AMD says its Radeon HD 3400, 3600 and 3800 graphics cards and the 780G IGP chipset are the first products to receive DisplayPort certification.
“Dell is pleased to see AMD achieve the first DisplayPort Certification for PC graphics with the ATI Radeon HD 3000 series and AMD 780G,” said Bruce Montag, Office of the CTO, Dell. “The VESA DisplayPort Certified Logo assures customers that DisplayPort products interoperate and provide a great digital display experience.”
“AMD has been a driving force in the development of DisplayPort,” said Bill Lempesis, Executive Director, VESA. “The ATI Radeon HD 3000 series of graphics cards are the first source devices to achieve DisplayPort certification.”
“AMD is proud to be recognized with the selection of the ATI Radeon HD 3000 series and AMD 780G integrated graphics chipset as the first certified source devices for DisplayPort. This certification gives PC consumers next-generation display capabilities today,” said Matt Skynner, vice president of marketing, Graphics Products Group, AMD. “With twice the capacity of DVI, DisplayPort delivers a wide variety of eye popping high definition content including games, movies and advanced applications yet to be created. We honor our VESA membership by remaining committed to deliver the Ultimate Visual Experience™ to consumers with superb display technologies.”