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AMD Announces ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 Graphics Chip

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Computex 2008, AMD today announced the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800, tripling top-of-the line graphics performance in comparison to the previous generation ATI Mobility Radeon GPUs. Joining the previously announced ATI Mobility Radeon 3000 family, the new ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series offers notebook manufacturers the ability to deliver fast graphics performance, energy-efficient 55nm graphics processor technology, amazing video playback, and, for the first time ever, ATI CrossFireX technology for a mobile graphics solution.


ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series coupled with the AMD Turion X2 Ultra Processors, the AMD 7-Series Chipset, and industry-leading wireless technologies like 802.11n Draft 2.0 form the next-generation AMD notebook platform, also announced today, for the ultimate in HD visual performance on the go.

Notebooks equipped with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series allow users to experience the power of HD with graphics processing designed for work and play to satisfy the needs of the most demanding graphics professionals on the go.

“The ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 is the most feature-rich notebook graphics solution we have ever produced,” said Matt Skynner, vice president of marketing, Graphics Products Group, AMD. “It’s an ‘uber-performance’ chip that beats all comers. Our notebook manufacturing customers now have the ability to create the ultimate in notebook solutions that feature amazing energy efficiency coupled with next-generation, unsurpassed mobile graphics technologies.”

As the only high-performance mobile graphics solution capable of supporting applications created using Microsoft DirectX 10.1, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series offers superb HD game performance and life-like realism for The Ultimate Visual Experience. New PCI Express 2.0 support enables fast throughput and superior overall system performance -- ideal for high-performance gamers. Notebooks with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series will allow users to enjoy the latest Blu-ray movies in full-HD 1080p resolution2 and free the CPU for other tasks. The ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series also provides break-through energy efficiency with improved performance-per-watt to deliver exceptional battery life.

The ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 features a variety of new technologies designed to improve overall notebook performance:
  • The Ultimate Visual Experience is enabled with next generation Unified Shader Architecture, immense processing power and a 256-bit GDDR3 memory interface. The ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3800 series delivers feature-rich graphics for astonishing image quality and optimal 3D modeling application performance.
  • ATI CrossFireX technology for mobile graphics delivers high-performance PC gaming by combining multiple ATI Radeon graphics in a single notebook PC to increase graphics quality and performance. ATI CrossFireX is designed to the latest industry-standards for notebooks today.
  • PCI Express 2.0 offers more than enough horsepower for the most demanding professional graphics applications by boosting 3D graphics performance while providing fast throughput resulting in an excellent overall system performance.
  • ATI Avivo HD Technology is the high-performance engine for advanced image and video technology, while freeing the CPU from compute-intensive video decoding tasks. ATI Avivo HD Technology delivers smooth full HD format video playback and photo editing with brilliant colors and sharp images, ideal for professionals demanding the next level of display technology excellence.
  • Energy-efficient 55nm graphics processor technology helps extend battery life and conserve energy.
  • ATI PowerPlay technology dynamically delivers the optimal balance between performance and power to suit performance requirements for long battery life and superior performance-per-watt operation.
  • Breakthrough Performance-per-watt is critical to users who demand exceptional performance and power saving features that help lower power consumption.
  • New design size implementation allows the chip to run cool, producing less heat so that notebook delivers the power, performance and efficiency users crave.
Source: AMD
 

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i would never buy a new laptop with ATi graphics in -

Ive got 1 now & the whole interface thing even though its real basic - takes too long to start up when my XP boots.

I had a smilar problem on my PC back when i was running my X1800XT - & now that ive got a 8800GTS in my pc everything thing is pretty smooth while booting - no need to wait for the ATi thing to initiate
 
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If you mean Catalyst Control Centre, yeah it does like to take its time loading, but I find it's not that long, since I have to end up waiting for other stuff to laod at the same time, it makes no difference to me.
I would definitely buy a laptop with a HD 3800 if it was cheap enough. In fact, I might actually do so if I move out.
Still, I thought these had been announced quite a while ago, already.
 
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never had a problem like you guys are describing :confused: would be interesting to see how these perform
 
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ccc loads up pretty quick last time i checked, been improved recently. but maybe thats just under vista, but i just use ati tray tools anyway,
 

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Its probably partially down to my laptop spec lol

gawd bless its ikle cotton socks - its a sub laptop but i treat it like a desktop.

Core Duo 1.66Ghz, 2Gb 667Mhz DDR2.

Im sure it would fly if i made that 2Gb ddr2 into 3Gb. - who knows. all i know is i cant afford it right now & Im planning to get a new laptop in the future anyway but really thats no excuse seeing as ram is so cheap these days.

Eventually i'l get around to installing a new copy of XP on it. give the system a right flushing out. might even go vista as im waiting for my XP to corrupt like it use to when i first bought it but ive had the same XP loaded on for god knows how long.


::EDIT::

I do not endorse or recommend vista - but there comes a time where every man has to put down his guns & say "C'mon motherf**ker"

P.S no doubt Vista will completely screw over my laptop resources.
 
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I actually prefer Vista over XP >.<

Less buggy.

Then again my only copy of XP is TinyXP Platinum.
 

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I cannot wait for this... 3800ftw.
 
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Sweet. About time they put the 3800 series in mobility form.