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ATI Stream Update Gives Developers Clear Path to Deliver Next-Generation Experiences with AMD Fusion
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 3, 2010 - 12:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SUNNYVALE, Calif. — May 3, 2010 — AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced the availability of the ATI Stream Software Development Kit (SDK) v2.1, the latest update of its ATI Stream SDK supporting OpenCL industry standard-based programming on AMD GPUs and x86 CPUs. ATI Stream SDK helps developers accelerate application performance by leveraging the CPU and GPU resources in a given system.
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 29, 2010 - 01:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP brings you the solid numbers on what is need to power the newest of nVIDIA's cards, both singly and in multiples. Almost two dozen PSUs are recommended by the end as the power requirements of a single GTX480 might be high but seem almost reasonable compared to a tri-SLI setup. If you have a wallet thick enough to pick up these cads, you really should invest in a solid PSU at the same time. It is also a good guide to anyone building a rig with multiple
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 26, 2010 - 02:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AMD released a pair of workstation cards over the weekend, the FirePro V3800 and the FirePro V5800. The V5800 uses the same GPU as the HD5770 , a Juniper XT GPU, and it sports 1GB of GDDR5. That is enough power to drive a trio of displays via a pair of DisplayPort plugs and a single DVI out. The V3800 is a little less powerful, based off of the Redwood Pro GPU used in the HD5570 and will only support a pair of displays. Both performed well under Linux at Phoronix
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 26, 2010 - 12:00 AM | Ryan Shrout
With the excitement and news surrounding AMD's FirePro additions (including the V8800 and the V5800/V3800 today) another graphics card was released that might be more compelling to readers: the FirePro 2460 Multi-View. How could a half-height card with only 512MB of memory and an average power consumption of 13 watts get us excited?
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 24, 2010 - 11:38 AM | Steve Grever
Legit Reviews took the screenshot above before Ebay removed it from their website.
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 23, 2010 - 11:40 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The folks at CoolIT Systems seem to be onto something with their OMNI Advanced Liquid Cooler, a watercooling system similar to the Corsair H50. It is a completely self contained waterblock, fan, radiator and pump which is billed to fit any single graphics card; the normal OMNI uses a 120mm fan and they will release one for dual card systems with a 240mm fan that might end up living outside of your case. It is designed to be universal, so as you upgrade your graphics card you should be able to continue to use your OMNI ALC.
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 21, 2010 - 03:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ATI Catalyst™ 10.4a Preview features:
The ATI Catalyst 10.4a Preview provides resolution for the following issue:
- Long load times for new maps in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 when using a Windows 7 / Windows Vista based system with an:
- ATI Radeon HD 5xxx series graphics card
- ATI Radeon HD 4xxx series graphics card
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 20, 2010 - 05:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ASUS EAH5830 DirectCUis a very large example of an HD5830 thanks to a large and efficient cooler designed by ASUS. Not only does it give the card a rather distinctive look it cools a little more quietly. [H]ard|OCP's testing has shown that the cooler may not be that much more effective than the stock cooler but it only created concern during a very stressful benchmark, during gaming the card staye
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 15, 2010 - 05:46 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Are we talking about as loud as the screaming classic Delta 80mm's? Perhaps louder than a FX5800 Ultra or maybe an industrial vacuum cleaner? The Tech Report thinks that maybe the noise produced by the GTX480 is not as bad as some would make it out to be. As it turns out a single FX 5800 Ultra was nearly 9 dB louder than a GTX 480 and the 2GB model of the HD5870 is 1dB louder. Perhaps not as bad as all that after all.
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 12, 2010 - 11:16 AM | Ryan Shrout
It will be a busy day and week for those of us in the broadcasting business as the 2010 National Association of Broadcasters event takes place in Las Vegas. We expect quite a few interesting announcements, the first of which is coming from Adobe as we speak. If you have been listening to our podcast or have been paying attention to our news, you have likely heard of the Adobe Mercury Playback Engine that was coming in the next iteration
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 10, 2010 - 11:45 AM | Ryan Shrout
While sitting at the ASUS OC Summit we came across a very interesting little graphics cards. Actually, it's not so little.
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 8, 2010 - 01:52 AM | Ryan Shrout
We finally got our video review of the AMD Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6
Edition graphics card up and ready for you to view. I apologize for
the delay here but we had some major issues with our editing software,
etc etc. I think you'll find the wait was well worth it!
Subject: Graphics Cards | April 1, 2010 - 01:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The PowerColor HD 5750 Green sports a very large passive heatsink, a very, very large heatsink. They took advantage of the extra height this card requires by stacking the second HDMI connector above the first as opposed to the side. The space cleared by that move is taken up by an HDMI port and a Display port, and the power saved by the passive cooling solution means no PCIe power plugs, of either 4 pin or 6 pin, is needed. No performance was sacrificed in the making of this card and
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 28, 2010 - 09:54 PM | Ryan Shrout
I know, I know, we've been posting a lot of news and information about the recently released GeForce GTX 480 - but what else are we going to talk about over the weekend where my Alma Mater is left a tattered version of itself thanks to West Virginia? Anyway...
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 28, 2010 - 07:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
At some time during the week of April 12, 2010, Fermi will actually arrive. Until then you have to live vicariously through hardware reviews, but there is more than a few of them around the interwebs.
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 27, 2010 - 05:45 PM | Ryan Shrout
Some of you will claim that getting benchmark numbers from a company that sells NVIDIA products (as well as AMD products) isn't the best idea; to each their own but we happen to know this "Morley" fella from MAINGEAR pretty well and I think his results are reliable. Either way, the data he is providing in his most recently blog post is interesting to evaluate. Morley took a set of three GeForce GTX 480s, the very same reference cards t
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 27, 2010 - 12:17 PM | Ryan Shrout
-- The eagerly anticipated ASUS ENGTX400 series powered by NVIDIA’s ground breaking GF100 GPU offers gamers’ unparalleled 3D realism along with incredible CUDA Compute performance. --
Fremont, CA (March 26th, 2010) - Long awaited by gamers, overclockers and demanding enthusiasts, the latest generation GF100 graphics processor from NVIDIA is finally here.
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 27, 2010 - 12:11 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you are anybody in the world of graphics card, you are busy pimping your iteration of the GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470 from NVIDIA. As NVIDIA partners, there really hasn't been much to be excited about for quite a while - AMD has really been dominating the world of enthusiast graphics since September 2009. Galaxy announced their GF100 options yesterday as well!
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 27, 2010 - 10:49 AM | Ryan Shrout
You know, in truth, I have rarely been a fan of water cooled graphics cards. They are much more complex to install and tend to force you to stick with one GPU for longer than you might otherwise. Just not my style - I'm an upgrade and run kind of enthusiast.
Subject: Graphics Cards | March 24, 2010 - 05:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 TOXIC sports 2GB of RAM, twice as much as a normal model. That GDDR5 runs at 5GHz effective and the core is clocked to 925MHz, both higher than the reference card. The card is not quite as big as the DH 5970 but it does require more power and takes the six-and-eight-pin
PCIe power connectors familiar to fans of the highest end of GPUs. HEXUS' testing shows that the single GPU cannot beat the dual HD 5970 in most cases and in games that do not benefit from a la