Posts Tagged ‘ati’
-
LATEST ARTICLES
 

Guru3D Eyefinity6 review

Guru3D has a nine page review of the AMD Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 posted. As we described earlier, this card is no different than the regular AMD Radeon HD 5870 with the exception of its having 6 mini-DisplayPorts, and 2 GB of memory. Guru3D has posted several of its videos of the Eyefinity6 in action […]
ati-radeon-hd-5870-eyefinity-6

XFX Radeon 5970 Video Card w/ 4GB of Memory

LegitReviews is reporting that XFX has designed a limited number of Radeon HD 5970 graphics cards with 4GB of on-board memory. This is simply a Eyefinity6 version of the Radeon HD 5970. The production run of the cards is to be numbered in the hundreds, with a retail price of around $800. But there is […]

ati-radeon-hd-5870-eyefinity-6

Anandtech Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Review

Anandtech has a nine page review of the AMD Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 posted. This card sports 6 mini-DisplayPorts, and comes with two mini-DisplayPorts to DisplayPorts adapters. In addition, it has 2 passive mini-DisplayPorts to single-link DVI adapters and one passive mini-DisplayPorts to HDMI adapter. The GPU core runs at 850MHz core and the memory […]
amd-logo

Behind the scenes with the AMD Gaming Evolved team

AMD has updated their blog with a behind the scenes post on one of the key assets of having a couple GPU & CPU development company: their dedicated game development team that can assist developers in building code specifically designed and optimized for AMD CPU’s, ATI’s DirectX11-compliant GPU’s, and the ATI CrossFire multi-GPU technology. As […]

Guru3D posts Eyefinity6 Video

Guru3d has posted a video showing an Eyefinity6 setup in action. The take-away from this video, just like the last one we posted about, is that in a 3×2 configuration, the bezels get in the way. This is especially true in first person shooter games.
ati-logo

AMD Supports OpenGL 3.3 and OpenGL 4.0

AMD is reclaiming a bit of the OpenGL crowd with their latest beta drivers that bring OpenGL3.3 and OpenGL4.0 support to their newer hardware.  If you have a Radeon HD5400, HD5500, HD5600, or HD5700 then you can load up the new driver and begin playing with everything OpenGL4.0 has to offer (except double-precision support, which […]

ati-radeon-hd-5870-eyefinity-6

3X2 Eyefinity Gaming Experience

Previously [H]ard|OCP posted a video reviewing how easy it is to game with ATI’s eyefinity feature, assuming that you have the right hardware and LCD screens to do it. Now, [H]ard|OCP has posted a video review of the gaming performance of the ATI Radeon 5870 2GB graphics card. This card is running a 3×2 tiled […]

Eyefinity6 in action

Guru3d has been playing around with the new, and still unreleased, Eyefinity6 cards from AMD. Eyefinity6 graphics cards are slated to be released on March 29. Currently we are testing ATI’s Radeon 5870 Eyefinity6 – in CrossfireX actually. Early next week we’ll have a nice article ready for you where we’ll show you how to […]

internetexplorer

AMD, ATI, and IE9: A perfect match?

At last week’s MIX10 event, several people talked about NVidia driving IE9 with GPU acceleration, but ATI was there as well.  A new blog post from AMD reaffirms their own commitment to GPGPU, in particular the new IE9 features.  These two bullets in particular: # GPU acceleration enables improved screen response, higher quality text as […]
ati-logo

AMD’s ATI Catalyst 10.3a Driver Performance

[H]ard|OCP has posted a review of the performance of the Catalyst 10.3a drivers. Basically they show that there was some performance gains in all the games. Personally, I think that the driver release is an attempt to spoil the Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 and 470 launch. The rumor is that these two Nvidia cards perform […]