AMD today announced the availability of their new performance desktop platform, the AMD 790GX. The AMD 790GX integrates advanced performance tuning for AMD Phenom processors, plus the ATI Radeon HD 3300 graphics, which AMD calls the world’s fastest motherboard graphics processor (mGPU).
AMD 790GX chipset shows significant increases in AMD Phenom processor performance via the introduction of Advanced Clock Calibration technology. Versatile graphics options include ATI Hybrid CrossFireX technology, which pairs the on-board ATI Radeon HD 3300 graphics with a discrete graphics card from either of the ATI Radeon HD 3400 series or ATI Radeon HD 2400 series graphics cards; or ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU technology, to enable multiple discrete graphics cards to work together to satisfy gamers demanding the best in 3D performance at maximum display resolution.
Significant tuning enhancements via Advanced Clock Calibration (ACC) on the new SB750 Southbridge introduced with the AMD 790GX make it the best platform for unlocking maximum AMD Phenom processor performance.
Built-in ATI Radeon HD 3300 graphics provide an unmatched HD and gaming experience out of the box, with flexibility to scale to high performance configurations with the addition of one or two ATI Radeon HD 4800 series discrete graphics cards.
The AMD 790GX offers DirectX 10 game compatibility, allowing casual gamers to enjoy advanced game performance, truly lifelike 3D graphics and dynamic interactivity in the latest game titles.
Gamers looking to scale their performance with the addition of a discrete graphics card can achieve superior performance with ATI Hybrid Graphics Technology, harnessing the graphics power of both a discrete graphics card and the motherboard GPU in tandem. Performance players can scale even further with ATI CrossFireX graphics technology, powering multiple ATI Radeon discrete graphics cards, to further improve 3D performance.
The AMD 790GX chipset features ATI Avivo HD, bringing full 1080p HD to performance PCs with support for the latest and most demanding formats, including VC-1, MPEG-2 and H.2646. Featuring the AMD Unified Video Decoder (UVD), it directs HD playback to the better-suited GPU rather than to the CPU so consumers may enjoy a smooth and energy efficient HD viewing experience—virtually no lag, stalling or dropped scenes—in the latest Blu-ray titles. In addition, PC’s built around the AMD 790GX help give consumers tremendous flexibility with a broad range of video interfaces, including DisplayPort, DVI and HDMI, and with support for AMD Surroundview consumers may connect to multiple monitors.
Via the AMD site.
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