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AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series might be out this November

08/16/2010, AMD’s Radeon HD 5000 Series of graphics cards might have been in the market for nearly a year already, delivering great bang for your buck with competitive performance even with NVIDIA’s doing their best, but that doesn’t mean AMD is...

MSI Twin Frozr II graphics cards

06/24/2010, MSI has just released a couple more graphics cards for avid gamers, and we’re talking about the N470GTX and N465GTX Twin Frozr II which will be based on MSI’s unique Twin Frozr II thermal design. The latter also has a variant known as the...

Nintendo 3DS GPU Revealed

06/21/2010, Digital Media Professionals has announced via a press release that it was the provider of the graphics processor (GPU) that powers the Nintendo 3DS. The Pica200 chip supports the OpenGL 1.1 API, which is getting a little old, but that did not prevent...

More details on NVIDIA GTX 465 with whispers of GTX 460

05/20/2010, NVIDIA aims to come up tops with the next generation of video cards, where we do know that the GTX 465 will be based on the Fermi architecture, offering a 607MHz graphics and 1,215MHz processor clock speeds, a 256-bit memory interface, a 3.2GHz effective...

Adobe Releases Flash For Mac Beta With GPU Acceleration

04/29/2010, Adobe has just released Gala, the first version of Flash for the Mac that supports GPU-based hardware acceleration, taking advantage of OS X 10.6.3’s hardware video decoding API, pushing the task of decoding H.264 videos to the graphics chipset...

Internet Explorer 9, GPU-accelerated (video demo)

03/31/2010, NVIDIA has posted a video of Internet Explorer 9 which is built to fully support graphics processors (GPUs). Obviously, the NVIDIA shows that life is indeed better with a GPU (here it’s an Ion Netbook, versus a non-Ion netbook. Ion is NVIDIA’s...

AMD ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition graphics card unveiled

03/31/2010, AMD has released its ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition graphics card that is capable of offering stunning performance thanks to its 2GB of GDDR5 memory alongside rendering capability in excess of 1 billion pixels per second (!) in current generation...

NVIDIA Ion, The Next-Generation

03/01/2010, NVIDIA has just made its next-generation Ion graphics processors official. You might have heard that Ion-Next was slower than the first generation Ion… well this is wrong. In fact, there are two versions of Ion, a 16-core and an 8-core versions....

NVIDIA Optimus achieves goal of seamless GPU transition

02/09/2010, After the NVIDIA Optimus teaser was posted in early January, there was some speculation about what it was, but we now have first-hand information: NVIDIA Optimus is an architecture for multi-GPU computers (typically integrated + discrete) that allows the...

AMD ATI Radeon HD5450 graphics card

02/04/2010, AMD outs its latest ATI Radeon HD5450 graphics card, being the most affordable DirectX 11 (and OpenGL 3.2) solution in the market as at press time, retailing for no more than $60 a pop. Despite that highly affordable price point, the ATI Radeon HD 5450...

ATI Radeon HD 5450 rumored to be out next month

01/18/2010, Word on the street has it that the latest ATI Radeon HD 5450 graphics card will hit the market some time in the middle of next month, where it will see off the current line of ATI HD 4650/4550/4350 graphics cards. This model is touted to offer a new...

Intel Larrabee 2.0 will come

12/07/2009, If you have an interest for high-end computer graphics, you might have heard that Intel’s upcoming Larrabee (nicknamed LRB) graphics processing unit (GPU) has been shelved as a product, but it is not certainly not dead as a project. The current...