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Thread: Matrox announces next-gen multi-display cards powered by AMD GPUs

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    Default Matrox announces next-gen multi-display cards powered by AMD GPUs

    Hmmm as expected this place is a ghost town...but hey here is some Matrox hardware news for the first time in three years!


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    Quote Originally Posted by GT98 View Post
    Hmmm as expected this place is a ghost town...but hey here is some Matrox hardware news for the first time in three years!


    http://www.tweaktown.com/news/40045/...pus/index.html
    This might be good. I like professional cards. Maybe when I build a desktop again.

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    I certainly miss powerdesk.

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    keyword "soon"
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    Yes the G800 is almost ready
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    Blast from the past.

    Now, it's a shame that Matrox can't produce a decent GPU anymore. And about their choice... at least they are consistent with their hate towards Linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greebe View Post
    Yes the G800 is almost ready
    LOL. This must be like about the only site/forum in the world where people would still understand this. And who knows? Maybe they'll actually call it G800-series!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greebe View Post
    Yes the G800 is almost ready
    Oh wait don't forget the NDAs. ....LOL!!! Once a Beta Boyz always a Beta Boyz.

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    Wow, let us know what its like, okay? Some pics would be nice as well.
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    Wait, didn't AMD decide to cease (discrete) GPU production and concentrate on APUs? Guess Matrox is getting out of options.

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    Really? That would seem strange to me. I would think you'd do GPUs to innovate and then integrate those matured innovations into APUs.
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