Items tagged with GDDR5

A few weeks back, AMD quietly released a couple of new graphics cards in the Radeon HD 5500 series. For a while there, starting with the Radeon HD 5870 in late September of last year, it seemed like AMD was releasing a new series of graphics cards aimed at different price points, practically every few weeks... Read...
A few weeks back, AMD quietly released a couple of new graphics cards in the Radeon HD 5500 series. For a while there, starting with the Radeon HD 5870 in late September of last year, it seemed like AMD was releasing a new series of graphics cards aimed at different price points, practically every few weeks... Read...
We're beginning to wonder who isn't innovating on the flash memory front this month. First was SanDisk, then Micron, and now Samsung. If not for Spansion Japan filing for bankruptcy, it too would likely have something to share. Announced today, Samsung has begun mass producing GDDR5 graphics memory using... Read...
There is no way to categorize AMD's recent launch of the RV770 graphics processor powering the Radeon HD 4800 series of cards as anything other than a resounding success. Cards based on the GPU hit the scene offering very strong performance in their respective price brackets, and forced rival NVIDIA to react with... Read...
  There is no way to categorize AMD's recent launch of the RV770 graphics processor powering the Radeon HD 4800 series of cards as anything other than a resounding success.  Cards based on the GPU hit the scene offering very strong performance in their respective price brackets, and forced rival... Read...
PowerColor Announced PCS+ HD4870 1GB GDDR5 Speed up gaming performance and lower up to 10°C Temperatures Taipei, Taiwan – August, 20th, 2008 -- TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, announced PCS+ HD4870 1GB solution... Read...
Just weeks away from the rumored public debut of AMD's new ATI Radeon 4000-series GPUs, AMD clues us in on a tantalizing tidbit about a key technology found in its next generation graphics cards. AMD's new lineup of graphics... Read...
While GDDR4 is still working on becoming the standard for high-end graphics cards, it looks like GDDR5 is already being sampled.  So what is new with GDDR5, well all we have are rumors but a key one is cyclic redundancy checks or CRC.  Perhaps this will turn out to be a sort of 'automatic' throttle for... Read...