Thousands of Radeon 3800 Cards Found to be Faulty

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Another graphics card company having some problems with faulty cards. Nvidia recently had some issues with many of its GPUs and now AMD is having some troubles as well. In this case there are thousands of Radeon 3800 cards affected by this issue (around 15,000 to be little more exact). This isn’t nearly as huge […]

Photos of the Upcoming Radeon HD 4670

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Not a whole lot to say about it, but it is definitely something to drool over while you wait to spend some cash on it. The Radeon HD 4670 is clocked at 750MHz core and 2GHz GDDR3 memory. The card will be able to get a P35xx under 3DMark Vantage, compare that to P32xx for […]

AMD Radeon 4850 Details Show Up on Amazon

AMD, ATI, Graphics Cards 1 Comment » accidentally put the AMD Radeon 4850 graphics card on sale earlier then it was supposed to and because of that we now have some more information on the specs for the card. The Radeon 4850 will be priced at around $200. Amazon’s technical specifications: “ASIC: RV7000, 512MB Memory, GDDR3 Memory Configuration, 256-bit Memory Interface, […]

AMD/ATI Launches Some New GPUs

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The Radeon HD 3400 series includes the HD 3450 and the HD 3470, they both have a core clock of 800MHz and have 40 stream processors. The HD 3450 will have 256MB of DDR2 500MHz memory and the HD 3470 will have 256MB of GDDR3 950MHz memory both of them with 64-bit memory interfaces. The […]

AMD Officially Announces ATI Radeon 3800 Series

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I’ve talked about the 3800 series before but it is now officially out. AMD is launching the product with 10 partners for a total of 24 different available cards. I mentioned earlier (here) that ATI has two different 3800 cards ready, the HD3850 and the HD3870. The cards will be available immediately and the 3850 […]

ATI Radeon HD 3800 Presentation Leaked

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MadBoxPC got their hands on what seems to be a marketing presentation for the ATI Radeon HD3800. The presentation confirms information that has only been rumored until now. The price is set at $150 for the 3850 and $250 for 3870. Both of the graphics cards are DirectX 10.1 compatible, DirectX 10.1 will be shipping […]

ATI Radeon HD3850 and HD3870 Cards Are Quiet As a Mouse

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The Radeon HD3850 will be coming to market soon and will feature a single-slot cooling setup that only outputs 31 dBA. The cooler on this card is much quieter than the 8600GTS and 8800GT video cards from Nvidia. ATI will also be debuting the HD3870 which will have a dual-slot cooling setup that outputs 34dBA. […]

HIS Releases 2900 Pro

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HIS Apperently jumped the gun a little bit on the release of the 2900 Pro which hasn’t been announced yet by ATI, although it was leaked in the latest graphics card driver. You can see the HIS product page for the 2900 Pro here. This card is very similar to the 2900 XT, using the […]

AMD Leaks New Graphics Card Models

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It’s always funny when a company leaks its own products before they come out. In this case the release notes of the most recent graphics card drivers list these cards as being supported: Radeon HD 2900 Pro Radeon HD 2350 Series Radeon HD 2600 X2 Series Well, these cards aren’t out yet. theInquirer says this […]

ATI vs. Nvidia Midrange Graphics Card Comparison

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[H] Enthusiast has a comparison of the ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT 256 MB GDDR4 and the XFX GeForce 8600 GT XXX 256 MB GDDR3. These two cards are very similarly priced however the ATI offering is becoming harder and harder to find. They went through many many testing methods using various games and benchmarks […]

ATI 2400 Pro vs. 8400GS in 3DMark06

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I don’t have full benchmark numbers by any means but Boot Daily has got a hold of some 3DMark06 benchmarks showing that the 2400 Pro is far behind the 8400GS at a very similar price point. ATI is not having a good time when it comes to performance against Nvidia’s offerings. I just hope they […]

RD790 Brings Quadfire

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AMD’s new RD790 chipsets will bring some cool features but one really interesting one according to the Inquirer is the use of 4 graphics cards in a crossfire-like set up. They will have to be X1k and X2k series cards however. The motherboards will sport 4 full length PCIe slots running 4 of them at […]

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