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Performance boost of 30 per cent

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ATI is expected to announce an optimised version of its Rage 128 graphics chip at next week's WinHEC. The chips will have a 30 per cent improvement in both memory clock speed and engine, with the set-up engine doubled. The chips will also incude anisotropic filtering (what that? Ed) and have additional support for flat panel monitors. Anisotropic filtering reduces text distortions on angles to the viewing plane. ®

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