Nvidia has just come out with the new GeForce 310 graphics card, an entry-level graphics solution that supports 64-bit systems, HD movies, and Windows 7’s graphics-heavy interface.
Sapphire is number two on the list of “partners to issue a release of ATI’s DirectX 11-compatible HD 5800 series.” The packaging and exterior design is different, but the features for Sapphire’s Radeon HD 5870 and HD 5850 are still similar to ATI’s reference design, with support for ATI’s Eyefinity multi-display tech and ATI Stream
As expected, one of ATI’s partners, XFX, has launched their own version of graphics cards based on the HD 5800 series GPUs. The two new graphics cards feature ATI’s reference HD 5870 and HD 5850 designs, although the cooling chamber’s shell has been stylized with the XFX design and logo.
Nvidia has just announced that Intel Corporation and other Intel motherboard manufacturers including Asus, EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI, have all licensed Nvidia’s multi-GPU SLI technology for upcoming motherboards based on Intel’s Core i5 and i7 platforms with an LGA1156 socket. This announcement updates Nvidia’s SLI support to include all consumer PC platforms, including Intel’s Core
In a way, we’ve seen it all before: high-end graphics card slapped with high-end cooling solution. It’s a bit different this time though; these graphics cards aren’t just fitted with a big fan with lights. Featuring Nvidia’s high-end GeForce GTX 285 and flagship GTX 295 GPUs, BFG’s new graphics cards feature a self-contained water-cooling kit