AMD is prepared to continue its rivalry with the GeForce GTX 550 Ti, as they have decided to launch a new video card on 5 April, named Radeon HD 6790. This, despite the fact that its launched in the HD 6700 series and is not made around the GPU Juniper.
AMD Radeon HD 6990 gets closer to an official release date. The video card based on two series graphics core Cayman, the same used by Radeon HD 6970, has faced similar problems related to maintaining acceptable levels of energy consumption, but the AMD relative is believed to have the advantage of using a less expensive graphics processors.
They just keep on improving, giving further boost to gamers’ gameplay experience. NVIDIA has announced its new consumer GPU based on the NVIDIA Fermi architecture, the GeForce GTX580 that is the world’s fastest DirectX 11 GPU. The GTX580 sports support for NVIDIA 3D Vision, 3D Vision Surround, HD PureVideo HD, PhysX, SLI and CUDA technologies as well OpenGL 4.1.
With the advent of high end gaming the graphic card industry has grown by leaps and bounds. Gamers are running towards faster and more killer graphics cards in order to attain desired seed. The market is hot and if anyone wants to take lead then that particular graphics card has to be marvelous. With the screen shot of AMD Radeon HD 6870 released around the internet one can easily confirm that AMD Radeon HD 6870 is ready to give a strong fight to its competitors.
There have been all sorts of external devices both for laptops and for desktop computers, starting from external hard drives to DVD burners. However, has there ever been an external graphics card? We thought that the idea of external graphic card had been canceled out but MSI is first to present us the first external graphic card for laptops.
Just launched recently are a range of brand new Sony VAIO ultraportable laptops and home entertainment PCs, by no means ultra affordable, and instead we would say on the high end close to luxury, the X Series carbon fiber bodied notebook is definitely worth a look.
The highly anticipated VAIO X Series is the world’s lightest notebook at just 655g, and measures 13.9mm thin making it breathtakingly slim. With an 11.1” X-black widescreen LCD and up to 16 hours of battery life, it is the perfectly balanced package for style-aware business travellers.
The all-in-one VAIO L Series with a high resolution 24” LCD touchscreen (never yet been seen on VAIO PCs) puts HD entertainment at your fingertips. The premium home entertainment PC has a chic, space-saving all-in-one design with intuitive fingertip control that allows you to enjoy your media collection with VAIO’s Media Gallery software.
It seems the economic downturn doesn’t affect geeks and gamers like you and me, at least from NVidia’s perspective. Take a look at this 1.5 GB monsterous QuadroFX 4800 Workstation Graphics Card which NVidia has just recently unveiled, complete with a GT200 graphics processor and a sticker price of $1,999. The board features a 602MHz GPU clock speed, 192 stream processors, an 800MHz GDDR3 clock speed, 384-bit memory controller and a PCI Express 2.0 x16 connector. Hit the link to HotHardware below and find out how the 4800 compares with its devilish brother: 5800, which costs as much as $3,499!