It is with much sadness that I report that Tyan's dual-DVI Tachyon G9600 Pro has been cancelled. TR reader Paul Green noticed that the dual-DVI version of the card had disappeared from Tyan's web site, and after checking our Tyan contact, it seems that the card has been cancelled due to "market factors."
Personally, I was quite excited about the prospect of a dual-DVI Radeon, so I'm especially disappointed to see Tyan bail on the product. Hopefully, the move doesn't sour other graphics card manufactuers on dual DVI output ports.
|1. GKey13 - $650||2. JohnC - $600||3. davidbowser - $501|
|4. cmpxchg - $500||5. DeadOfKnight - $400||6. danny e. - $375|
|7. the - $360||8. Ryszard - $351||9. rbattle - $350|
|10. Ryu Connor - $350|
|Gmail and Google Now conspire to streamline your Inbox||3|
|In the lab: WASD's Code keyboard with Cherry MX clear switches||28|
|GeForce 344.48 driver enables DSR on Kepler, Fermi GPUs||70|
|ARM intros two new CCN 'uncore' products for data center SoCs||12|
|G.Skill's Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD boasts 2000MB/s transfer rates||26|
|First Win10 Tech Preview update adds Action Center||19|
|Reports: Broadwell-E slips to 2016, but Skylake-S sampling already||30|
|Cooler Master's Mizar mouse reviewed||14|
|I just found this AMAZING trick! Call of Duty takes up 0GB if you just don't buy it!||+104|