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ATi R520 Launch On 26th July

Over at Computex, we heard faintly that the next generation ATi R520 GPU will be launched on July 26th, a month later than NVIDIA G70 slated for full scale release later this month. Many of the NVIDIA partners have already received the G70 samples and are working hard to deliver

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VIA C7-M Mobile Processor

VIA launched the VIA C7-M mobile processor at the VIA Technology Forum 2005, with compact notebooks exemplifying the ‘Simply Mobile’ lifestyle featured on the VIA booth at Computex 2005. The VIA C7-M processor is based on the advanced VIA CoolStream™ architecture of the ‘Esther’ core that minimizes power consumption within

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NVIDIA SLI Technology Selected By Premier Developers

The NVIDIA SLI technology wave of momentum continued today when top game and application developers announced they are using NVIDIA SLI technology as their primary development platform. Taking full advantage of the power of two graphics processing units (GPUs) within a single PC, developers are pushing the capabilities of today’s

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ATi Crossfire Details

We talked to Jay Marsden, the man behind Crossfire and he gave us some interesting insights on this new platform. The master card will be based on X800 and X850 series, produced by ATI itself and the slave cards will be the X800/850 cards out there in the market. The

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ATi Crossfire Platform Details

ATI will make all these cards itself as ATI wants full control over this manufacturing process. ATI will name these cards as X850XT Crossfire edition and XT non Platinum edition will cost $ 549. This card will work with X850XT Platinum edition, X850XT and X850PRO slave cards. The X800XL Crossfire

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NVIDIA GeForce 7800GTX Card?

NVIDIA is going to give some insights to their upcoming GeForce 7800GTX card based on the G70 architecture tomorrow at Computex. From what we have last heard so far, this card is a single slot solution and this picture fulfills the description so it is probably true. If you compare

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Matrox Millennium P650 LP PCIe 64 Card

Matrox announces the Millennium P650 LP PCIe 64 graphics card, the first low-profile Millennium P-Series product for PCI Express. The product features native PCI Express x16 support, 64 MB of graphics memory, and Matrox DualHead® for using two digital or analog monitors at a time. This announcement follows other recent

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FIC GFX Cards Based On XGI GPUs

FIC will introduce its own brand graphics chip of XGV364X, XGV8182X and XGV8256X embedded with XGIs line of Volari™ V8 and V3 graphics chips to the market. XGV364X utilizes XGIs Volari V3 graphics chips with 64 MB of memory; it targets the cost-effective entry-level VGA market. XGV364X supports the latest

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All Leadtek Cards To Be Made By Foxconn

Leadtek will migrate all of its graphics cards manufacturing to Foxconn this year, up from 40% last year. The graphics-card maker aims to ship more than three million units in 2005, up about 50% from last year. Last year, Leadtek managed to lower its costs by outsourcing more of its

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ASUS First To Use AGEIA Physx PPU

At E3, AGEIA today announced that ASUS Computer will be AGEIA's first PhysX board partner. Details of the agreement will be announced at a later date, but the two companies have agreed in principle that ASUS will develop and market PPU boards with the AGEIA PhysX processor, the world's first

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Sapphire Turns To Liquid Metal Cooling

Sapphire is releasing its next generation of graphic card coolers based on liquid metal which is even more efficient than water cooling. The liquid metal will flow through the copper pipes circled with electromagnetic phenomenon to cool down the card. Some early testing showed that prototype cooled Radeon X850XT PE

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ATi Demo R520 at E3

ATI is running working R520 silicon behind closed doors at their booth here at E3. The R520 was running in an Intel PCIe system at ATI's booth. The system was used to demonstrate Remedy's upcoming title called Alan Wake. Alan Wake is designed for the next-generation consoles (e.g. Xbox 360

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More ATi Multi-VPU Info

ATI Multi VPU might be branded as Crossfire and will use a master-slave concept where all available cards on the market based on X800 and X850 chips could be your slave cards and an additional master card will be needed. The master card will be a little bit different from

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More ATOP Bridge Card Details

Here are some more information on the recently announced "ATOP"(AGP-To-PCIe) bridge card that will allow a user to use their existing AGP-8x VGA card on a PCI Express motherboard. This ATOP card is compatible with MX4000, FX5200, FX5700, FX5700LE, GeForce 6800, GeForce 6200 AGP. It will be initially bundled with

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ATi Xaveon R520 Series Info

ATi's R520 GPU will named as Xaveon and it will come in 4 versions : XT, Pro, Standard and HD. Xaveon will support the AMR technology also known as Multi-VPU technology. Two Xaveon cores in the AMR mode will gain 60%?`90% performance improvement over a single card and 2.5 times

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