Synonyms for ati_radeon_hd or Related words with ati_radeon_hd

amd_radeon_hd              amd_radeon              intel_gma              nvidia_geforce_gt              ati_radeon              nvidia_geforce_gtx              nvidia_quadro_fx              nvidia_geforce              nvidia_quadro              mb_vram              ati_firegl              radeon_pro              mb_ddr              gb_gddr              geforce_fx              gb_ddr              pci_agp              radeon_graphics              radeon_hd              nforce              sdram_gb              nvs_nvidia              geforce_gs              geforce_ti              ati_rage              gddr_gddr              geforce_mx              mb_gddr              gb_hdd              mobility_radeon              nvidia_ion              celeron_celeron              amd_chipset              radeon              nvidia_gtx              nvidia_tegra              intel_core_intel_core              fujitsu_lifebook              amd_firepro              vertex_shaders_pixel_shaders              intel_atom              quadro_xgl              amd_ati              sodimm              powervr_sgx              adreno              gma_mhd              amd_fx              intel_haswell              ti_omap             

Examples of "ati_radeon_hd"
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 / ATI Radeon HD 5850 (Shader Model 3.0 compatible with 1GB of RAM)
The AMD Spider platform consists of enthusiast level products from AMD, including AMD Phenom X4 9000 series processors, ATI Radeon HD 3800 series GPUs, and the AMD 7 series chipset.
Studio XPS 16 (M1640): Released early January 2009, it features a 15.6-inch 720p or a 16.0-inch 1080p 16:9 aspect ratio screen. It is equipped with either a 512 MB ATI Radeon HD 3670 or 1024 MB ATI Radeon HD 4670 graphics card, an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, a DVD+/- RW or a Blu-ray ROM combo drive, and Windows Vista or Windows 7. It has an illuminated QWERTY keyboard and leather accents on the lid are optional. Its full body is onyx black and silver.
In September 2009, AMD announced the ATI Radeon HD 5000 series video cards, which have HDMI 1.3 output (deep color, xvYCC wide gamut capability and high bit rate audio), 8-channel LPCM over HDMI, and an integrated HD audio controller with a Protected Audio Path that allows bitstream output over HDMI for AAC, Dolby AC-3, Dolby TrueHD and DTS Master Audio formats. The ATI Radeon HD 5870 released in September 2009 is the first video card that allows bitstream output over HDMI for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. The AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series implements HDMI 1.4a. The AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series implements HDMI 1.4b.
A system conforming to the platform specification is said to be a combination of a Phenom II X4 processor and a mainboard using a chipset from the AMD 700 chipset series, along with a graphics card of the ATI Radeon HD 4800 series. Pre-built systems using the platform are offered by Dell, HP and Alienware among others.
The desktop offered an Intel Core 2 Duo 3.03 GHz processor, ATI Radeon HD 5450 graphics, a maximum resolution of 1600x900, 4GB RAM, and a 640GB hard disk drive. The desktop also included six USB ports, as well as FireWire, Gigabit Ethernet, a multicard reader, and headphone and microphone jacks.
The unified shading architecture was introduced with the Nvidia GeForce 8 series, ATI Radeon HD 2000, S3 Chrome 400, Intel GMA X3000 series, Xbox 360's GPU, Qualcomm Adreno 200 series, Mali Midgard, PowerVR SGX GPUs and is used in all subsequent series.
In June 2008 AMD released ATI Radeon HD4800 series, which are reported to be the first GPUs to achieve one teraFLOPS. On August 12, 2008, AMD released the ATI Radeon HD 4870X2 graphics card with two Radeon R770 GPUs totaling 2.4 teraFLOPS.
PCs with a DVI interface are capable of video output to an HDMI-enabled monitor. Some PCs include an HDMI interface and may also be capable of HDMI audio output, depending on specific hardware. For example, Intel's motherboard chipsets since the 945G and NVIDIA’s GeForce 8200/8300 motherboard chipsets are capable of 8-channel LPCM output over HDMI. Eight-channel LPCM audio output over HDMI with a video card was first seen with the ATI Radeon HD 4850, which was released in June 2008 and is implemented by other video cards in the ATI Radeon HD 4000 series. Linux can drive 8-channel LPCM audio over HDMI if the video card has the necessary hardware and implements the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA). The ATI Radeon HD 4000 series implements ALSA. Cyberlink announced in June 2008 that they would update their PowerDVD playback software to allow 192 kHz/24-bit Blu-ray Disc audio decoding in Q3-Q4 of 2008. Corel's WinDVD 9 Plus currently has 96 kHz/24-bit Blu-ray Disc audio decoding.
Higher end models were released in June 2010 consisting of the AMD Athlon II Neo processor and ATI Radeon HD 4225 graphics controller. These are available in onyx black, antique brass, or mesh black shells depending on model. Also released was a version of the Aspire One 521 with an AMD-V105 processor running at 1.2 GHz, an ATI Radeon 4225 graphics controller, and equipped with a HDMI port.
The last of the IdeaCentre B Series desktops released in 2010, the B310 could be equipped with Intel Core i3 or i5 processors, up to 4GB RAM, and up to 1TB hard disk drive. The desktop offered ATI Radeon HD 5450 discrete graphics, a 21.5-inch HD screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and integrated stereo speakers. The B310 also included touchscreen features, and several software applications from Lenovo which made use of this, including touch games, PowerCinema, VeriGesture, and AutoCollage.
The IdeaCentre K210 was termed as Lenovo’s “global entry into the consumer desktop market outside of China”. The desktop offered up to Intel Core 2 Quad processors, up to 3GB of DDR2 RAM, Intel GMA X3100 integrated graphics – or a 512MB ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT – Gigabit Ethernet, a 16-in-1 multicard reader and an anti-microbial keyboard. The desktop also included VeriFace facial recognition technology. This allowed users to log in to their computers by looking into the web camera.
The desktop contained an AMD Athlon II X4 640 processor, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard disk drive, and ATI Radeon HD 3000 discrete graphics. The desktop was indicated by Lenovo to be "multi-monitor friendly", with the capacity to power two displays even with the basic configuration. An optional half-height graphics card also allowed two additional monitors to be powered, for a total of four independent displays.
It only works with the following Mac GPUs: NVIDIA GeForce 320M, GT 330M, 9400M, 9600M GT, 8600M GT, GT 120, GT 130, GTX 285, 8800 GT, 8800 GS, Quadro FX 4800, FX 5600 and ATI Radeon HD 4670, HD 4850, HD 4870, HD 5670, HD 5750, HD 5770, HD 5870, HD 6490M, HD 6750M, HD 6770M, HD 6970M. If the system does not possess one of these compatible GPUs, OpenCL code will instead execute on the system's CPU.
The IdeaCentre K320 was described as a “performance gaming desktop” by Daily Connect. The desktop was equipped with up to Intel Core i7 processors, up to ATI Radeon HD 5970 2GB discrete graphics, up to 8GB DDR3 memory, and up to 1TB hard disk drive. The desktop also included the front-mounted Lenovo Power Control Switch found on the K300 desktop. This allowed users to choose between energy efficiency and greater CPU power. Bright Vision Technology was available, automatically adjusting brightness according to the user’s distance from the screen and the intensity of surrounding light.
The IdeaCentre B510 was equipped with up to Intel Core i5-650 3.2 GHz processors, the Intel H55 Express chipset, up to 16GB RAM, a 1TB 7200RPM hard disk drive, a 23 inch LCD with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a maximum resolution of 1920x1080. The desktop supported ATI Radeon HD 5570 discrete graphics, HD audio with integrated stereo speakers, and had an integrated 0.3 megapixel web camera. As with most IdeaCentre B Series desktops, the B510 had a wireless Bluetooth mouse and keyboard.
The official ATI support list lists only the ATI Radeon 3800 series desktop cards, but PowerPlay is also a listed feature of all Radeon HD 3000/4000/5000 series products. Independent reviews indicated that the latter was already lower power compared to other 3D cards, so the addition of PowerPlay to that line was clearly intended to address an increasingly power, heat and noise conscious market. The ATI Radeon HD 2600 line - which does not support PowerPlay - was being phased out in favour of the 3000 series at the same price points that also support PCI Express 2.0, DirectX 10.1 and faster GDDR3 memory.
The ThinkPad X100e is an entry-level ultraportable notebook. The X100e is available in standard non-glossy black, red, or white outer cases. It contains unusual features like the presence of three USB 2.0 ports, VGA port, Ethernet LAN port, 4-in-1 card reader, headphone and mic combo jack. Features an AMD Athlon Neo X2 Single-Core MV-40 (1.60 GHz, 512 KB) CPU, support for up to 4 GB 667 MHz DDR2 memory. It comes with ATI Radeon HD 3200 IGP 128 MB graphic cards, 11.6in HD AntiGlare (1,366 × 768-pixels) display and six-cell lithium-ion. Unlike most ThinkPads, it uses the chiclet keyboard of the ThinkPad Edge series.
PCMag was more favorable in its review of the desktop. The desktop, which offered an AMD Athlon II X4 2.2 GHz processor, up to 4GB RAM, and ATI Radeon HD 5450 discrete graphics, was described by PCMag as “a cut above more basic all-in-one desktops”. The pros were listed as the compact size, the discrete graphics, multi-touch 1080p HD screen, HDTV tuner, and wall mount. The cons were indicated to be the remote which required an IR dongle, the lack of a Blu-ray reader/writer, the lack of HDTV input besides the TV tuner, and the Microsoft Office 2007 installation, which was a trial only.
The first-generation Mac Pro has a rectangular tower case which outwardly resembles the last version of the Power Mac G5, and has similar expansion capabilities. The first Mac Pro offered a dual Dual-core Xeon Woodcrest processors. It was replaced by a dual Quad-core Xeon Clovertown model on April 4, 2007, and again on January 8, 2008 by a dual Quad-core Xeon Harpertown model. The 2012 Mac Pro is largely based on a model that was announced on July 27, 2010. It features Nehalem/Westmere architecture Intel Xeon processors. These CPUs offer optionally twelve processing cores. The machine itself at its most evolved is able to accommodate up to four 2 TB hard disk drives or 512 GB solid state drives, as well as the ATI Radeon HD 5770/5870 GPU units, one per slot.