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How to go 3D on your PC

How to go 3D on your PC

By 19 July 2011

3D technology sits at the top of the agenda for just about every major display manufacturer in existence. It remains one of the core bells and whistles that shifts high end televisions and has helped entice many into the realm of high definition and Blu-ray.... >>

ATI announces HD 5670 graphics card

ATI announces HD 5670 graphics card

By 14 January 2010

AMD has announced the ATI Radeon HD 5670, a mid-to-low range graphics card for the mass market of people who want to pump up their gaming performance a little but don't want to pay through the nose for it. It supports ATI's Eyefinity technology, meaning... >>

ATI launches Radeon HD 5700 graphics series

ATI launches Radeon HD 5700 graphics series

By 13 October 2009

ATI has just released a new series of graphics cards - the Radeon HD 5700s. Two cards initially make up the range, there's the Radeon HD 5750 and the meatier Radeon HD 5770. Both come with DirectX 11 capabilities and a host of other features that PC tweakers... >>

Dell Inspiron 17 available in the UK

Dell Inspiron 17 available in the UK

By 30 July 2009

Dell has announced the UK release of the Inspiron 17 laptop. Claiming it blurs the lines between desktop and laptop functionality, the 17 gets a 17.3-inch display. The 16:9 WLED screen is backed up by a full-size keyboard with number pad in a 3.1kg package.... >>

AMD talks up DirectX 11, ultrathin notebooks

AMD talks up DirectX 11, ultrathin notebooks

By 8 July 2009

AMD, which demonstrated its new DirectX 11 graphics chips last month at Computex, has been talking to Pocket-lint about the technology, when its cards will be available to buy, about the notebook market and about battery life on PCs. Microsoft's DirectX... >>

AMD to cut over 1000 jobs

AMD to cut over 1000 jobs

By 19 January 2009

It's not just Intel suffering in the economic slowdown, but rival AMD too. Advanced Micro Devices Inc will cut 1100 jobs and slash salaries as part of measures announced to try and see the company through a difficult period. Chairman Hector Ruiz and Chief... >>

AMD and ATI announce merger

By 24 July 2006

Processor manufacturer AMD is in the process of acquiring graphics card specialist ATI for $5.4 billion, in a deal that they hope will close by the end of the year. After news of the merger was released, ATI's stock prices went through the roof, while... >>

ATI launches the Radeon 9600 Pro PC and Mac Edition

By 19 August 2005

ATI has introduced the Radeon 9600 Pro PC and Mac Edition, the first graphics card to support both platforms for $199. This new card features one of ATI's most popular graphics processors for AGP systems - the Radeon 9600 Pro - and includes 256MB of dedicated... >>

ATI introduces new graphics platform called Crossfire

By 2 June 2005

ATI has introduced a new graphics platform called CrossFire. The new platform has been designed to give gamers the best performance and more flexibility. It combines the power of ATI's Radeon Xpress chipsets for Intel and AMD processors, a standard Radeon... >>

ATI unleashes ATI Radeon X800 XL 512Mb graphics card

ATI unleashes ATI Radeon X800 XL 512Mb graphics card

By 4 May 2005

ATI has announced that it will no longer be restricting the 512Mb cards for delevopers and has announced plans to allow its partners to release boards with the increased memory to the gaming public. The latest board; the ATI Radeon X800 XL 512Mb graphics... >>