Archive for the 'Graphic Cards' Category

Cheaper, smaller GeForce 8800 GT

Monday, October 29th, 2007


Even if it’s smaller, cooler, and cheaper than its higher end brethren, that sadly doesn’t mean it’s better: the previously G92-codenamed NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT sits in the middle of the 8800-series with a single slot configuration that uses 100 Watts less power than the top of the range model, but with a lower clock speed and six less “stream processors.” It’s a fair bit superior spec than the GTX and GTS models though, with the same “stream processor” (what the hell are these?) clock speed as the Ultra at 1500MHz, and a memory frequency of 900MHz. It also supports PCIe 2.0 and the PureVideo HD engine which offloads H.264 encoding onto the GPU. It sells for between $199-249, and should be available within the next few days at the usual online stores.

ASUS graphic cards with HDMI adaptors

Friday, August 24th, 2007

asus hdmi card

ASUS announced the launch of its graphic cards EAH2600PRO/HTDI/256M and EN8600GT/HTDI/256M, which will come with high-quality HDMI adaptors. Home theater lovers can now enjoy convenient home multimedia with these newly launched HDMI certified graphics cards.

According to ASUS, Splendid Video Intelligence Technology of these cards enables users to watch movies on the PC as good as to watch them on top-of-the-line televisions.