AMD/Ati: Tech demos from 2001 until 2009 with DirectX 11 demo Ladybug/Mecha
Since 2001 AMD/Ati releases a new technology demo on the launch of a new GPU generation. Those tech demos are supposed to introduce the advantages of the respective Radeon graphics cards. PC Games Hardware takes a looks back.
PC Games Hardware presents screenshots of the Ati Radeon tech demos which are supposed to introduce the advantages of Radeon graphics cards since 2001.
We don't claim that this list is complete, but in combination with our Special Ruby in the course of time, we provide a good overview over the AMD/Ati tech demos. It's going to be interesting to see what the programmers come up with for the successor of the HD 4800 series.
Update: September 23, 2009
Today we have upgraded our picture gallery with impressions of the tech demo of Ati's Radeon HD 5870, which has been officially launched today. As usual you can find the new screenshots in the first positions of the gallery below.
Update October 29, 2009:
After AMD published their DirectX 11 tech demos last weekend we provide some impressions of the two DirectX 11 demos to all PC Games Hardware readers who don't have a DirectX 11 system including Windows 7 (or since yesterday officially Vista as well).
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