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The SIGGRAPH conferences continue to be a place of learning for me, and the 2011 conference was no exception. On the last day of the conference, I managed to squeeze in a meeting with Imagination Technologies to learn about their PowerVR graphics chip, and what’s new with them. For those unfamiliar with these GPUs, this will make a perfect introduction to them
A couple weeks ago I spent a large amount of time with the nice people from NVIDIA at their SIGGRAPH booth. They were kind enough to indulge me in answering a couple of questions about their Tesla technology and a bit about what they have in store for the future. Tesla is essentially a high-end workstation GPU with all of its video ports and drawing responsibilities stripped off of it.
A new month means a new driver release from AMD, which today happens to be Catalyst 11.8.
AMD has revealed two new graphics cards aimed at the professional market: the FirePro V7800P and V9800P . While these names sound familiar, it’s the ‘P’ tacked on the end that makes a big difference: both of these models are passively cooled while maintaining the exact same hardware and speeds of their actively cooled counterparts. The V7800P is a single slot card with a maximum power draw of 138W. It requires 10 CFM of airflow, supplied by the chassis cooling system.
Laptops are great for portable systems, but there are some drawbacks—they aren’t the most upgradable things around, and gaming-class models tend to be on the expensive side. So what’s a gamer to do? Build a portable system around a MicroATX motherboard, that’s what. Of course this also relies on a case smaller than the standard ATX mid-tower. This is where cases like the Thermaltake Armor A30 come in.
SAPPHIRE has long produced premium AMD Radeon GPUs. As such, they are known as one of the upper tier video card vendors for those seeking high-end performance and overclockability. The fact that Radeon HD GPUs continue to provide stellar performance numbers means that SAPPHIRE is comfortably riding high right now—as long as AMD continues to innovate in the GPU field, SAPPHIRE will be there to carry them along to the masses with premium perks such as custom cooling solutions and lots of bundled extras
Yesterday we visited with NVIDIA at E3 2011 and got demos of three titles running on NVIDIA hardware as well as a sneak peek at a DirectX 11 version of Crysis 2. We demoed Alice: Madness Returns, Duke Nukem Forever, and Dungeon Siege III. All three titles were running on Acer 3D displays and had active shutter 3D glasses attached
NVIDIA recently released a video demo of the real-time lighting capability in their upcoming quad-core Tegra that has four CPU cores and 12 GPU cores in a package small enough to fit into a phone. You can read a bit more about Kal-El on the NVIDIA blog.
There are probably not too many people who would not like to have a GeForce 7900 SLI setup, or a CrossFire X1900XT system. If you’ve got the cash, go live the dream brother! Most of us do not have an unlimited money supply though, and ATI and Nvidia know this. The bulk of their products [...]
HP nVidia Quadro4 980 XGL (AGP 8x, 128MB) Manufacturer: HP Part Number:AA623A General Device Type Graphics adapter Enclosure Type Plug-in card Interface Type AGP 8x Processor / Memory Graphics Processor / Vendor NVIDIA Quadro4 980 XGL RAMDAC Clock Speed 350 MHz Video Memory Installed 128 MB / 128 MB (max) Technology DDR SDRAM Memory Clock [...]