Subject: Graphics Cards | December 30, 2004 - 02:02 AM | Mark McKee
Those of you interested in laptop gaming might want to check out this review of ATI's Mobility X800. You can find the review over at Beyond3d.
"M28, fundamentally, is very similar to M18 as they are both derived from basically the same core parts. Where M18 is derived from ATI's R420 core,
M28 is derived from R423 - both of these cores are architecturally, and performance configuration wise, the same but R420 is built for AGP graphics
whilst R423 is built for PCI Express.
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 21, 2004 - 04:38 PM | Chris Wiles
|This is the Jetart JACSH1 Video Cooler and it looks like it performs as good as it looks, according to this review at Club Overclocker: "Just recently we reviewed the now infamous NV5 silencer.|
What is PureVideo
NVIDIA is ready to debut its new video technology in an attempt to usurp ATI's continual advantage in the field.
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 20, 2004 - 10:22 AM | Chris Wiles
|Not everyone needs or wants a top of the range graphics card and there are some good mid range alternatives on the market right now. One alternative to consider is one of the Radeon X700 series graphics cards, based on ATI's RV410 GPU. The X700 Pro is a smart looking little card, with a compact dual exhaust cooling solution.|
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 16, 2004 - 11:21 PM | Ryan Shrout
I just got this in an email from Gigabyte, and it looks damn cool. We are looking at a dual 6600GT card (that's right, one card) with 256 MB of DDR3 memory on a 256-bit memory bus, running at a memory clock of 600 MHz and a core clock of 500 MHz (each, I assume). I have included the 1 page PDF file as an image they sent out below.
What is still left to be determined is how exactly this is working! My first theory is presume that the card itself is splitting the PCIe bus into two buses, one going to each chip seperately and with a direct connection between
NV44 - 6200 w/ TurboCache
NVIDIA wants to bring the majority of their 6000-series features down below the $100 price range into the entry level market; but with a card with only a 32MB frame buffer?
ATI Respins its X800 Line
ATI has a new winter line-up that includes the X850 XT and the X800 XL -- you might be surprised by which one we like the most!
Introduction - What is SLI?
We take a look at NVIDIA's SLI technology and see what performance gains you get on a host of different games.
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 2, 2004 - 09:34 AM | Jonathan Hung
Some interesting news from NVIDIA and Intel today. Intel will be bundling GeForce 6600GT video cards with their PCI Express motherboards until December 31. The following products qualify:
- Intel Desktop Board D925XCV/BC family
- Intel Desktop Board D925XECV2/BV2 family
- Intel Desktop Board D915PBL/CY/CM family
Holiday upgrading just got a lot more interesting.
Subject: Graphics Cards | November 24, 2004 - 08:36 AM | Chris Wiles
Not so much a review of a specific card, but rather an in-depth discussion on the merics of SLI technology. A very well written first piece to complement your next graphics purchasing decision.