Tagan PSUs to Power the ATI Radeon

"Tagan Technology Co.has announced that its market leading ‘Tagan’ high end power supply units (PSU) has been chosen as the launch partner and main PSU for AMD’s newly announced ATI Radeon."

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Tagan PSUs to power the ATI Radeon

Tagan Technology Co., the leading manufacturer of high end power supply units, has announced that its market leading ‘Tagan’ high end power supply units (PSU) has been chosen as the launch partner and main PSU for AMD’s newly announced ATI Radeon HD 2000 Series family of graphic cards. ‘Silverpower’, a mid range PSU family from Tagan Technology Co., has also been selected by AMD to power its mid range systems.

As a part of this arrangement, AMD will extensively promote Tagan on its demo systems for the newly launched GPU family as well as on its popular web storefronts.

"Tagan PSUs are specifically designed to power super fast, high performance GPUs like the cutting edge ATI Radeon? HD 2000 series”, says Vincent Chen, CEO of Tagan Technology Co., “Our energy efficient, low noise, active PFC enabled, ESD protected, reliable PSUs enable the powerful AMD GPU to apply hardware acceleration and enhanced video functions while keeping power consumption and heat levels low,” he added.

The entire AMD ATI Radeon HD 2000 Series features the latest Avivo HD technology including the new Universal Video Decoder (UVD) and Advanced Video Processor (AVP). UVD provides hardware acceleration of H.264 and VC-1 high definition video formats used by Blu-ray and HD DVD while the AVP allows the GPU to apply hardware acceleration and video processing functions while keeping power consumption low.

At the top of the ATI Radeon HD 2000 Series family of graphics cards, is the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT. The ATI Radeon HD 2900 series features 320 stream processors with a 512-bit memory interface and native CrossFire support. The ATI Radeon HD 2900 series products also support 128-bit HDR rendering, up to 24x anti-aliasing support and integrated HDMI output capabilities with 5.1 surround sound.

“The ATI Radeon HD 2000 Series, paired with Tagan’s low noise power supply units, delivers the ultimate value experience to users. The performance exhibited from the new AMD graphics family compliments our continuous drive for advanced technology,” said Naninni Yu, USA branch manager, Tagan Technology Co.

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16-05-2007, 11:53:12

nathan
Anyone have any experiance with VMware server?

I'm trying to set up a mail server, i configure and install it fine in a virtual machine, but i can not access the web gui using the host pc, or another on the network. Now i know the install went fine (clarkconnect). I have a feeling its a setting in vmware. I would like it to have an ip as if it were a real machine on the network.

Anyone know what setting i will need, bridged ect.

Ta much!

16-05-2007, 12:17:14

Jim
I normally use the standard bridged settings in vmware and then set up my linux install with a static IP address etc.

Can you ping the IP you've assigned to your linux box?

16-05-2007, 13:00:24

nathan

I normally use the standard bridged settings in vmware and then set up my linux install with a static IP address etc.

Can you ping the IP you've assigned to your linux box?



yeah, i've set it up with bridged and i cannot ping it. Will loom over the settings again.

EDIT: just checked my settings, vmware is set to bridge with my enabled nic. Linux has a static ip of 192.168.0.100, same mask as the rest of the network. But it has a bcask of 192.68.0.255, what the hell is bask? is the same as gateway?

16-05-2007, 13:28:07

Jim

yeah, i've set it up with bridged and i cannot ping it. Will loom over the settings again.

EDIT: just checked my settings, vmware is set to bridge with my enabled nic. Linux has a static ip of 192.168.0.100, same mask as the rest of the network. But it has a bcask of 192.68.0.255, what the hell is bask? is the same as gateway?



Is that deffo the broadcast address you have in there? It's missing a 1 from 168 if it is..

16-05-2007, 16:31:31

nunzio
sure there isnt a firewall blocking the pings/icmp?

Use vmware server on about 15 servers, i know it a fair bit.

16-05-2007, 17:36:34

nathan

sure there isnt a firewall blocking the pings/icmp?

Use vmware server on about 15 servers, i know it a fair bit.



sorted it out, that broadcast address was missing a 1, just like xms said. Still cant get to the web gui of clarkconnect.

i have ubuntu 7.04 server installed, you know of any good guides to setting up a mail server?

ta!

16-05-2007, 17:41:24

Jim

sorted it out, that broadcast address was missing a 1, just like xms said. Still cant get to the web gui of clarkconnect.

i have ubuntu 7.04 server installed, you know of any good guides to setting up a mail server?

ta!



It might be a bit of a learning curve, but google DBMail. Its a mail server based on a MySQL back end. Possibly a bit OTT for what you want, but it has soem great features.

16-05-2007, 17:53:42

nathan

It might be a bit of a learning curve, but google DBMail. Its a mail server based on a MySQL back end. Possibly a bit OTT for what you want, but it has soem great features.




fairly confident with mysql, so it might be ok. I just wish i had more time to play with linux. :(

17-05-2007, 04:39:22

nunzio
http://flurdy.com/docs/postfix/

The setup guide i used for my home mail server..

http://www.roundcube.net/

Just found this, looks like a nice frontend webmail client.
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