Bjorn van Bjorn's 3D World heeft wat info over de Rendtion V4k:
I guess this is a good place to share some general thoughts of mine (it's the middle of the night here so I might wander off a bit sleepwalking ..). I've come to terms with that there almost 100% won't be a new board from Rendition until Q2-99. Ok, Rendition has stepped out of the race for now. A decision has been made at Micron and it might be good or bad - that's hard to decide right now. If the V3k really was as good as the specs showed I definitley would have liked to see it out now going head to head against the ATI128 - a chip that seems to have much of what the RRedline was promising. Alas - this is not to be. While I might have doubts that they will be able to make a good comeback there is no doubt in my mind that Micron/Rendition is beeing serious about entering the race again with the V4k. They are hiring a lot of new engineers, they are opening up new design centers, they do have a solid plan for the V4k. Everything so far indicates that the long term plan might be quite sound. I'm also not doubting that they can get back into the race. If the V4k turns out to be a killer chipset it will be talked about on the net as well as in magazines. The 3D arena no longer belongs only to 3dfx. My biggest fear though is that they can't get OEM's to use the new chipset. That will be a major hurdle.
All in all I'm quite positive to what we might see next year. I hope Rendition can get their act together now though and use this "free time" to fix the website, set up some .plan files, fix V2k drivers and so on.