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Club 3D HD5550 Noiseless Edition drops

Posted in AMD,ATI by Shane McGlaun on April 23rd, 2010

I have a high-end ATI video card in my work PC that I sometimes play video games on. The fan on the video card is very loud and some days it drives me crazy. I have been considering a passively cooled video card for a while now.

Club 3D has unveiled a new passively cooled video card called the ATI Radeon HD5550 Noiseless Edition. The card uses a massive heat sink and dual heat pipes for cooling. The video card has 512MB of GDDR3 RAM clocked at 800MHz.

ATI HD 5970 images leaked

Posted in AMD,ATI by Shane McGlaun on November 2nd, 2009

atihd5970-sgATI and NVIDIA are duking it out and over the last year with the economy in the toilet, most of the cards the pair has introduced have been lower priced mid-range cards rather than high-end parts. Those high-end parts often cost upwards of $500 or more each. Today images of a new high-end video card from ATI have leaked online.

The new card is called the ATI HD 5790 and it sports dual GPUs on one PCB. The specifications for the card are unknown. Performance data was reportedly available but AMD forced the information to be taken down, and surprisingly allowed the photos to remain.

Photos and specs of ATI Radeon HD 5750 and HD 5770 tip up

Posted in ATI by Shane McGlaun on October 8th, 2009

ati5750ATI is really taking it to NVIDIA of late with video cards that offer lots of performance at a good price. NVIDIA is finding that it has more of a challenge in the market than it used to. Today photos and specifications for the HD 5750 and HD 5770 video cards turned up.

Both of the cards are set to launch on October 13 and sport an abundance of connectivity including DVI, HDMI, and display port. You can bet that those options will vary depending on the card partner though. The HD 5750 will have 720 stream processors and a core clocked at 700MHz. The card will also be offered with either 512MB or 1GB of RAM running 1.15GHz. The 512MB version will sell for $109 with the 1GB going for $129.

AMD unveils ATI Radeon HD 4770 video card

Posted in ATI by Shane McGlaun on April 28th, 2009

atihd4770-sbATI has debuted a new video card called the HD 4770 that is aimed at the low-end gaming market, something very welcome in the current poor economy. The card carries an MSRP of $99 and supports DirectX10.1 games like Battleforge, HAWX, STALKER Clear Sky, and Stormrise.

The HD 4770 uses GDDR5 RAM and is built on the 40nm process. AMD claims that the low cost video card sets new levels of performance-per-dollar and performance-per-watt. The card supports CrossFireX for higher performance with dual HD 4770 cards.

ATI announces Radeon HD 4830 graphics card

Posted in ATI by Shane McGlaun on October 23rd, 2008

ATI Radeon HD 4830ATI is doing better recently with competing with NVIDIA’s video card offerings. ATI’s performance gains have forced NVIDIA to drop prices to compete, which is a good thing for gamers. Today ATI announced its latest video card aimed at games on a budget.

The ATI Radeon HD 4830 was introduced today with a MSRP of under $150. The card is DirectX 10.1 compatible as well. Support for ATI’s Unified Video Decoder (UVD 2.0) is built-in for decoding HD video content and the card supports 7.1-surround sound.

ATI Radeon HD 4550 and HD 4350 introduced

Posted in ATI by Shane McGlaun on September 30th, 2008

ATI HD 4550In the world of consumer, video cards there are only two options when it comes to discrete video cards — NVIDIA and ATI. NVIDIA is the market leader in discrete video cards, but ATI is working hard to take that market share away.

ATI’s latest attempt at grabbing the gamer’s dollars is the ATI Radeon HD 4550 and HD 4350 video cards. ATI says the cards are based on the award winning 4800 series cards. The HD 4550 will retail starting from $55 and promises to play games that were unplayable at this price range before. The card features 512MB of RAM.

ATI shows off HD 3870 Mac & PC Edition

Posted in ATI by Shane McGlaun on June 13th, 2008

ATI HD 3870 Mac & PC EditionWindows computer users take for granted for the most part that you can upgrade your video card with ease. That is assuming you didn’t buy a factory built system that uses a small case or proprietary video card design. Mac users on the other hand are traditionally mostly limited to the video card that ships in their Mac system.

AMD announced a new ATI Radeon HD3870 video card that is optimized for use on the Mac, but retains its PC compatibility as well. The card is called the ATI Radeon HD 3870 for Mac & PC Edition. The card has a 256-bit memory interface and has 512MB of GDDR4 and 320 stream processors.

ATI Radeon x1950 Uber Edition

Posted in ATI,Video Cards by Chris Weber on January 23rd, 2007

ati radeon uber edition with suitcaseA true computer enthusiasts will spare no expense in the quest for the most powerful or unique parts on the market. The ATI Radeon X1950 Uber Edition certainly fits the unique description. The appropriately named “Uber Edition” includes one Radeon X1950XTX, one Radeon X1950 Crossfire edition, a mouse pad, a sticker, VIP customer care card and most importantly a serialized certificate of authenticity. The certificate is signed by Dave Orton. Yes, you finally have the chance to get your hands on a certificate signed by THE Dave Orton, former CEO of ATI, before it was purchased by AMD.

Most impressive of all is that the entire package comes in a “spy-style” briefcase. Yes a real, imitation spy-style briefcase. You get to keep the briefcase!

This has to be one of the most ridiculous video card …

ASUS A8Jr Notebook with ATI Mobility X2300

Posted in ASUS,ATI,Notebooks by Chris Weber on January 22nd, 2007

asus A8Jr Notebook with ATI mobility X2300ASUS has announced its new line of notebooks, the ASUS A8Jr. The new line is notable for the inclusion of ATI’s Mobility Radeon X2300. The X2300 is one of the first mobile video cards to have DirectX 10 support.

According to ASUS:

“There is an ever-increasing demand for higher graphic processing power and crisper graphics for entertainment and applications alike,” says David Cummings, director of marketing, Graphics Products Group, AMD. “Our answer to that demand is the X2300 GPU. This GPU utilizes patented technology to increase processing power and provide the user with smooth, realistic hi-resolution graphics.”

The ASUS A8Jr will at least be able to power Windows Vista even with the full Aero glass interface enabled.

Specs:
- Intel® Centrino® Duo Mobile Technology
- Intel® Core™2 Duo Processors T7600/T7400/ T7200/T5600/T5500
- Mobile Intel® 945PM Express Chipset
- Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network …

New ATI Graphics Card has Champagne Features at Beer Prices

Posted in ATI,Video Cards by Paul Patterson on October 18th, 2006

ATI X1950 Pro

Those gamers looking for high-end features in a mid-priced video card have a new option in the new ATI Radeon X1950 Pro graphics card.
ATI’s fastest multi-GPU platform
The Radeon X1950 Pro is the first graphics card to make use of new native CrossFire technology, thereby simplifying the multi-GPU experience by eliminating the need for a branded CrossFire Edition card.

CrossFire is a graphics technology developed by ATI to compete with NVIDIA’s dual-video-card SLI technology. The CrossFire system allows two ATI video cards run in a parallel pipeline to help improve gaming performance, which is similar to how NVIDIA’s SLI works. ATI claims that their CrossFire solution will work with any 3D games or applications.

The Radeon X1950 Pro is also ready to support the Premium Windows Aero User Experience on Windows Vista. Windows Aero is the name for the new graphical user interface in Windows Vista and …