Subject: Graphics Cards | September 6, 2006 - 11:51 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
nVIDIA's new card, the 7900GS comes out at the competitive price range of $200-$240, making SLI systems a little more affordable. Although it is only about $50 cheaper than some 7900GTs, that can add up when you are getting 2 cards. Start off at [H] with their review, but don't forget Ryan's at the top of the page.
Two New GPUs
NVIDIA is releasing a new mid-range GPU today dubbed the 7900 GS. This XFX model is slightly overclocked, and is easily the best card for around $200 we have ever seen!
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 5, 2006 - 12:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
You may remember Diamond Multimedia as the graphics company that sold you your first 3DFX product. The brand itself was purchased wholesale by a company called Best Data, who have produce many different products under the Diamond name. [H]ard|OCP reivews their Viper X1600 Pro 512MB, not the fastest ATI chipset, but at ~$129.99, it does pretty good.
Subject: Graphics Cards | August 31, 2006 - 03:38 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
While tooling around in ATI's newest driver, Beyond3D noticed something a little odd, the GPGPU. Take a visit and find out what they discovered.
"Using R580 and with unique device IDs of 724E and 724F, at least as far as the Linux driver is
concerned and confirmed on ATI's vendor ID page, these FireStream products appear to be distinct
boards with R580, but with a different purpose than 3D graphics acceleration."
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Subject: Graphics Cards | August 29, 2006 - 05:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The card that holds the title of best bang for you buck is on Pricegrabber. Don't limit yourself to just reading the reviews and looking at the benchmarks, get your own X1950 XTX for $485.69, and support your favourite tech site on the net at the same time.
If you need some extra money to get it, why not sell some of your older components at the Trading Post!
Subject: Graphics Cards | August 29, 2006 - 01:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new chip from ATI, the R580, and it's new flagship card, the X1950 XTX are up for review at Beyond3D. They focus on inprovements from the last ATI card, and do their best to max out this powerful card.
Subject: Graphics Cards | August 23, 2006 - 02:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
August 23, 2006
— GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., LTD. (GIGABYTE), a leading manufacturer of VGA
cards, today revealed the world's fastest 3D graphics card, the
Subject: Graphics Cards | August 23, 2006 - 11:54 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
After you've read Ryan's review of the new ATI cards, head on over to [H]ard|OCP where they compare the biggest baddest nVIDIA card, as well as the previous best from ATI, the 1900XTX to the new 1950XTX. Along the way, they discover this card is much easier to setup in Crossfire than others have been in the past.
Subject: Graphics Cards | August 23, 2006 - 11:11 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
MARKHAM, Canada — August 23, 2006 — Consumers can now get high-end
performance for gaming and digital entertainment without having to
sacrifice power for cost. ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX: ATY, NASDAQ:
ATYT), a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative 3D
graphics, today launched the RadeonÂ® X1900 XT 256 MB, Radeon X1650 Pro
and Radeon X1300 XT graphics cards, offering the quality and
performance of ATI's highest end cards for unmatched prices.
Subject: Graphics Cards | August 23, 2006 - 06:06 AM | Ryan Shrout
PC Perspective has just published its review of the new flagship graphics cards from ATI, the X1950 XTX and X1950 CrossFire Edition. Based on a slightly modified R580 GPU core with GDDR4 memory technology, the X1950 XTX has amazingly high memory bandwidth numbers to support the growing number of users with ultra-high resolution displays like the 30" Dell LCD we tested it on.
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