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ECS bundles Nvidia graphics, cooling system into package

Posted in Graphics Cards by Nino Marchetti on July 25th, 2008

ECS GeForce 9800 GTX+ Hydra Pack

Elitegroup Computer Systems unveiled a new high end Nvidia-based graphics gamer pack which  includes two graphics cards and a cooling system. It is called the ECS GeForce 9800 GTX+ Hydra Pack – no specific pricing was mentioned.

The ECS GeForce 9800 GTX+ Hydra Pack bundles together two Nvidia N9800GTX+-512MX-W graphics cards and the ECS Hydra Cooling System. This package supports Nvidia PhysX as well as Nvidia CUDA technology, while the included cooling system is said to deliver just under 20 percent better cooling efficiency compared to similar liquid cooling systems.

IoGear debuts external DVI video card

Posted in Graphics Cards by Nino Marchetti on April 21st, 2008

IoGear External DVI video card

IOGear pumps out products like there is no tomorrow. They also assign them really funky model names, luckily tying those to titles we can actually understand. This newest product should be pretty clear therefore – the USB 2.0 External DVI Video Card, or model GUC2020DW6 if keeping track, priced at around $150.

The mission of the GUC2020DW6 is simple – deliver DVI video output to an additional computer display to spread workflow out. This external card does this via USB connectivity by connecting the video adapter and installing an included driver.

Diamond Multimedia puts out new ATI GPU cards

Posted in Graphics Cards by Nino Marchetti on November 15th, 2007

Diamond Multimedia Viper ATI Radeon HD 3870Diamond Multimedia, a maker of PC graphics cards and other products, announced today PCI Express 2.0 graphics cards which host new AMD/ATI graphics CPUs. The Radeon HD3850 and HD3870 cards are priced at around $180 and $230 respectively.

The ATI Radeon HD3850 card is what is described as the single slot core model with 256MB of DDR3 memory and a clock speed of 668 MHz. The HD3870 is the dual slot version, with 512MB of DDR4 memory and a clock speed of 775 MHz. The HD3800 series, as this cards are known as, uses ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU technology “to simplify installation of up to four compatible cards.”