Subject: Graphics Cards | June 22, 2005 - 09:34 AM | Ryan Shrout
After you have perused my GeForce 7800 GTX Review you can head on out and check out some other site's take on this new GPU release. More as they come in...
Subject: Graphics Cards | June 22, 2005 - 09:30 AM | Ryan Shrout
You can read the entire release at NVIDIA.com.
NVIDIA REDEFINES HIGH-END PC GRAPHICS WITH NEW-GENERATION GEFORCE 7800 GTX GPU Redesigned Architecture Delivers Stunning Image Quality and More than Twice the Pure Graphics Performance of its Previous Generation's Top GPU
SAN FRANCISCO, CAâ€”JUNE 22, 2005â€”NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processing, today unveiled the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX graphics processing unit (GPU), the new flagship of the NVIDIA GeForce GPU line-up.
The GeForce 7800 GTX
NVIDIA is ready with their next generation graphics chip, the G70 and we have the scoop on whether or not you'll want to spend your hard earned money on this GPU.
Subject: Graphics Cards | June 16, 2005 - 10:52 AM | Ryan Shrout
I missed this one yesterday, but our friends at Tech Report have posted a review of the X800 XT All-in-Wonder card that offers a healthy does of gaming performance along with great video input and output capability.
ATI used digital tuners back in the days of the Radeon 8500DV, but switched to analog tuners from Philips for more recent All-in-Wonders. For the AIW X800 XT, ATI has returned to silicon-based digital tuners, which supposedly offer higher quality and quicker tuning.
Subject: Graphics Cards | June 16, 2005 - 10:45 AM | Ryan Shrout
NVIDIA has just cut their budget GPU prices according to Digitimes today perhaps an indication of their upcoming new GPU launch this month. Hopefully we'll see the same kind of price reductions on the 6800 series of cards soon too.
Nvidia recently lowered the price of its GeForce 6200 with TurboCache by US$15, according to sources at Taiwan graphics-card makers.
Subject: Graphics Cards | June 14, 2005 - 07:56 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you think you might be in the San Francisco area a week from now, you'll definitely want to take a loot at this post. NVIDIA is holding a BYOC and contest in downtown, with some great prizes!
GeForce LAN 2.0
June 21, San Francisco, CA
Join NVIDIA and hundreds of gamers at the second GeForce LAN in San Francisco! Register today for the BYOC, or as a spectator - all members of the BYOC receive a FREE retail copy of EA's Battlefield 2 - on the spot! NVIDIA will host a BF2 tournament, a UT2004 Ca
Subject: Graphics Cards | June 6, 2005 - 03:39 PM | Ryan Shrout
Today ATI announced the release of the X800 XT Mobility GPU for notebooks. I was briefed on this technology but am expecting a notebook sample to review soon so will hold off any paper release notes and wait for the product to reach the lab.
MARKHAM, Ontario, Jun 06, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ATI Technologies Inc.
ATI's CrossFire Announced
ATI has just announced their CrossFire multi-GPU technology. Can it stand up to the tidal wave of SLI support? While today is just a technology announcement, we'll have to wait until late June to see some parts.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 24, 2005 - 10:09 AM | Chuck Smith
PC Perspective takes a look at the upcoming release of the AGEIA PhysX physics processor add-in card. With claims of revolutionizing the way games are played, AGEIA has set a high bar they need to reach. In this preview we look at the hardware specifications as they are known today as well as what kind of work AGEIA has gone through thus far to get their software implemented in game engines.