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AMD unveils new label for game PCs

Posted on Monday, May 19 2008 @ 22:01:51 CEST by


In an attempt to boost its sales, AMD unveiled a new label for gaming PCs. This isn't really aimed at computer enthusiasts but at mainstream gamers, this label could help them to ensure they don't buy a system with a crappy graphics card or worse, only an IGP).

The standard AMD Game! label requires a system with at least an AMD Athlon X2 5600+ processor, Radeon HD 3650 graphics and a AMD 770 or NVIDIA nForce 500-series chipset. The processor maker claims such a system should be powerful enough to play games at a 1280 x 1024 pixel resolution with a framerate of 30FPS or more. There's also the AMD Game! Ultra label, this requires at least a Phenom X4 9650 processor, Radeon HD 3870 graphics and the AMD 770 chipset. Such a system should be capable of running gaming with a resolution of 1600 x 1200 at 30FPS.

On the right you can see an example of a game PC badge from AMD.
AMD believes consumers should have a balanced platform with matched and tested components that meet their needs – not compromise their overall computing experience by choosing which components and software are more valuable. Computers should have the power to surge through the demanding moments of gaming action or HD entertainment without stutter or lag. The AMD GAME! initiative helps ensure that the computer system has been optimized for gaming with the right graphics and processor components. Hardware and PC components that carry the AMD GAME! logo let PC buyers and do-it-yourself gamers know they will have a customized and exceptional gaming experience.

“AMD and Microsoft share the vision of delivering better gaming experiences on PCs running Microsoft® Windows® operating systems,” said Kevin Unangst, Microsoft’s senior global director of Games for Windows. “Microsoft’s Games for Windows program and AMD are both working to expand gaming accessibility and ease of use to consumers. Games for Windows titles and Microsoft’s gaming hardware, along with the AMD GAME! initiative, are great examples of how we can bring more value to PC gamers across the industry.”

As part of the AMD GAME! initiative, AMD is dedicated to working closely with industry leaders to help create personal computer configurations that are optimized for all types of users.

“AMD GAME! is a great initiative that will help Acer drive consumers toward the best solution for their gaming needs,” said Brian Bogaard, product business manager – EMEA desktop PC, Acer. “PC gaming is an important area for Acer and with AMD’s help, we can meet the expectations of consumers with a solid gaming experience.”

“We are happy to see the growing interest in PC gaming and now AMD is adding a much needed program to help continue that trend,” Patrick Cooper, director of product group, Alienware. “The AMD GAME! Experience enables Alienware to quickly and easily help consumers identify the experience that is right for them and the high performance Alienware solution that delivers it.”

“AMD GAME! is a great program to help consumers easily identify a solution that addresses their gaming needs,” said David Reid, vice president of marketing at NCsoft North America. “With this partnership, we hope to ensure consumers will enjoy our titles at the highest levels of quality possible.”
AMD GAME! platforms are available immediately on-line from system builders such as Alienware, Cyberpower, iBuypower, Maingear and Velocity Micro; retail availability is expected in the second half of 2008.


 



 

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