For those waiting for a dual Hawaii-based graphics card you might not have to wait that much longer. ASUS is planning to launch their custom built ARES III Hawaii-based card at Computex 2014. The ARES brand is ASUS’s custom built dual-chip graphics lineup based on AMD GPUs.
To enhance the gaming experience and to take the gaming to the ultimate next level, ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has rolled in the Mars 760. This graphics card features two GeForce GTX 760 graphics-processing units (GPUs) which are responsible for the powerful and improved performance during gaming. With 39% faster performance in gaming, this new graphics card by ASUS has taken over the GeForce GTX Titan which comes as a bit of a surprise.
The R9 290X x2 is very soon going to reveal itself as we have it from some reliable sources. This Dual Hawaii-XT GPU is another roll out from AMD and has been codenamed as ‘Vesuvius’ which comes as no surprise by now because we are all used to the AMD’s naming strategy.
If you are an CrossFireX (AMD’s multi-GPU solution) user then you are well aware of the long standing issue of ‘runt’ frames produced when multiple AMD GPUs are used in CrossfireX mode. Even though the performance looked choppy if you were using a program like FRAPS it would appear that the card was churning out great performance. AMD will finally deliver a long-awaited driver update to fix the ‘runt’ frames issue.
Cyberpower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming computers, today announced its Fang Taipan, the most customizable gaming laptop with twin NVIDIA GPUS, 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors and enough memory and add-ons to make the most demanding games and applications sizzle.
The CyberpowerPC Fang Taipan is a laptop beast that wields a lethal dose of power. It can accommodate two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680Ms in SLI model; a full range of Intel Core i7 CPUs including the fastest i7-3940XM (3.0GHz) Extreme Edition Ivy Bridge Mobile Processor; and features up to 32 GBs of dual-channel DDR3 memory for gaming at unparalleled speeds. According to CyberpowerPC, this triple-threat marks the absolute pinnacle of mobile computing power.
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