Page 1:Who Wins - The Stock Trader Or The Gamer?
Page 2:Prices And Competitors
Page 3:The Radeon VE Up Close And Personal
Page 4:Dual Monitor Support With Hydravision
Page 5:Dual Monitor Support With Hydravision, Continued
Page 6:Castrated 3D Engine?
Page 7:MPEG And DVD Functions
Page 8:Test Configuration
Page 9:Quake 3 Arena
Page 10:MDK2 Demo
Page 11:Mercedes Benz Truck Racing
Page 12:Summary And Conclusion
The Radeon VE Up Close And Personal
The retail version of the Radeon VE contains a TV-Out (above), a DVI-I jack (middle) and the standard VGA exit port (below).
A second digital flat panel (TFT screen) can be directly connected to the DVI jack. A DVI-to-VGA adapter is included to ensure that a second cathode ray tube monitor or an analog flat panel can be operated as well.
ATi offers several variants of the Radeon VE for the OEM market. Jack combinations such as VGA/VGA or DVI/DVI are generally feasible and depend mainly on the bulk purchaser's needs.
The Following Display Combinations Are Possible With The Radeon VE
- VGA + VGA
- VGA + DVI (digital flat panel)
- VGA + DVI + video out (television)
- VGA + video out (television)
Clicking on the Appearance tab in Windows' Display Properties permits the connected screens to be managed conveniently.
- Who Wins - The Stock Trader Or The Gamer?
- Prices And Competitors
- The Radeon VE Up Close And Personal
- Dual Monitor Support With Hydravision
- Dual Monitor Support With Hydravision, Continued
- Castrated 3D Engine?
- MPEG And DVD Functions
- Test Configuration
- Quake 3 Arena
- MDK2 Demo
- Mercedes Benz Truck Racing
- Summary And Conclusion