At CES yesterday, NVIDIA officially introduced the most extreme powered GPU configuration to date, offering support for the industry's first ever Quad SLI-certified PC. Quad SLI features four of NVIDIA's flagship GeForce® 7800 GTX GPUs with an NVIDIA nForce®4 SLI X16 motherboard. This revolutionary technology was introduced on the forthcoming Dell XPS 600 Renegade, as part of a keynote presentation by Michael Dell at CES in Las Vegas, NV. MMmmmm tasty!
Full details at the NV press room.
Today's demonstration of the new Dell XPS 600 Renegade with our Quad SLI technology takes gaming to new levels," said Dan Vivoli, executive vice president of marketing at NVIDIA. "The ability to run today's hottest titles in extreme HD resolutions with all the eye candy turned on is absolutely amazing. Strap yourself in, because you are in for the ride of your life."
In addition, NVIDIA announced that Dell will be shipping the award-winning NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX 512 in the Dell XPS 600 PC.
Launched at CES, NVIDIA have just announced the release of their mobile GeForce Go 7 Series of GPUs, ready for implementation by notebook partners. There are three different GPUs making the lineup, the GeForce Go 7800, 7600, and 7400.
For all the details, head over to the NV press room where the official announcement resides.
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW (CES)-LAS VEGAS, NV-JANUARY 05, 2006-NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) today introduced three new graphics processing units (GPUs)-the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800, GeForce Go 7600, and GeForce Go 7400 GPUs-bringing cutting-edge 3D, high-definition, home theatre-quality video and advanced power management to the notebook market.
ATI Graphics card partner "Sapphire" have just released a couple of CrossFire ready X1600 series graphics cards. The X1600Pro variant (left pic) is offered with a choice of memory configurations and is clocked slightly lower than its bigger brother, the X1600XT (right pic).
For further details, grab the official press release here folks.
Leading graphics supplier Sapphire Technology is now shipping its latest series of graphics accelerators based on an exciting new architecture delivering the most sophisticated yet affordable graphics processing solutions in the midrange market.
Based on a completely new architecture, the new X1600 series has been designed to deliver high efficiency, high performance in Shader Model 3.0 and enhanced image quality. The architecture also supports AvivoTM delivering vibrant high fidelity images and video playback to the latest High Definition (HD) video standards. This series is fully compatible with and ready for use in pairs in Crossfire dual graphics systems.
Popular graphics card cooling mob "Arctic Cooling" who are behind the unique high-end air cooling solution for ASUS's refined EAX1800XT TOP graphics card have just issued out an announcement which briefly describes the key aspects of their latest cooling solution for the flagship ATI card.
Unfortunately however it seems if you want one of these on your exisiting X1800XT you're out of luck as Arctic have made a deal with ASUS to only bundle the cooler with the EAX1800XT TOP card.
Switzerland, 09.12.2005: The Swiss cooler manufacturer ARCTIC COOLING launches a new cooler on ASUS EAX1800XT TOP graphic card. Vibrations generated by the running fan are absorbed by a patented vibration dampener. Thank to smart flow simulation and four heatpipes this cooler reaches low noise level and high cooling performance, which enables ASUS EAX1800XT TOP graphic card to be overclocked.
Launched by ATI today is their new X1600 series mobile GPU for notebooks. Unfortunately however, it is another typical paper launch of ATI's with no sign of volume shipments in partnered notebooks anytime soon (apart from ASUS's new AV7 notebook which has only been launched in Asia today).
The GPU will sport similar performance to a desktop X800 GTO or NVIDIA 6600GT graphics card, and is the first mobile GPU to implement ATI's new AVIVO technology. Further details in ATI's press release.
ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY)(NASDAQ:ATYT) today set a new visual standard in the performance thin notebook market, with the introduction of Mobility(TM) Radeon(R) X1600. The first mobile discrete graphics processor featuring ATI's revolutionary Avivo(TM) technology, Mobility Radeon X1600 delivers the ultimate digital entertainment solution for performance thin notebook designs through lightning-fast graphics, superior power management, and stunning visuals. Avivo technology brings one billion colors to the laptop to create highly vivid images and advanced photorealism.
There's also a bit of coverage on the X1600 at the following sites :-
We've stated many times before how much we respect NVIDIA for getting their parts into consumers' hands on the day of their release. We've also mentioned how frustrating it is that ATI can never seem to get their gear out on the day of "release". This appears to again be the case right now for ATI's new laptop version of the X1600, the Mobility Radeon X1600. ATI's launch partner, ASUS, will be selling the part in their upcoming A7V notebook which is launching in Asia today, but the rest of the world will not be able to buy this solution just yet.
The Hexus lads have scored a first peek at ASUS's A7G notebook which features the (yet to be announced) Mobility Radeon X1600 GPU from ATI. some of the specifications such as GPU clock speeds havent been decided upon just yet, but the brief readup gives you some indication of whats to be expected from the new mid-range mobile GPU once its released early next year.
Coming early next year is ATI's Mobility Radeon X1600 for laptops, aiming at mid-range mobile graphics performance. However, HEXUS has exclusively had some hands on time with an ASUS laptop featuring this GPU.. While there's a decent amount of time between now and the shipping date of the laptop, during which specifications for the Mobility X1600 could change, we now have a good idea of what to expect from the SKU.
The ASUS A7G laptop features a Pentium M 760, 1GiB of DDR-II RAM and a 256MiB Mobility Radeon X1600. However, the part we tested only had 128MiB of video memory to play with. The cooling system for the laptop is reasonably quiet, suggesting both efficient cooling and power-friendly components, although for its performance class it is a little on the heavy side.
Unveiled by ECS yesterday is that of their new NV nForce4 based "KN2 SLI" motherboard which allows for two seperate full bandwidth 16-lane PCIe connections. As another member to their popular high-end "Extreme" motherboard series, the board has all the bells and whistles one would come to expect from an enthusiast orientated motherboard.
For all the details, grab ECS's official announcement folks.
Designed for extreme gamers and hardware enthusiasts, this new KN2 SLI, is a member of the top-of-the-line ECS Extreme motherboard series.
Featuring ECS' Scalable D.G.E. (Scalable Dual Graphic Engines) architecture, the KN2 SLI can leverage NVIDIA SLI x16 technology with dual PCI Express x16 slots and one DUO-N card. Driven by the DUO-N card, the dual PCI-E x16 slots can provide two full bandwidth, 16-lane logical PCI-E connections, supporting twice the bandwidth of dual x8 designs. This dual PCI-E x16 design ensures maximum graphics performance for next-generation GPUs and games.
Based on NVIDIA's quietly released midrange 6800 GS GPU, CHAINTECH have just introduced their SE68GS graphics card. At an attractive price/performance ratio, i'm sure these cards will sell reasonably well.
The full scoop in CHAINTECH's official PR folks.
Taipei, Taiwan (November 18, 2005) - Walton Chaintech Corporation today announced its SE68GS, an up-to-date graphics cards, which utilize the newest NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GS graphics processing unit.
Focusing on midrange price point, the SE68GS delivers even higher performance. To be powered by NVIDIA 6800 GS processor, the SE68GS provides 425MHz engine clock which beat the 400 MHz engine clock of 6800 Ultra. The Chaintech® SE68GS features 256MB DDR3 SDRAM plus the 6800 GS GPU native 256-bit memory interface; SE68GS delivers 1000MHz memory clock. SE68GS has PCI-E support, HDTV-out, D-sub VGA out and DVI-I to meet all the outputs HTPC users and 3D gamers need.
There's been quite a bit of talk floating around on the web in recent times of the upcoming quad X16 PCIe NF4 SLI monster motherboard which GIGABYTE were planning to release for the ultra hardc0re enthusiast, and just the other day they made an official announcement introducing it to the masses.
Four 7800GTX's overkill by a long shot? Most would agree to that, but i'm sure the idea of running that setup has the folks with deepened pockets foaming at the mouth in anticipation of getting their mits on this puppy.
PCStats has the full announcement posted up here folks.
Gigabyte TECHNOLOGY, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, VGA cards and other computing hardware solutions, has launched Gigabyte GA-8N-SLI Quad Royal, the world first SLI technology enabled motherboard equipped with four PCI Express X16 slots. Based on the NVIDIA nForece4 SLI Intel Edition and NVIDIA nForece4 SLI chipsets, the GA-8N-SLI Quad Royal is designed for gamers who lived by ultimate performance and ultimate scalability.
Powered by NVIDIA SLI X16 technology and featuring four PCI Express X16 slots, the GA-8N-SLI Quad Royal frees the limitation of graphics and gaming performance. Supports two full-bandwidth 16-lane PCI Express links which offers twice the PCI Express bandwidth of X8 SLI solutions, the GA-8N-SLI Quad Royal ensures the maximum graphics and gaming performance for next generation GPUs and games. Equipped with Gigabyte own-designed four PCI Express X16 slots supporting eight monitors output, the GA-8N-SLI Quad Royal is more suitable for gaming with spectacular view or special application which requires multi-monitor output.
A bunch of hardc0re overclockers in Finland have just made headlines as they push the (already very high) GPU/MEM clocks of ATI's new flagship X1800 XT well beyond whats ever been recorded for the highest clockspeeds on a video card to date. Hows 1GHz on the GPU and a 940MHz memory speed sound?
A screenshot from the folks over at Nordic Hardware shows the finnish lads also pushing the memory up to that magic 1GHz mark, but unfortunately this began to introduce artifacts apparently.
I'd certainly like a piece of this! But somehow I dont believe the extremeties of the custom-built liquid nitrogen cooling system used to achieve these results would be practical for day-to-day use. Nonetheless, shows you the kind of headroom ATI's latest weapon has tucked away in such an instance.
PORI, Finland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 26, 2005-- An independent team of Finnish over-clockers has made world history by over-clocking a graphics processor to engine clock levels above 1 GHz. The record was set on the recently-announced Radeon® X1800 XT graphics processor from ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY)(NASDAQ:ATYT).
Noted Finnish over-clockers Sampsa Kurri and Ville Suvanto achieved graphics engine clocks of 1.003 GHz and a memory speed of 1.881 GHz (940.50 MHz DDR (dual data-rate) memory clocks) with maximum system stability and no visual artifacts.
ASUS have just recently unveiled a new fanless heatsink design for mid-range ATI based GFX cards. The first card this unique cooling solution is to be implemented on is an ATI X700LE variant, dubbed the "Extreme AX700 Silencer/TD/256M". For the full rundown, check out ASUS's supporting PR folks.
The Extreme AX700 Silencer/TD/256M adopted a unique cooling solution that positioned the GPU (graphics processing unit) and heatsink on the backside of the graphics card, placing them directly in the airflow path of the CPU fan for fast heat dissipation.
Besides providing larger heat exchange area, the extended heatsink takes on a clamshell design, which enables users to open up the heatsink, like a clamshell phone, for enhanced ventilation. By leveraging the CPU fan, the all-new ASUS graphics card is fan-less and operates at 0dB for quiet computing.
The crew over at NGOHQ have snagged some interesting info from NVIDIA's latest 81.85 beta drivers. They first discover what looks to be a new member to the 7 series on the way, which given its title "7800 GS" would logically have it as a slower and cheaper option to the 7800 GT. Also found embedded in the new drivers is added support for the "G73 inside ForceWare Control Panel", G73 being a new GPU architecture for laptops. Details on NGOHQ's front page folks.
We learn that NVIDIA's upcoming product will be named "7800 GS". We believe it would a bit slower then the Geforce 7800GT. We've also discovered that NV48 is still alive and coming soon.
It seems that NVIDIA is working on a new GPU architecture for laptops. We discovered that they already added support for the G73 inside ForceWare Control Panel. We believe it would be a mid-range GPU.
In an announcement from the online PC product superstore "NewEgg" the other day, they inform us that ATI's recently released X850 and X1800XL "Crossfire" video cards are now a reality, on the shelves and ready to snap up.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. - Newegg.com is pleased to announce the immediate availability of ATI Technologies' X1800XL Radeon and X850 Crossfire video cards. The X850 CrossFire card can be paired with any PCI Express Radeon X850 graphics card for multi-GPU rendering on all applications. The X1800XL Radeon is a high-end member of ATI's X1000 top to bottom family of video cards, all of which feature:
* 90nm process technology
* Shader Model 3.0 support
* Fulltime/fullspeed fp32 processing for floating point pixel formats
* New "Ring Bus" memory architecture with support for GDDR4
* Antialiasing supported on MRT and fp16 output
* High quality angle independent Anisotropic Filtering
* AVIVO and advanced decode/encode support
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While reading over at Elite Bastards, I saw a link to a bunch of ATI marketing material screenshots on their next generation X1800 series from techPowerUp - and in fact, the entire series including X1300, X1600 and X1800.
Why wait for when the reviews hit the web? Take a sneak peak now.
Continuing to look after their solid reputation in the enthusiast motherboard catagory, DFI have just announced the release of their new and improved "LANParty UT nForce4 SLI-DR Expert" motherboard which is a nicely refined version of their previous SLI model(s). Such advances include a smarter physical layout in terms of the spacing between the x16 PCI-e slots (meaning you can slot bigger GFX cards in), a 6 layer PCB for increased stability, superior power circuitry for higher overclocking potential, and several other benefits.
Taipei, Taiwan - September 30, 2005 - DFI, a world leader of motherboards and maker of the award-winning LANParty motherboard series, is proud to announce today the launch of LANParty UT nForce4 SLI-DR Expert, a suped-up version of the LANParty nForce4 SLI motherboards. The LANParty UT nForce4 SLI-DR Expert features an improved design where the PCI-e x16 slots are placed wider apart to provide space for larger VGA coolers. This new layout allows for greater performance of the VGA cards. To facilitate the overclocking process, a convenient PCI-e configuration setting is incorporated in the BIOS of the LANParty UT nForce4 SLI-DR Expert to enable easy switching between SLI and non-SLI mode. Furthermore, the new LANParty UT nForce4 SLI-DR Expert comes with 8-pin power connector (instead of 4) to provide more stable power source.
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With yet another blow to the competition, NVIDIA have just kicked off their new flagship GPU solution for notebooks in the "GeForce Go 7800 GTX". It's been made apparent that this latest offering from NV is also rather fine-tuned in the power ratings dept. consuming no more than the previous-gen Go 6800 Ultra yet carrying 100 million more transistors.
SANTA CLARA, CA-SEPTEMBER 28, 2005-NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today unveiled the new NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX graphics processing unit (GPU), the flagship of the NVIDIA notebook GPU line-up. This new GPU is immediately available in notebooks from Sager Computer, Inc., Falcon Northwest, Voodoo Computers, Inc., Eurocom Corporation, ABS Computer Technologies, Inc., Hypersonic PC Systems, Evesham Technology, and ProStart Computer, Inc.
"Notebook PCs have entered a new age of performance and features," stated Rob Csongor, general manager of notebook GPUs at NVIDIA. "With twice the performance compared to the previous generation, the GeForce Go 7 GPU delivers the ability to play all of today's and tomorrow's hottest games and the power to process high definition video--all with remarkable power savings."
In the continuous battle for supremacy between NVIDIA and ATI, it's quite clear that in recent times ATI have been needing to produce what you'd think be some form of magic if they're to become a real threat for the NV giants once again. When NVIDIA's SLI technology took off, then following that, the release of their much praised GeForce7 series of GPUs, it had left ATI with a LOT of catching up to do for their fair share of market dominance.
It's been nothing but a somewhat painful waiting game for many us over the past several months, as we stood by in anticipation of ATI's answers to SLI (CrossFire), and their latest generation of graphics cards to support the new dual-vga card platform.
Finally all the waiting's coming to an end, and with the curtains lifted hardware sites around the globe will answer all of our questions (and then some) in relation to whether or not the wait has indeed been worth it. After all, this is ATI's only hope at getting right back in contention for a large chunk of the action in the market, or at least for quite a while to come.
Although Crossfire was unveiled/previewed some months back now, today marks the official launch of the new platform, just slightly ahead of ATI's new R520 GPU family which we expect to see launched within the next week or so. For all the coverage on what is hoped to be a powerful and worthy alternative to NV's SLI arrangement, check out articles via the various links below (and dont forget to check back for updated linkies also! ):-
Some four months after first announcing its CrossFire technology, ATI is finally ready to bring multi-GPU Radeon rendering to the masses. Enthusiasts have been anxiously awaiting CrossFire arrival, in part because the particulars of the Radeon X800 series have forced ATI to take a somewhat novel approach to GPU teaming, employing "master" cards and an external compositing engine to weave the output of two graphics cards together for a single display. We've also been eager to see how CrossFire will stack up against NVIDIA's SLI technology, which the green team has diligently refined for nearly a year.
CrossFire is more than just a GPU teaming technology, though. ATI has also developed CrossFire Edition chipsets and motherboards to go along with its new graphics cards. Join us as we explore the performance, features, and limitations of ATI's CrossFire solution.
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Our mate John Gillooly over at APC Magazine (big Aussie magazine) has posted a quick article looking at dual Radeon X850XT Crossfire performance in 3DMark05, Doom 3 and Half Life 2. They're using an ECS PA1 MVP Extreme motherboard, Pentium 4 3.73GHz Extreme Edition and 1GB of DDR2-667.
First test was 3DMark05. In the standard 1024x768 test the Crossfire configuration came out 40% faster than a single card. However when we increase the load on the graphics subsystem by moving to a 1280x1024 resolution, turning AntiAliasing up to 6x and Anisotropic filtering to 16x we see the Crossfire setup really shine, delivering a score 85% faster than a single card. Moving to the OpenGL based Doom3 we see the Crossfire setup come out 36% faster in testing at 1280x1024 Ultra Quality. In Half-Life 2 we see less of a performance improvement at 1280x1024 with Crossfire coming out 7-10% faster when all details are set to their maximum.
To accompany their acclaimed "STORM" CPU waterblock, Swiftech have today announced the release of their new MCW55 Universal VGA water-block which offers a significant improvement in performance over the previous MCW50 model, this by use of Delrin Acetal materials (not unlike the STORM CPU waterblock). For more information, have a read through the official press release folks.
Signal Hill, CA - Friday September 2nd, 2005 - Swiftech™ today announced the release of the new MCW55 Universal VGA water-block. While similar in size and appearance to the earlier MCW50, the MCW55 features vastly improved performance and is now made out of Delrin Acetal like the STORM CPU waterblock for superior durability. "The STORM+MCW55 combination is a "match made in heaven". We worked really hard to optimize the hydraulics on this waterblock and deliver our enthusiast customers the absolute best cooling solution on the planet" said Gabriel Rouchon, Swiftech's Chairman. The MCW55 is compatible with all ATI Radeon and nVidia High-end GeForce VGA adapters.
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The new GIGABYTE motherboard SKUs follow shortly after an announcement by NVIDIA that the chipset and graphics giant would focus on driving SLI technology into the general PC market where it can benefit home and corporate users as well as PC gaming enthusiasts. The new SLI-ready motherboards are the GA-K8N-SLI and GA-8N-SLI Pro that feature compatibility with new dual core processors from Intel® or AMD, Serial ATA 3Gb/s, NV RAID, NV firewall and Gigabit LAN connectivity, all for a retail price that is expected to start at less than AU$190.
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