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Submitted by mpctips 1113d ago | news

AMD Announces FirePro S10000 Professional Graphics Card

Maximum PC: Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) on Monday introduced what it claims is the industry's most powerful server graphics card, the AMD FirePro S10000. The Sunnyvale chip designer says the FirePro S10000 is the first professional-grade card to exceed 1 teraflop of double-precision floating-point performance (1.48 teraflops), as well as 5.91 teraflops of peak single-precision performance. (AMD, AMD FirePro S10000, PC, PC hardware)

newsguy  +   1113d ago
it looks like a gaming GPU
Trunkz Jr  +   1112d ago
Read the article, it's not meant for Gaming.
andresegers  +   1113d ago
Looks good
Psychonaughty  +   1112d ago
I would never buy an AMD again after the travesty of the 7000 series, had to have two replaced because of major crashing and eventually a Geforce GTX 670 fixed it :)

I like competition as much as the next guy but it seems AMD are a joke in reliability and with patching (also my 8120 couldn't run wow for shit).
GameSpawn  +   1112d ago
My dual 7770 setup (both XFX AMDs) has been treating me fine. The only issue I EVER ran into was the travesty of Catalyst 12.8 - there was an annoying memory issue with this version and Firefox and crossfire being enabled.

I used to be hardcore Nvidia, but AMD has caught up feature-wise and AMD cards tend to run a bit cooler for the same performance. Ultimately my break from Nvidia was when they released their 8000 and 9000 series GeForce cards that ran absurdly hot - hell there was a lawsuit over the issue - never trusted Nvidia since.
Psychonaughty  +   1112d ago
I meant 8000 series not 7000 series...I used to be the same, I was put off Nvidia cos of a couple bad cards but I was so let down by my 8120 that I mentioned was replaced twice but still had major issues, it crashed repeatedly and also ran games very very badly, it would take alot to make me go back after that tbh.

(Also my GTX670 runs games much better and much quieter).

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