DisplayPort

LaCie 324i 24-Inch IPS Display Unveiled, Available Now

LaCie 324i 24-Inch IPS Display Unveiled, Available Now

Display technology is improving, and the customer is benefiting from it. LaCie has just unveiled a brand new 24-inch display meant for the professional market, and it's packing enough pixels in there that the company says it will provide you with "lifelike clarity." The 10-bit P-IPS LCD display is indeed packing quite the feature set, and it's probably more than enough to make anyone out there in need of a display to show off all of their pictures and movies to take a second look.

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ATI FirePro V8800: most powerful pro graphics to date

ATI FirePro V8800: most powerful pro graphics to date

AMD have outed their latest graphics card, and the ATI FirePro V8800 has set its sights on your workstation.  Described as "the most powerful professional graphics card ever created", the V8800's 1600 stream processors offer 2.6 teraflops of power with 147.2 GB/s of memory bandwidth; a single card can drive four 30-inch displays and - if paired with the ATI FirePro S400 Synchronization Module - those panels can all be synchronized, too.

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ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 gets official: 850MHz GPU & 2GB of GDDR5

ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 gets official: 850MHz GPU & 2GB of GDDR5

Wondering where on earth that ASUS 5870 EYEFINITY 6/6S/2GD5 came from?  Why, it's just the latest card build on ATI's new Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition video card platform, promising to be the first card capable of over 1bn pixels per second in real-world gaming.  Packing a full 2GB of GDDR5 memory, the HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 is capable of 12 times 1080p Full HD resolution by squirting out six separate Mini DisplayPort signals shared - thanks to ATI Eyefinity technology - over six separate panels.

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DisplayPort v1.2 finalized: 3D, multi-monitor & USB/ethernet support

DisplayPort v1.2 finalized: 3D, multi-monitor & USB/ethernet support

DisplayPort arguably came of age when Apple first picked it over HDMI and DVI back in 2008, and now the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA) responsible for the standard has announced the latest version.  DisplayPort v1.2 doubles the data rate to 21.6 Gbps (useful for bigger resolutions or for 3D graphics), supports multiple monitors from a single connector, and can simultaneously carry bi-directional USB 2.0 and ethernet as well as graphics.

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