Seeing more, doing more; a guide to putting multiple monitors to work, or play

Posted by Jon Peddie on April 16th 2010 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: amd gaming production multiscreen

Jon Peddie

We have been proponents of multi-screen displays forever, and have run almost every combination there is for over two decades now. Possibly the largest monitor in a cluster we ever had was a Sony 24-inch CRT Trinitron that weighed over 300 pounds. We’ve cabled notebooks to external monitors and built

Nvidia GTX 480 benchmarks

Posted by Kathleen Maher on April 16th 2010 | Permalink
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Kathleen Maher

Benchmarking is very time consuming and we have great admiration for those websites that get so much of it done right after an AIB is released. This is our second series of tests on the Nvidia GTX 480. Since it’s Nvidia’s flagship product, and has taken so long to

Reviewing the Boxx 4850 Extreme workstation

Posted by Alex Herrera on April 2nd 2010 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review,
Tags: amd review firepro

Alex Herrera

... and another look at the AMD FirePro 8750 At JPR, we get several opportunities over the course of a year to check out OEMs’ new workstation models. And while we always see or learn one or two new things, by and large, the differences are usually relatively minor. After all, they’