Cebit 2005: S3 Graphics´s GammaChrome, OmniChrome, and Eden-based servers
We continue our Cebit 2005 report. Now have a look at the new products from S3 Graphics.
First of all, here are the GammaChrome PCI-Express graphics (see features on the slides below). As you can see, the company positions these novelties against mid-end ATI RADEON X600 XT and such. 3Dmark05 results are rather good, but will the novelties perform the same in games? Well, it´s a matter of time. The reference card looks good as well, but I still think the PCB design is too expensive.
GammaChrome graphics in action in the VIA PT894 based testbed:
The same GammaChrome product in another package introduced for the mobile segment. The package is unified for the core and memory chips.
The company announced details of the new mobile graphics — MXM — along with a corresponding GammaChrome product:
Then here´s the OmniChrome AGP graphics:
And the new server on EPIA DP-310 Mini-ITX motherboard and two 1GHz Eden N processors (in nanoBGA package; both are covered by that aluminium heatsink):
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