A pre-order listing for PowerColor's beefed up Radeon HD 7970 LCS Ed. graphics card has appeared on a UK website with an also beefed up price tag of £599.99.
While NVIDIA's upcoming GK104 / GeForce GTX 670 Ti may be the talk of the rumour mill, we have some details regarding NVIDIA's entry-level Kepler GPU – GK107, including a PCB diagram.
A report from Sweclockers claims that NVIDIA is finally set to release the first Kepler GPU in March. As expected, first in line will be GK104 – to be branded as GeForce GTX 670 Ti.
By now, it's clear that the very high end Nvidia Kepler parts aren't going to see the light until much later this year, while the GK104 definitely can't fight AMD GPUs for the performance crown. On top of that, Intel is eating away at the low end, where Sandy Bridge Xeons chip at profitable entry
NVIDIA is preparing yet another GTX 560 – this time a salvaged GF114 based graphics card to be branded GeForce GTX 560 SE.
According to Digitimes' sources among AIBs, AMD is set to release their next Southern Islands GPUs – Radeon HD 7870 and HD 7850 – in the first half of March. NVIDIA will respond to HD 7000 series with GTX 600 series, starting in April.
NVIDIA has reported results for financial results for Q4 FY 2012, and full FY 2012 ended Jan 29th 2012. Revenues for FY 2012 stood at $4 billion, with Q4 at $953 million.
Officially launched later today, the AMD Radeon 'Cape Verde' HD 7770 features stock 1GHz core clock speed, previously unheard of on entry level SKUs, along with the introduction of DirectX 11.1, PCIe 3.0 and the use of GDDR5 memory. Read more for our quick performance preview of this new game changer for the masses.
From the looks of it, Friday February 17, 2012 will be the first time NVIDIA demonstrates its upcoming Kepler GPU architecture in public.
Since the official launch of the Radeon 7970/7950 series last month, prices have dropped from their inflated levels and actual stock availability have improved (at least here in Singapore stores). With Nvidia's Kepler based cards not ready anytime soon (or else we'll have them in our pants already), AMD's 28nm Tahiti GPUs remains on the shopping lists
Purported final specifications for AMD's upcoming Radeon HD 7700 series have leaked online. Based on Cape Verde, these will be the cheapest 28nm GCN chips in the HD 7000 family, competing in the mainstream market.
German website 3D Center has compiled what are allegedly the tentative specifications for NVIDIA's upcoming GK104 GPU.
In a most unique marketing stunt, AMD is sending out special pills to internet websites. Yes, you read that right, pills. They are no ordinary pills, however, they reveal several details about the upcoming AMD GPU along with a viral website for the same pills.
The inaugural GIGABYTE Battlefield 3 Cup Asia Season 1 concluded last month, with asian gaming powerhouse emerging as champions after battling through the single elimination knockout stage which included teams from all over the region and Australia. A prize presentation ceremony was held at IBIS Hotel Bencoolen over the weekend for some of the winners…
AMD's FirePro family of graphics cards for the Professional/Workstation user has just seen a new addition today with the launch of the FirePro V3900 which replaces the V3800. AMD promises best-in-class workstation experiences at an entry level price point with this card – that being a US $119 MSRP at select online resellers.
At its much awaited Financial Analyst Day 2012, AMD has revealed a roadmap for 2012 and 2013 for Client and Graphics Roadmap covering APUs and GPUs over A, C, E & Z series and Radeon product lines.
The aptly named Targus USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Dual Video Adapter does exactly what the name suggests; it adds option to add up to two displays via a USB 3.0 adapter. It's based on DisplayLink's new DL-3900 chipset which allows for a pair of display to be driven over USB 3.0.
AMD's latest real-time tech demo has just been released for its DX 11-capable Radeon cards. Dubbed Leo, the demo apparently runs fairly well on higher end HD 6000 series cards, but for optimal smooth as glass performance a HD 7900 series card is said to be required.
With Radeon HD 7950 and HD 7970 now retailing, it is time to shift focus to the remaining HD 7000 family GPUs – Pitcairn, Cape Verde and New Zealand. Luckily, CPU-World has leaked a roadmap from AIB MSI, including prices and specifications.
Coming almost a month after the launch of the AMD Radeon 'Tahiti XT' HD 7970 and the 'Graphics Core Next' architecture, the Radeon 'Tahiti Pro' HD 7950 is essentially a stripped down version (87.5%, 1792 out of 2048 Stream Processors) of its more illustrious sibling . The extra lead time and lower TDP requirements has allowed the usual