Rob Rodriguez.Com (April 2009) -ATI FirePro V5700 - "I'm happy to report the FirePro V5700 preformed flawlessly, not one glitch in the week I used it. No graphics lock ups, no parts of the screen refusing to refresh, no black background in the SolidWorks graphics area."
Tom’s Hardware (March 2009) - AMD FirePro V8700: High-End Workstation Graphics - "We can recommend the ATI FirePro V8700 as an ideal product for demanding all-around graphics professionals, without any doubts or hesitation whatsoever."
3D Professor (August 2008) - EXCLUSIVE AMD (ATI) FirePro (FireGL) V5700 Mid Range Professional Graphics Card - "It remains so that the precious diamond studded golden crown in the professional graphic card arena remains firmly in the clutch of ATI'S FirePro titanium fist."
Hot Hardware (December 2008) - ATI FirePro V8700 Workstation Graphics Card - "The FirePro is a massive shot in the arm for the product line and delivers on almost every front. ATI has not only addressed every major concern we had about their last generation FireGL V8600-series, but they have enhanced their workstation-class product offerings in other ways as well, while keeping the price point in check. The result is a highly refined product which feels properly tuned to the workstation market."
Cadalyst (March 2008) - AMD's ATI FireGL Graphics Cards - "The new ATI FireGL graphics cards V3600, V5600 and V7600 reviewed here are based on the R600 graphics processor, and they feature dual 400 MHz random-access memory digital-to-analog converters (RAMDACs). They represent excellent performance for the price, regardless of the individual card you might choose."
3D Professor (March 2008) - EXCLUSIVE AMD's ATI FireGL™ V7700 - '"ATI] FireGL V7700 has completely run away with all that has been thrown at it.' 'We must also remember the new V7700 is the first professional graphics card to fully support the new DisplayPort technology which means maximum resolution of 2560x1600 in 10-bit colour depth with DRM support. This also sees a reduction in precious KWH output and a single cable for audio and video output."
Hot Hardware (February 2008) - Mid-Range Workstation GPU Shootout - "in this space, ATI currently has a better performing product across the board with the FireGL V5600 512 MB card. While Nvidia has a few wins here and there, overall the FireGL V5600 is simply a stronger product."
3D World (February 2008) - ATI FireGL™ V5600 and ATI FireGL™ V7600 Reviews - 'It's one of the fastest professional 3D accelerators around, yet it costs a lot less than its predecessors in the FireGL range.'"