Earlier this week Apple announced their 2015 15” Retina MacBook Pro. Though Apple didn’t make any CPU changes, they did make some GPU changes on the high-end model, swapping out NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 750M for AMD’s Radeon R9 M370X. Since the M370X was not a published part number in AMD’s recently-announced 2015 Radeon M300 series refresh lineup, there have been some questions over just what M370X really is.
At the time of the rMBP’s launch, we suspected that it was an AMD Cape Verde GPU, based on the fact that this GPU is also in the M375, which is the next part above M370X. With the new laptop shipping immediately, M370X models have already begun arriving in buyers’ hands, finally giving us a chance to...
ATI readies its R580 and RV535 on new 80nm manufacturing process.
Tuan Nguyen on 11/8/2005
AIBs across Taiwan, China and the US are already confirming that we won't need master cards for low and mid range Crossfire.
Kristopher Kubicki on 11/8/2005
NVIDIA is pushing a new card in time to compete with ATI's X800 GTO for the holiday shopping season. Will this new part have what it takes?
Derek Wilson on 11/7/2005
Today in China, S3 has launched their newest line of budget and lower mid-range graphics chips. The North American launch date will occur sometime in the next month or...
Ryan Smith on 11/3/2005
Havok introduces a unique approach to physics processing and claims that its solution offers greater flexibility than the competition.
Tuan Nguyen on 11/2/2005
NVIDIA is due for a new mid-range product, and it looks like the newest Forceware drivers already have some interesting information inside...
Tuan Nguyen on 10/30/2005
We take a look at F.E.A.R, the most graphically demanding game yet. Is it time to invest in a graphics upgrade?
Josh Venning on 10/20/2005
Apparently NVIDIA isn't the only company looking into GPU Sockets...
Kristopher Kubicki on 10/19/2005
You have one 30" Cinema Display, and two computers. What do you do? Either go out and buy another 30" display, or share the one display between both...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/19/2005
Radeon X1300 and X1600 might face a very quick turnaround from NVIDIA according to manufacturers. We've also heard details of a mystery NVIDIA product floating around...
Kristopher Kubicki on 10/19/2005
A 7800 GTX in a notebook? Yes, NVIDIA has done it and we have the skinny. We'll see how it compares to its desktop counterpart.
Josh Venning on 10/10/2005
After our recent ATI X1000 series launch article, there are still some unanswered questions. This time, we focus on performance rather than design.
Derek Wilson on 10/7/2005
A retest with updated motherboards yields very different results from our First Look. Is the integrated Graphics Performance leader ATI or NVIDIA?
Wesley Fink on 10/6/2005
After months of delays, ATI finally provided us with their first 90nm GPUs to test. These Avivo enabled GPUs mark ATI's first Shader Model 3.0 parts, which at...
Derek Wilson on 10/5/2005
Last month, we told you about Avivo. Now we're able to really see if ATI has what it takes to offer better image quality than NVIDIA's PureVideo.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/5/2005
Is Oct. 5 a day you should remember? Or is it just business as usual....
Kristopher Kubicki on 10/5/2005
With Day of Defeat: Source released on Monday, we have had the chance to take a quick look at the technology and performance of some of the new improved...
Josh Venning on 9/30/2005
NVIDIA has launched the Go 7800 GTX along side the Dell M170.
Derek Wilson on 9/28/2005
ATI's answer to the GeForce 6600 GT, the Radeon X800 GT, looks like it has potential. We see how it measures up, and why it could save you some cash.
Josh Venning on 9/28/2005