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 RADEON 9800. Designed for the mobile gaming enthusiast, MOBILITY RADEON 9800 enables users to enjoy the latest DirectX9 games the way they were meant to be played – at optimal settings for the highest levels of performance.
Based on core technology from the award-winning RADEON X800, MOBILITY RADEON 9800 is a powerhouse visual processor that blends the best of the desktop and mobile graphics world, to the ultimate benefit of the user. MOBILITY RADEON 9800 is available from Dell on the Inspiron XPS in North America and the Inspiron 9100 in Europe. READ MORE
ATi Mobility Radeon 9800 Coverage:
"If you are a hardcore enthusiast that is swimming in water cooling, this card is for you. BFGTech currently provides the fastest GeForce 6800Ultra on the planet. The price is hefty, though. At MSRP $599.99 it isn't for the faint of heart. That said, we don't ever remember seeing a water cooled piece of desktop computer hardware that carries a lifetime warranty either."
"The overclocking of the eVGA 6800 GT card was very impressive. Getting a core frequency of 420 MHz (that's 70 MHz faster) and a memory clock of 1.12 GHz (that's 120 MHz faster) put the GT past the clock rate of the 6800 Ultra cards that default at 420 MHz / 1.1 GHz settings. All that for $100 less in MSRP."
"While we have looked at many of Corsair's XMS modules over the past couple years we have yet to review any of their value memory. Seeing how many consumers cannot afford or are not in need of the Corsair XMS line they often opt for Corsair's Value Select memory due to brand loyalty and price point. To help give our budget & mainstream builders some prime time press coverage we recently ordered..."
"AMD recently launched its socket 939 processor, which incorporates a dual channel memory controller and a host of other features. The 939 is targeted at high-end gaming and intensive workstation applications. TechwareLabs tests the 3800+ and answers the question everyone will ask: does the Socket 939 deliver the high end performance it promises?"
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