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AMD Delivers Its Most Powerful Professional 3D Graphics Card With Up To Four Times The Processing Power And More Memory Bandwidth Than Comparable Competing Solution(1)

For less than $1,800 MSRP, ATI FirePro™ V8750 3D workstation accelerator delivers exceptional computational power to tackle incredibly complex designs
To meet the extreme productivity needs of today’s CAD, Digital Content Creation (DCC) and oil and gas professionals,  AMD (NYSE: AMD) announces that the ATI FirePro™ V8750 3D workstation graphics accelerator is joining the AMD line of ultra high-end professional graphics hardware.
* ATI FirePro™ V8750 3D workstation graphics accelerator brings the highest number of shader engines (800) with the highest memory bandwidth (115.2 GB/s) in the entire 3D professional graphics offerings today1 which enables professionals to render incredibly complex models and photo-realistic images in real-time.
* The ultra parallel processing architecture of the ATI FirePro V8750 3D …

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Asus EAHD4870X2 Top graphics card

If you’ve read the review of Nividia’s GeForce GTX 295 card on cnet.com, you might be able to guess our assessment of this overclocked, Asus-packaged version of AMD’s ATI Radeon HD4870X2. Simply, for $550–$50 more than the Nvidia card–the amped up Radeon card gives you less performance and uses more power along the way. The only solace we can offer for AMD is that this card has a minor (borderline irrelevant) software support advantage, and a mildly easier setup process. Whether you value those features or not, the primary reason for purchasing an expensive 3D card is speed. And in the high-end price range, the Radeon EDHD4870X2 …

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