AMD to Ditch the ATI Brand for Radeon Graphics
Gigabyte's new GV-R577SL-1GD features an impressive, passive cooling system.
The ATI Catalyst 10.8 drivers have popped up on AMD's website, and those looking for a smoother StarCraft II experience will be pleased.
Microsoft and IBM beat Intel and AMD in designing a CPU and GPU combo chip.
Most of our graphics card reviews include power measurements at idle and load. But how do applications tax your GPU in between those two extremes? We line up a handful of different programs and monitor power use with a handful of AMD's latest cards.
What does it mean to build a truly-balanced PC? How great would it be to piece together a machine bottlenecked by neither CPU or GPU? We set forth to measure the perfect balance in seven different games and four resolutions in this fourth of many parts.
ATI cards outsold Nvidia cards during the second quarter.
Apple using Radeons across the board for iMac and Mac Pro.
PhysX for CPUs is built on x87. Not the best choice on modern day CPUs, it seems.
ATI's Eyefinity technology has opened up a whole new world of multi-monitor gaming and now that the gaming industry is moving tentatively toward 3D technology, it makes sense to put the two together and see what happens.
Two new Acer Aspire One netbooks sport AMD's Athlon II Neo and ATI Radeon HD 4225.
MSI is now shipping the 17-inch GX740 packing Intel's Core i7 CPU and Radeon HD 5870 graphics.
A prototype combines Bigfoot's Killer NIC with TUL's ATI Radeon HD 5000 graphics card.
Not long ago, the 2D performance of newer ATI graphics cards left much to be desired in Windows 7. AMD acknowledged the problem and released new driver versions. We took a closer look at Catalyst 10.4 in order to let you know what has changed.