January 10, 2010

AMD has shipped 2 million GPU’s

AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) was able to reach this level of “potential” sales after the unveiling of their ATI Radeon HD 5800 series, the 1st DirectX 11 graphic product from AMD.  This company is doing its best to “one-up” Intel, from its CPU’s to its graphic cards, expanding its influence and trying to do the most it can do in the future.  Meaning, what the company can earn in the future, as long as that means sweet processors and GUP’s, I’m fine with that.  They will also be introducing this week a DirectX 11 capable notebook (cool).  AMD is the 1st company to market DirectX 11 graphic products; therefore they have taken the upper hand in gaming and pushing our systems to the next level.  I am damn glad to see where they are heading, and hopefully with this new technology on the market it will force competitors to compete better and bring prices down as well.

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  2. thsoundman - January 16, 2010 10:11 am

    I suspect we will see more DX10/11 games now that Xbox is showing it’s age. I think PC games got the shaft as developers tried to shove out games for consoles. Xbox is only DX9 capeable so the fact that developers have been slow to develop for it isn’t all to suprising.

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  3. PimpmasterF - January 15, 2010 11:44 pm

    Unfortunately as of right now DX11 doesnt mean s**t. The only significant DX11 software to my knowledge is the Unigen Heaven benchmark and the New STALKER benchmark, Other than that nada. And itll be a while before there is enough DX11 supported software for it to be talked about. But hopefull DX11 will take off better than DX10 did and developers will utilize it more in games. DX10 wasnt really a fail but it did take some time for it to come into its own.

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