Items tagged with Mobility Radeon

Back in November of last year, when AMD announced it had formally settled with Intel over the smaller company's antitrust lawsuit, CEO Dirk Meyer predicted that we'd see more AMD laptops as a result. Nine months later, Dirk seems to have been right. We won't know for certain until we see AMD's Q2 results in a few weeks, but there certainly seems to be more OEM interest in the company's products than we've seen in years past. The new Acer Aspire 1551 is a case in point. It features AMD's Turion II K625 processor (1.5GHz, dual-core, 45nm SOI), a Mobility Radeon 4225 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB HDD... Read more...
When we covered AMD's earnings and plans for 2010 a few weeks back, we noted that AMD CEO Dirk Meyer was bullishly predicting continued growth for AMD in desktop, mobile, and server, even as Intel ramps up pressure in all three segments. AMD's mobile offerings have become more competitive over the past few months thanks to the introduction of its 45nm mobile chips, and Lenovo has definitely noticed. The OEM announced two new Ideapad notebooks based on AMD CPUs today, both of which should be available by March. We don't have the full specs on the G455 and G555, but the two systems are likely to... Read more...
AMD has launched a number of GPU's based on its Radeon 5000 series in recent months, but a last-minute problem with the ATI Radeon 5830 may force the company to delay the introduction of its latest chip. According to DigiTimes, a handful of 5830 cards have been throwing unspecified software errors due to an issue "related to circuits on the board." AMD declined to comment on the issue, other than to note that the 5830 is currently being validated and that there are no issues with any ATI GPUs currently on the market. The recently launched ATI 5670.. We don't know how the 5830 will be clocked when... Read more...
ATI Unleashes a New Generation of Breathtaking Speed and Performance in the Notebook with Mobility™ Radeon(R) X1800 XT MARKHAM, Ontario, Mar 07, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY)(NASDAQ:ATYT), the world leader in mobile PC graphics processors, has once again raised the bar for notebook gaming with the launch of its Mobility™ Radeon(R) X1800 series. Delivering the world's fastest gaming performance in today's most graphically intensive games-including Shader Model 3.0- the feature-rich Mobility™ Radeon(R) X1800 XT takes the lead in the highly competitive notebook... Read more...
ATI has been on tear the past few months, releasing a number of new and interesting products. Since late September / early October of this year, we've been presented with Radeon X850 CrossFire and requisite CrossFire capable dual-PEG slot motherboards to go along with it, a whole series of products based on the new X1K family of GPUs, and most recently the All-In-Wonder Radeon X1800 XL. Not to mention a handful of other products we can't tell you about just yet. It seems the company is doing all it can to keep the folks talking about ATI as we head into the holiday buying season. Today the company... Read more...
Good evening ladies and gents, need some night reading material? After a long day of fighting the Windows ME Operating System, my head is just about fried. I'm sure the blue screen of death will haunt my dreams tonight. For those of who you have never had the pleasure of working with the mentioned OS, you may be scratching your head right now, but there are many battle hardened readers out there who know what I mean :) Anyway, here's the news, good night folks. LogitechR X-530 5.1 Surround Sound PC Speakers Review @ Futurelooks "There are a lot of speakers on the market these days, but all... Read more...
Good Evening HotHardware fans! It's your friendly neighborhood Italian here to let you know that we have just posted a new review of ATI's recently announced Mobility Radeon X700. We were able to test this new 8-pipe mobile GPU using one of the very first notebooks powered by the MR X700, Acer's TravelMate 8100. Click here to check it out...... Read more...
Mobile Graphics technology is advancing at a fevered pace. In a little over a year, the once dominant Mobility Radeon 9600 was eclipsed by the Mobility Radeon 9700. Then, the MR 9700 was surpassed by the Mobility Radeon 9800, which itself was recently eclipsed by the Mobility Radeon X800.  ATI's mobile GPUs went from 4, to 8, to 12 pixel pipelines, they now have essentially the same feature sets as their desktop equivalents, and they have frame buffers as large as 256MB. And these are only the high-end mobile products to come from ATI. They also released a few mid-ranges mobile GPUs, namely... Read more...
Good Evening Folks! Just in case you missed the new link at the top of the page, I'm here to let you all know that we've just posted a review of ATi's flagship mobile 3D gaming GPU, the Mobility Radeon 9800. We've benchmarked the Mobility Radeon 9800 with a variety of games, including FarCry and Doom 3, comparing it to a Radeon 9800 Pro throughout. Click here and take a look...... Read more...
In May of this year, we had the chance to evaluate ATi's Mobility Radeon 9700. When our evaluation was complete, we came away impressed. And we weren't alone. The ATi Mobility Radeon 9700 has been almost universally praised by the press, and declared the fastest mobile 3D gaming GPU of its generation. Then, only a few short months later, ATi announced that they'd be upping the ante yet again. On July 27, 2004 ATi released information regarding their next-gen Mobility Radeon 9800.  The Mobility Radeon 9800 would be an 8-pixel pipeline DX9 mobile GPU, that had the essentially the same feature-set... Read more...
Well it's about time I showed my face again around here, eh?  ;-)  Between all the backend work here with the new forums , our new site design and new product launches, I've become a real stranger here, a real behind the scenes guy.  Yay... NOT.  I'd rather be in the mix for sure.  Never the less, I'm sure Marco, Jeff and Jay have been taking care of business for you.  It is good to be back though. So then, I've got some Saturday night juice for you.  On with it. Mobile Gaming - Dell Inspiron 9100/ATI Mobility 9800 @ DH "ATI have had a great history with... Read more...
Greetings All!  There hasn't been a whole lot of activity today, but we were able to pull together some more goodies nonetheless.  So without further ado, here's your mid-afternoon shot of hardware goodness... ATI Brings High Definition Gaming to Mobile Users Leading Developers Agree, MOBILITY RADEON 9800 brings notebook graphics performance to unparalleled levels Tuesday July 27, 2004 - MARKHAM, Ontario – ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY, NASDAQ:ATYT), the global leader for mobile graphics, today raised the performance bar to unprecedented heights with the introduction of MOBILITY... Read more...
Good Morning HotHardware Fans! Just in case you missed the link at the top of the page, I'm popping in to let you know that we've just posted a preview of ATi's brand new Mobility Radeon 9800 mobile GPU. With the Mobility Radeon 9800, ATi brings all of the features of the X800 series to high-end gaming notebooks. Click here and check it out...... Read more...
The battle between NVIDIA and ATi for dominance in the desktop 3D gaming video card market has been on-going for many years.  With each new product they release, both companies attempt to leap-frog the other by introducing new features and increasing performance over their previous generation.  The competition has gotten so fierce, that every 6 months or so a new product hits the scene that turns last season's flagship video cards into a mid-range parts, that will soon be sold at bargain basement prices. Both NVIDIA and ATi have done very well with their desktop GPUs, but a new market... Read more...
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