AMD has rolled out new ATI Catalyst 10.5 drivers. No performance increases but some new features and bug fixes.
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While everyone looks at benchmarks for new graphics cards when they're first released, a lot can change as ATI and Nvidia update their drivers. Not only can performance be improved, but more features can be added as well.
The ever-busy Asus has recently been releasing gaming laptops in the sweet spot around $1,500you don't pay thousands extra for multiple graphics cards and/or Intel Core 2 Extreme processors, but you can still play Crysis, albeit with some settings turned down. The latest entry in the company's lineup is the G73JH-X1, now available for $1,549.
One of the major new features of the new MacBook Pro is the addition of the NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT video card. This is a switch from the ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 GPU which shipped in the previous MBPThe 15-inch MacBook Pro ships with the NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT graphics processor with dual-link DVI support and 128MB of GDDR3 SDRAM (2.
This nicely designed and well-built thin-and-light system has a lot going for it. Businesses requiring a capable all-rounder of a notebook should consider the Samsung X20.
Dell's flagship performance-orientated desktop replacement notebook makes full use of its Dothan Pentium M processor and ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics.
Nvidia appears to have evened the score with rival ATI when it comes to the speed of its latest graphics processing unit (GPU), at least with advanced image quality features enabled. Check out our updated results.
With today's fastest processor and speediest graphics card, the Dell Dimension 8300 is a versatile high-end PC built for both work and play.
The new Mobility Radeon 9600 from ATI features do-it-yourself upgrading capability for notebooks. CNET's Brian Cooley has the story.
Graphics chipmaker ATI Technologies on Monday announced the release of the All-in-Wonder VE, a budget-priced multimedia card based on the company's older Radeon 7500 graphics processor. The PC graphics card includes a TV tuner, software for video recording and DVD playback, and other multimedia features.
Graphics chipmaker ATI Technologies announced a new PC graphics card Monday based on its high-end Radeon 9700 chip. The All-In-Wonder 9700 Pro will include advanced features for viewing TV programming on a PC, including support for dual TV tuners and software for video recording.
ATI promises to revolutionise the graphics industry with double the speed than anything else on the market, plus more features. The chip may allow ATI to regain its lead over Nvidia
Although the new XScale processor is a bit of a disappointment, this high-powered handheld is still worth the price.
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