AMD has put out their first public documentation concerning their Radeon HD 6900 "Cayman" series graphics processors. This 492 page document describes the Cayman instruction set architecture. We have also received an update at Phoronix from AMD concerning the Radeon HD 6900 series open-source support under Linux.
Not wanting to end 2010 without the last word, AMD unveiled its Radeon HD 6900 cards last week. These cards bring a couple of interesting features, including a revamped architecture, improved power handling, dual BIOS support, EQAA anti-aliasing and more. With NVIDIA's GTX 570 just launched, let's see where AMD stands with its new cards.
I am looking into a Windows Server 2008 SP1 with RemoteFX enabled, however I do not want to buy one of the NVIDIA Quadro $1000+ video cards to do it (as only a small number of users will be using virtual machines).
The noise looks like little horizontal white streaks/broken lines that come and go very briefly, remeniscient of a noisey video cable. When I used the nouveau driver, it doesn't happen at all. I tried an older GeForce 9400GT card and it doesn't happen. Anyone else have a similar experience with GeForce series GT600 cards? Should I just forget the Gt600 series?
Phoronix: NVIDIA's GeForce Driver On Ubuntu 14.04 Runs The Same As Windows 8.1
After in the past few days delivering fresh results looking at the Intel Haswell graphics performance between Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and then looking at the AMD Radeon performance between Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04 while also testing the open-source Radeon Gallium3D drivers, in this article our attention ha
I'm buying a computer off of my brother, and I was just wondering which video card is better in terms of performance. His computer has a nVidia GeForce 7900GS, whereas mine has a nVidia GeForce 8600GT. I looked at a site which compared video cards and they seemed very similar, and I was wondering which would be a better choice.