I am impressed with the benchmarks of AMD 290X and offcourse it offers almost the identical performance as Titan @ 1600P resolution, but blows away tital @ 4K resolution with almost half the price of titan.
The only thing that I disliked about 290X is the power consumption and heat.
I remember 3 yrs ago when 5870 was a hot selling product of ATI, nVidia, didn't have any answer to 5870.
Asus is a Taiwan based company which is into computing and mobile production. Asus is more popularly known for its motherboard production. The company has widespread its production across the globe. It has created a niche in the notebook market and the Asus laptops have a credible name. Asus laptops are known for their compactness [...]
Is there any way to improve the performance of ATI cards?
Asking because my little 1.2GHz netbook runs things like scrolling (in FF and the system it self) much much smoother with integrated graphics than my desktop with ATI 5870.
Would my performance improve if I changed to a nVidia card, or is there a way of improving my cards performance?
NVIDIA took some time today to post more details regarding their Phoenix reference phone powered by their new Tegra 4i chip on their company blog, including a hands-on video with the device. NVIDIA’s Tegra 4i chip comes with a built-in 4G LTE chip and promises to be better than the current generation Tegra 3 chip by most any measure.
I just got my brand new Lenovo T430u with an Intel® HD 4000 Graphics and an NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 620M chipset in an Nvidia Optimus setup. I have installed bumblebee and witnessed the awesome performance of the NVidia chipset. Then I started configuring which apps I want to use the nvidia chip.
I'm thinking about getting a new laptop with the above on. Can anyone advise how good ATI's Linux drivers are? I have run laptops with nvidia cards very successfully, but in the past ATI's support has been lacking.
Nvidia announced a new parallel processor for the high performance computing (HPC) market, based on its GPU (graphics processing unit) architecture. Initially offered in servers from HP, the Tesla M2090 is a PCI Express x16 card touted as & the world's fastest parallel processor for high-performance computing,& with up to 665 Gigaflops of performance....