Meet the Most High-Powered Server GPUs from AMD

AMD has just released two new graphic processing units intended for solid server systems: AMD FirePro S7000 and S9000 models. According to the claimed specifications, both models are the most high-powered server GPUs currently available in the market. Their major destination is the application in different fields, including multimedia content editing and CAD. S7000 and S9000 can be used as graphics solutions in the complement of large data-centers and within the infrastructure of virtual desktops.



Both units are developed on an advanced Graphics Core Next architecture and support progressive brand technologies, like ZeroCore Power and PowerTune. Those technologies are called to reduce power consumption by almost 95% in idle mode. In addition, those GPUs support virtualization technologies designed by Microsoft, VMware, and some other developers. Both products are equipped with passive cooling system. High level of operating speed makes the models applicable in the most …

ViewSonic Releases XG3202-C – a Curved Gaming Display

The ViewSonic vendor released XG3202-C, which is a 32-inch curved (1800R) monitor possessing a Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) SuperClear VA panel.



This monitor delivers the full presence effect and has the following key specifications: 178 degrees viewing angles, 6 ms response time and 144 Hz refresh rate. The novelty also features the 300 cd/m2 brightness, 3000:1 contrast ratio and 120 000 000:1 dynamic contrast.


The specialty by ViewSonic supports the AMD FreeSync technology, effectively eliminating picture failure, flickering or frame bounce and providing smooth gaming experience. The gaming mode selection button allows applying precalibrated settings, ensuring best colour rendering, alongside with other options for particular gaming scripts.


For connection one can use DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort and D-Sub ports. Audio is supplied via 2 W stereophonic speakers.


The ViewSonic XG3202-C monitor costs approximately 550 EUR.

Sapphire Outs iCafe Gaming OC Graphics Card

Sapphire, the largest global retailer of graphics cards with AMD GPUs, comes out to the market with its own rendition of Radeon R7 260X adapter – the Radeon R7 260X iCafe Gaming OC. The new-comer features 215x105x35 mm dimensions and a purely black design. Its key differentiation is the integration of a two-slot aluminum cooler without heatpipes and a low-noise PWM fan. The nominal retail price makes up 124 EUR.



Sapphire Radeon R7 260X iCafe Gaming OC is based on AMD Bonaire XTX GPU (GCN 1.1) with 896 stream processors, 16 ROPs and 56 TMUs, running at 1050 MHz frequency. Its major ally – 2 GB GDDR5 memory with 128-bit interface – operates at 6000 MHz frequency. Power supply subsystem boasts 5+3-phase configuration, while connection to the PSU is realized by means of a single 6-pin socket.


To continue, I/O panel accommodates three video ports: DL DVI-I, HDMI, and DisplayPort 1.2. The list of supported standards and technologies includes DirectX 11.2, OpenGL 4.3, …
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