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DX10 Benchmark Fiasco

With the recently release of two DX10 demos onto the scene, both being pushed by one side of the graphics rivarly, what should you know about relations between AMD/NVIDIA and the developers that make the games you are spending your hard earned cash on?

2900XT 975X versus the P35

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 21, 2007 - 03:17 PM |
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AnandTech has taken advantage of the release of Intel's P35 to revisit the performance of AMD's 2900XT in Crossfire.   The old P965 had some serious issues with Crossfire when it first appeared, something that Intel has dodged with their release of the P35, as Crossfire does work.  Take a look at the benchmarks to see just how well they have managed to do this time.

Source: AnandTech

AMD's unquenchable fire

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 17, 2007 - 11:56 AM |
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NordicHardware, being who they are, couldn't resist a little fun with a 2900XT and some LN.  They have a screenshot of the core @ 1211MHz, and the memory @ 999MHz running a calculated 777 GFlops.  That was the best they managed because the card got too hot!  That's right, not even LN cooling can push this card to it's maximum frequency.  It will be interesting to see more OCing results with more traditional cooling methods, this card has a lot of overhead for those who can cool it.

DX10 mobility madness

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 15, 2007 - 11:56 AM |
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With the release of the HD2900XT yesterday' and the unveiling of the other members of the R600 series, one thing is missing.  No mobile GPUs were announced.  On the flip side, nVIDIA's 8M series offers DX10 on the laptop, and not just one type either.  There are 5 members of the family; the 8400M G, 8400M GS, 8400M GT, 8600M GS and the 8600M GT, as well as several Quadros integrated GPUs for the workplace.  Read on at AnandTech and see what nVIDIA has to offer.
 

Source: AnandTech

AMD/ATI's anxiously awaited launch

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 14, 2007 - 12:22 PM |
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With no less that 25 English reviews of the 2900XT, and the R600/2000 series in general, this launch is one of the most watched out for in a long time.  Start off with The Tech Report's review, which starts out with a look at the architecture used to bring this new generation of video cards to life.  Looking at the power consumption and noise, you see some rather impressively high figu

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Introduction and Architecture Overview

The AMD Radeon HD 2900 XT is the second DirectX 10 part to from AMD/ATI's graphics division though it is the first version to see light on the PC. Can the power hungry R600 core keep up with the aged and refined G80?

AMD Introduces the ATI Radeon HD 2000 Series

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 14, 2007 - 10:42 AM |
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Sunnyvale, Calif. -- May 14, 2007 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today introduced the ATI Radeon HD 2000 series, a top-to-bottom line of ten discrete graphics processors (GPUs) for both desktop and mobile platforms.

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PC Ecosystem Gears Up for the ATI RadeonT HD 2000 Series from AMD

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 14, 2007 - 10:40 AM |
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SUNNYVALE, Calif. - May 14, 2007 - The much anticipated ATI Radeon(tm) HD 2000 Series of graphics cards is garnering great support from the PC ecosystem, with 26 power supply vendors already signing up for certification of their products by AMD (NYSE: AMD), and more are expected to follow. They are partnering with AMD to launch the next generation of graphics processing units, which give gamers superior DirectX® 10 performance at every price point, as well as the ultimate HD experience.

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AMD Radeon HD 2900 XT

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 13, 2007 - 11:14 PM |
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In a few minutes you'll start to see reviews of the new AMD ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT graphics card, previously known as R600.  Mine won't be ready for some time due to some server down time that decided to happen in the middle of my testing and write up time. 


Stay tuned!


Mobility Madness

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 9, 2007 - 03:40 PM |
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There is a brand new set of mobile graphics chips that were unveiled today by nVIDIA.  Although the 8800 series doesn't have a mobile equivalent, the rest of the 8000's are represented so you can get DX10 goodness on your laptop.  Head over to HotHardware to get the lowdown on their specs and see how they perform.

Source: HotHardware