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.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 24, 2005 - 10:02 AM | Ryan Shrout
I got a few video card reviews in my mail box this morning, and here they are in no particular order:
- Digit Life looks at the MSI based X800 XL PCI Express graphics card
- The guys at HotHardware are reviewing the Asus X800 XL card, also in PCI Express form
- As if it isn't enough X800 XL to go around, HardCoreWare has a look-see at the Gigabyte X8
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 24, 2005 - 09:56 AM | Ryan Shrout
If for some reason you are interested in comparing the performance of integrated graphics solutions of ATI and Intel, now is your chance. Anandtech has the feature! ;)
These numbers serve to show that spending 50 to 75 USD on an add-in card can actually make the difference between a good gaming experience and a mediocre one.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 23, 2005 - 05:59 PM | Ryan Shrout
It looks like Microsoft has written a little article comparing the specs of the Xbox 360 against the Sony Playstation 3. Guess who came out on top? Take all this with a grain of salt...
We decided to put this Microsoft-provided information up undigested. Thus, enclosed is a Microsoft-made comparitive analysis. We have not altered, added, or tinkered with the data. We have not interpreted the specs. We have cut and pasted this information from the email into our site and formatted it.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 19, 2005 - 09:34 AM | Chuck Smith
Virtual Zone has a preview of a dual 6800 Ultra GPU card from ASUS. This thing is just monstrous!
ASUS is going to launch their new EN6800Ultra Dual card later this month at Computex that features two 6800Ultra GPUs on a single card.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 19, 2005 - 09:16 AM | Chuck Smith
Mike Dowler has put together a nine card Nvidia Geforce 6600/6600GT Roundup at PCStats. This roundup tests both AGP and PCI Express versions of the 6600/6600GT cards.
The Geforce 6600/6600GT GPU, like its opposite the ATI X700/X700 PRO, offers considerably more for the money than the mainstream cards of previous generations did. PCstats is testing out nine Geforce 6600 and Geforce 6600 GT based videocards, in both AGP and PCI Express versions.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 17, 2005 - 07:00 PM | Ryan Shrout
A whole lot of press releases from Ageia, the pioneers of the PhysX physics processing unit, hit my inbox a bit ago.
First up, it looks like the Playstation 3 is going to have some Ageia Physics middleware to aid in development of games on the new console. Fans of City of Hereos and those looking forward to City of Villians will be interested to know that the Ageia NovodeX physics software is going to be used in the engine for the g