Yesterday we visited AMD and showed you the new Eyefinity 5x1 setup running Dirt 3 and Dragon Age 2. Today we're going to tell you about what we saw from AMD's answer for the burgeoning 3D market.
Today we paid a visit to AMD's offices in Markham, Ontario and we got an early look at a couple of new technologies.
ATI graphics were around for 25 years, 10 of them centering on the Radeon family. As the ATI brand fades away, we're left to remember the company's most noteworthy desktop cards, right after the 6970/6950 launch and just before the Radeon HD 6990 emerges.
Acer will be pushing lots of new tablets in 2011. But how do they look today against the Galaxy Tab and the iPad?
Rarely does an issue divide the gaming community like PhysX has. We go deep into explaining CPU- and GPU-based PhysX processing, run PhysX with a Radeon card from AMD, and put some of today's most misleading headlines about PhysX under our microscope.