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From AMD Radeon HD 5970 to AMD Radeon HD 6990. There's a new speed-demon that's ruling the roads of the graphic card highway.
AMD is showing no signs of slowing down. Even though their Radeon HD 5970 holds the title for the world’s fastest graphics card, here they are at it again as they dethrone their own brood with the AMD Radeon HD 6990 (Antilles), a speed-demon packed with massive features including a 4GB of GDDR5 and an 830MHz core clock speed. And with a dual-BIOS to boot, you can rev up the clock speed up to 880MHz, which in turn raises your electricity bills to a whole new level.
Despite being the fastest, crictics don’t particularly revere the AMD Radeon HD 6990 due to its power consumption (375W TDP), the noise it emits while running, plus the ridiculous price tag of $699. There’s also the bane of the practicality of the card as most games, even at high settings, don’t particularly need that much graphic fire power.
Hit the break to check the complete specs of the AMD Radeon HD 6990!Read the rest of the article »
Let's wrap up the year with the best hardwares we've seen in 2010.
Another year has come to a close and boy did we have an amazing 2010. With the release of several PC gears thanks to the undying efforts of our favorite companies, we’ve managed to get the best, and the worst anyone has ever seen in 12 months. Today we’ll give you the Hardwares that wowed us the most that will most likely stick around by mid-2011.
Know who’s in the list after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Find out the best bang-for-the-buck graphic cards out in the market today to optimize your gaming experience!
It’s almost a wrap here in the video game industry as 2010 draws to a close. Most, if not all, of the anticipated games are out on the market, and if you’ve already brought your kids, your friends, or yourself World of Warcraft: Cataclysm or Call of Duty: Black Ops even before Santa arrived, then you’re probably wondering what you’ll get for that special someone who loves the art of gaming. Well, how about the gift of graphics? ATI and NVIDIA’s got you covered.
Find out the best bang-for-the-buck graphic cards available today to optimize your gaming experience!Read the rest of the article »
AMD's Radeon HD 6870 and HD 6850 graphics cards are here, but they might not be what you expect. Read and check out the sites who already got their hands on the new graphics cards.
AMD’s Radeon HD 6870 and 6850 are here, but albeit they sound as if they can do better than the lauded Radeon HD 5870 and 5850, they are not really what they seem. For only $180, you can already have Radeon HD 6850 that sports 960 stream processor, 775MHz core clock, 1GB DDR5, 1GHz at effective rate. While you can have the Radeon 6870 at $240 which features 1120 stream processor, and 900/1,050MHz clocks.
A collection of reviews put them a bit behind the finest, and states that they can keep up with the rest. Some papers say that they can run better than their predecessors, but a card full of ports is probably not fit for your next HTPC.
If you want a full review, you can hit up the links after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
It's no longer a rumor. AMD is indeed releasing a Radeon HD video cards under 6800 series. The Radeon HD 6870 and Radeon HD 6850 is slated to hit the glasses on Friday.
After rumors about AMD’s upcoming 6000 series of video cards percolated last week, the company has finally confirmed that the new cards will be out this week. Coming out with an official name of Radeon HD 6870 and Radeon HD 6850, they are akin to the most recent 5000 series aside from the I/O bracket. The new products sport a two DVI-output, one full-size HDMI out, and two Mini DisplayPort jacks. The 6870 model will require two six-pin power connectors, while the 6850 will require just one.
A bit of info and a demo video is posted after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
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