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  • Blog Post: AMD Launches AMD Fusion Family of APU Processors at CES

    This week at CES, AMD is launching their AMD Fusion family of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). What’s an APU? An APU is the combination of the CPU and GPU into a single die. What AMD has done with their Fusion family of APU processors is to combine multi-core CPU (x86) technology with discrete-level...
  • Blog Post: AMD Unveils A-Series APUs

    AMD’s Fusion Developer Summit is taking place this week in Bellevue, WA and AMD is taking the opportunity to launch their high-end series of APUs (Accelerated Processing Units). If you recall – an APU is the combination of the CPU and GPU into a single die. AMD’s Fusion family of APU processors is a...
  • Blog Post: NVIDIA Launches GeForce.com, Announces GeForce GTX 580

    Are you currently an owner of one (or a few) of NVIDIA’s GeForce GPUs (graphics cards)? If so – you’re definitely going to want to check this out. Today, NVIDIA is launching GeForce.com . GeForce.com is a new website from NVIDIA designed to be a one-stop shop for GeForce users to get everything they...
  • Blog Post: NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX 590

    Today, NVIDIA is announcing one of the most powerful graphics cards to enter the market: the GeForce GTX 590 . The GTX 590 is based on NVIDIA’s GF110 graphics processor technology (codenamed “Fermi”), just like the GTX 580 (which I talked about here along with GeForce.com back in November). Except the...
  • Blog Post: Introducing AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series GPUs

    A few weeks ago, AMD introduced the first products in the company’s next generation of high-end DirectX 11 graphics cards – the AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series . The Radeon HD 6800 Series represents AMD’s second-generation DirectX 11 capable architecture and has up to 2 times the tessellation performance of...
  • Blog Post: NVIDIA Unveils GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    According to the December 2010 Hardware and Software Survey by popular online game provider Steam, the GeForce 8800 is the most popular GeForce GPU in use today. NVIDIA launched the GeForce 8800 for Windows Vista nearly 3 years ago in support for DirectX 10. The GeForce 8800 GT was one of the most popular...