AMD ATI FirePro V8750 Workstation Graphics Card

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When doing research for a new graphics card, mainstream users might come across a professional workstation-class video card and wonder what all the fuss is about. On the surface, one must look at the enormous price differences and question the justification when technically the hardware used to build the cards is very similar. But those that use workstation GPUs know that these products carry the driver support for specific 3D rendering programs that mainstream video cards do not. While they both accomplish the same basic tasks of processing commands and rendering images on a display, workstation cards are for engineering, digital content creation, and scientific modeling applications--not gaming. And as such, their target audiences are very different.

Late last year, we reviewed AMD's flagship FirePro workstation graphics card, the V8700. It was the first professional video card based on the RV770 graphics processor and it impressed us with its performance and relative affordability. Half a year later, AMD has released a new ultra high end product that promises to pick up where the V8700 left off. The FirePro V8750 sports the same RV770 GPU and 800 shader processors, but offers improved memory performance by way of 2GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 900MHz, which offers 115GB/s of peak bandwidth...

AMD ATI FirePro V8750 Workstation Graphics Card

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photodude replied on Tue, Oct 13 2009 11:16 AM

Great review and benchmarks. found the benchmarks a little hard to evaluate to decide which of the 4 cards tested was the best. Disappointed that there wasn't benchmarks for Adobe creative suite programs or Autodesk autocad or autodesk Revit and Revit MEP.

I hope to see these benchmarks repeated for the other programs.

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