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MemoryNews

GeIL Releases 1.6V DDR2 Green Series

GeIL releases a series of green memories that are rated at 1.6V, lower than JEDEC standard at 1.8V for DDR2. Also, the packaging of the Green Series is made of recycled paper pulp as well. Speeds available : PC2-8500 1066MHz @ CAS 6-6-6-18, PC2-6400 800MHz @ CAS 5-5-5-15 and PC2-5300

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MotherboardsNews

ASUS Explains Marine Cool Board Features

ASUS has unveiled its new Marine Cool concept motherboard at CeBIT and here's an explanation on some of the board features. The cooling department comprised of the Ceramic-Metal Thermal Module that uses 2 different materials (ceramics and metals) to improve cooling efficiency. It sports a gun-metal gray and metallic green colours to give it a

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NewsSolid State Drives

A-DATA Showcases 512GB XPG 2.5

A-DATA has launched the 512GB XPG™ 2.5” SSD, designed for notebook and PC enthusiasts. It delivers fast transfer rate up to 230MB/s and 160MB/s read and write. It comes with SATA-II and mini-USB 2.0 port encased in a Aluminmum casing. Dimension : 10x7.1x9.2cm and weighs 85g. (more…)

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Graphics CardsNews

Palit Put 2GB GDDR3 On GeForce GTS 250

Palit announces its new custom design addition to the GT200 series: GTS 250 2GB, 1GB and 512MB. The new cards feature a higher core speed of 745MHz on its 0.8ns GDDR3 memory with a 256bit interface. The cooling system comprises of two-ball bearing PWM fan, heat-pipes, and copper base plating. The card comes with

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MotherboardsNews

VIA Shows Off Tiny Em-ITX Board

According to DigiTimes, VIA has announced a new form factor known as the Em-ITX meant for ultra-slim embedded devices. It can double the amount of I/O space and yet 30% smaller than the current Mini-ITX. At 12×17cm, the Em-ITX form factor includes unique dual I/O coastlines and an exclusive Em-IO

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Graphics CardsNews

First RV740 512MB GDDR5 Card Tested

It looks like Guru3D is lucky enough to get hold of a protoype RV740 card which is slated for launch in May. It seems like what they are having is a Radeon HD 4770 instead of a HD 4750 as it comes with 512MB of GDDR5 memories. Judging from the gaming benchmarks scores, RV740 (HD4770) performance consistenly lies

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