Matrox releases their new C900 GPU

Yes, Matrox is still alive

Matrox releases their new C900 GPU

Matrox releases their new C900 GPU

In the past, the market for gaming oriented GPUs was more than just a two-horse race between ATI/AMD and Nvidia, with many other brands competing for attention like Voodoo and Matrox. Today most of these brands are dead, but Matrox is still alive and well, though we do not expect them to be re-entering the gaming market anytime soon. 

Matrox has released their new C900 GPU, which uses an unspecified AMD GPU core and 4GB of VRAM to power up to nine 1920x1200 displays at 60Hz, making this GPU perfect for the digital signage market. Earlier this month the Matrox C-series of GPUs won an AV Award for Digital Signage Product of the year, showcasing how much famous the Matrox brand still is. 

Matrox releases their new C900 GPU


While Matrox's C900 does support DirectX 12, it is by no means a gaming oriented GPU, simply put it is an AMD GPU core design that has been used for a low power graphics solution for commercial applications where a large number of displays need to be used at once.   


You can join the discussion on Matrox's C900 display adapter on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

24-10-2016, 07:27:49

Matrox! Now that's a blast from the techy past.Quote

24-10-2016, 09:40:37

Now that is a blast from the past! I remember buying Matrox cards for our office PC's in late 90's


24-10-2016, 12:24:59

So its just a low end AMD GPU with some extra video outs?Quote

24-10-2016, 19:01:33

Matrox still make the best multi screen display cards on the market. Im talking professional 16 TV/monitors purely for business and advertising.

They just dropped out of the GPU for gaming market.Quote

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