Folding@Home NVIDIA GPU Client Confirmed

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 22, 2008 - 06:00 PM |
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Who is the culprit here?

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 22, 2008 - 03:05 PM |
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t-break stuck three 9800GTXs in two different systems, an Intel system with a QX9770 CPU on an ASUS Striker II Extreme with OCZ DDR3-1600MHz memory, and a Phenom system with an X4 9850 on an MSI 780 chipset based board with Corsair DDR2-1066MHz memory.  Although both systems use nVIDIA chipsets, the AMD processor is clocked 800MHz slower and the RAM is slower as well.  Read on to see just how much that will affect your gaming.

Source: t-break

Catalyst 8.5 is now available

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 21, 2008 - 03:52 PM |
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Performance improvements

Source: AMD

AMD Will use GDDR5 Memory on Next-Generation ATI Radeon Graphics

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 21, 2008 - 09:38 AM |
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AMD took the time today to announced that it was going to be using GDDR5 memory technology on its upcoming R700 "next-generation ATI Radeon graphics card products."  Not much else is detailed in the press release other than they are working with multiple vendors and that it will be faster than GDDR4.  Duh.

One interesting quote is this:

Quiet, we're trying to game here

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 20, 2008 - 01:50 PM |
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The passively cooled ASUS EN9600GT Silent offers a way to get good performance at the $150 range, without the noise of it's actively cooled relation.  [H]ard|OCP considers this card a great value, considering you are getting the performance of an 8800GT for less.  Don't expect lower temps or a great overclock from this ca
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Manufacturer: AMD
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PC Gaming Needs a Savior

AMD launched the GAME! initiative this week as an attempt to show how AMD-branded hardware can set a standard for the PC gaming platform and bring better PC gaming to the mainstream, non-enthusiast community that might not know about different hardware components. But can an AMD-created standard live up to those goals?

AMD's new mid-range monster

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 16, 2008 - 04:41 PM |
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Ryan has just finished his review of the ASUS Radeon HD 3850 X2 1GB, a nicely powerful new midrange card.  The extra memory won't help you at lower resolutions, but the bump in performance from a single HD 3870 is very welcome.  If only the price can fall in line with this cards competitor, the 9800 GTX.

Possible RV770 and GT200 Details show up...again

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 15, 2008 - 12:34 PM |
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While it's hard to really put faith in information when the provider openly admits their LAST article on these GPUs was dead wrong, why not just report it to you anyway?!?  This article over at TGDaily details what they think are the specifications and launch periods for AMD's upcoming RV770 parts, commonly referred to as the Radeon 4800-series. 

Source: TG Daily
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Manufacturer: Asus
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ASUS Brings X2 to the HD 3850

ASUS is the first to produce a dual-GPU card based on the HD 3850 from AMD that finally gives AMD an option in the $300-350 price range. Can it live up to the competition of the 9800 GTX and how does it compare to the HD 3870 X2?

nVIDIA Releases GeForce 175.16

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 13, 2008 - 05:28 PM |
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  • WHQL Certified for Windows XP
  • Supports GeForce FX, 6, 7, 8, and 9 series GPUs including these newly released GPUs:
    •  GeForce 9800 GX2
    •  GeForce 9800 GTX
    •  GeForce 9600 GT
    •  GeForce 9600 GSO
    •  GeForce 8300
    •  GeForce 8200/ nForce 730a
    •  GeForce 8100/NVIDIA nForce 720a
  • Supports single GPU and NVIDIA SLI™ technology* on DirectX 9 and OpenGL.
  • Adds new PureVideo HD features for GeForce 9800 GX2, 980
Source: NVIDIA