Video Cards & GPUs News - Page 336
Walton introduces GeForce 8800GTS 512MB
Positioned specifically to target the higher-level enthusiasts' markets, new CHAINTECH GAE88GTS 512MB graphic card comes in with a core clock of 650MHz and 1940 MHz memory clock with GDDR3 memory. It features 128 stream processors that can bring blazing graphics performance with maximum quality for today's most demanding shader model 4.0 games.
The card is also born with the latest PureVideo HD technology from NVIDIA, CHAINTECH GAE88GTS 512MB leverages the revolutionary video processing engine to playback the highest quality of HD DVD and Blu-ray movies using lower CPU, besides, it is able to perform at the minimum power consumption, heat and noise. Additionally, CHAINTECH GAE88GTS 512MB comes with PCI Express 2.0 interface which supports for the next generation PC platform. The most realistic gaming effects can also be brought by this card for its utilization of the latest DirectX® 10.1.
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Palit straps 1GB to mainstream GeForce
Continue reading: Palit straps 1GB to mainstream GeForce (full post)
EVGA is early with their 8800GT 256MB
Introducing the EVGA 8800GT with 256MB of DDR3; the ultimate combination of power, performance, and especially price. With blazing fast 256MB of DDR3 memory clocked at 1.8GHz, you get the most cost-effective card on the planet. EVGA 8800 GT with 1.8GHz DDR3, don't settle for any less.
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Thermaltake dedicated VGA Power Supply
Completely independent from the main Power Supply Unit, Power Express is designed to have its dedicated AC power input; thus bypassing the need to upgrade the current power supply in order to meet the power requirement of your extra graphic cards. Both Power Express 650W and 450W are built with two 6-pin PCI Express and two 8-pin PCI Express connector supporting even the most demanding graphic cards configurations available today. Dual 12V rails, each with maximum output of 30A, provides uninterrupted and dedicated power for each connected graphic cards. To further ensure maximum stability and compatibility when combining with any ATX12V main power supply, an extra 24-pin adapter has been included to ensure both the main power supply unit and the extra Power Express can be switched on at the exact same time.
Besides the careful stability and compatibility concerns, the new Power Express has also been designed for convenient installation on the standard 5.25" drive bays without the need of a proprietary chassis. SCP (Short-Circuit Protection), OVP (Over-Voltage Protection) and OCP (Over-Current Protection) power protection features are all standard to ensure stability and reliability.
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EVGA hints at upcoming NVIDIA cards*
Continue reading: EVGA hints at upcoming NVIDIA cards* (full post)
Ttake release first 1500W SLI PSU
Thermaltake Technology announces today, its top of the line PSU, Toughpower 1500W, has been certified by NVIDIA as SLI-Ready PSU. Toughpower 1500W has the highest output wattage among all SLI certified PSU in the market, and is the only 1500W PSU in the world that's certified for SLI.
Due to continuous innovation in the graphics technology, high-performance graphics cards could consume up to 900W of power in a high end gaming system with multi graphic card configuration and left very little power for other components. To fulfill this growing power consumption and provide users with quality product, Thermaltake released the Toughpower 1500W in September and is now successfully certified as NVIDIA as SLI-Ready PSU.
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Radeon HD 3870 CrossFire benchmarked
Continue reading: Radeon HD 3870 CrossFire benchmarked (full post)
Buy.com list Radeon HD 3870 and 3850
Continue reading: Buy.com list Radeon HD 3870 and 3850 (full post)
Toshiba launches 8600M GT SLI notebook
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Gigabyte Radeon HD 3850 pictured
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