4 Pillars ahold AMD Graphics Card Market

Various manufacturers rely on their strategy to dominate the market occupies, is no exception AMD rely on four pillars as a crutch to dominate the market, especially the graphics card segment.

The four pillars are Client, Console, Content and Cloud, who was a mainstay AMD to further strengthen its dominance in the segment of the graphics card.

“The four pillars of this is the strengthening of the existence of segmented AMD graphics processors,” said Jenny Susanto, Indonesia Country Manager of AMD, in Ancol, Jakarta.

The first pillar is filled by the client is AMD’s strategy to increasingly gripped in the realm of graphics processors to try to strengthen its collaboration with the graphics card vendors to deliver new graphics card products in accordance with the wishes of the computer users, especially gamers. Continue reading “4 Pillars ahold AMD Graphics Card Market”

Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Radeon HD 7790 Boost Challenge

Not long after AMD launched its latest graphics processor, the Radeon HD 7790, to fill in mainstream classes, Nvidia did not remain silent and be ready menggeber rival product via GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost.

Naming Boost on the back of the mainstream series leads directly diusungnya clock speed, which of course has got a touch of ‘turbo’ from Nvidia. GTX 650 Ti GPU Boost Boost rumored features.

With these features, the GTX 650 Ti Boost actually has a clock speed of 980 MHz can be dynamically increase the clock speed of 1033 MHz it becomes appropriate. GTX 650 Ti addition Boost has 768 CUDA cores armed, 64 TMU, 24 ROP.

While the sector is supported by the use of GDDR5 memory running on a 192-bit interface that comes with a capacity of 1 GB and 2 GB respectively by Nvidia priced at USD 149 (USD 1.4 million) and USD 169 (USD 1.6 million) . Similarly, as quoted from Techpowerup, Wednesday (27/03/2013).