Dr. Bott, a manufacturer and distributor of Mac peripherals, has certified the ATI Radeon 7000 and 8500 graphic cards for use with their DVIator product.
The DVIator for ADC is a device that connects Apple’s latest round of displays to any computer with a DVI video interface, including many Macs with third-party video cards. The Radeon 7000, which has double data rate memory, is designed to enhance 3D/2D performance. The even-more-powerful Radeon 8500 chip sports 60 million transistors packed onto a single chip, twice the count of the original Radeon.
Dr. Bott has teamed with ATI to offer two bundles with DVIator and a video card from ATI.
DVIator & Radeon 7000 Mac Edition Bundle, which retails for US$299;
DVIator & Radeon 8500 Mac Edition Bundle, which retails for $339.