more information about ATI's market-leading graphics, go to www.ati.com. For more information on eMachines products featuring ATI's RADEON graphics, go to www.emachines.com.

To purchase the affordable ($1300) T6000 from Best Buy, click here.

For a little background on eMachines, check out an article we did on them back in 2000. It's amazing in this cut-throat PC market, they have been able to survive.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, December 19, 2003, 6:36 am  

 
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