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ECS Releases A790GXM-AD3 For Phenom II

ECS today releases the A790GXM-AD3 Black Series motherboard disclosing the extraordinary gaming performance of AMD’s latest Dragon platform. Supporting the latest AMD Phenom™ II processors, ATI CrossFireX™ technology, and the dual channel DDR3 memory architecture, ECS A790GXM-AD3 unleashes the full potential of hardware components that gamers are always eager for.

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MemoryNews

OCZ Unveils Blade Series Triple Channel Memory Kit

OCZ introduced the Blade Series Triple Channel Memory kit rated at DDR3-2000 CL 7-8-7 using the new Blade 2000 heatspreader.  The new propriety design has numerous channels that increase the surface area to more efficiently offload heat away from the memory chips and PCB. Blade 2000 modules will be showcased at

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LaptopsNews

Nvidia Provides Notebook Graphics Drivers Download

Users with notebooks equipped with NVIDIA GPUs now have the added flexibility of downloading upgradeable graphics drivers directly from NVIDIA.com so they can immediately take advantage of new features, improved application compatibility, and performance optimizations. Starting today, customers with GeForce® 8 and 9-series GPUs or Quadro NVS-equipped notebooks can download

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Nvidia MCP79 Based Atom Nettop First Look

VR-Zone now provides you a glimpse of the Nvidia reference design of their nettop platform based on the MCP79 chipset. This chipset is single chip package and contains MCH, GPU and ICH functionalities so as to remove the needs for cables and offer more IO capabilities than the current Pico

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Graphics CardsNews

Nvidia Loses XFX To AMD – No Longer Exclusive

PINE today announced that its graphics division, XFX, is partnering with AMD. The collaboration will incorporate the award-winning ATI Radeon™ HD 4000 series GPUs into XFX’s already impressive line of extreme performance graphics cards. XFX will debut its first ATI Radeon™ HD 4000 series-based cards in early 2009. (more…)

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MemoryNews

Chaintech Releases APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Kits

Walton Chaintech introduces its new APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Module Kits (DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600 & DDR3-1866 ) specifically for the Intel® Core™ i7 processor / Intel® X58 Express Chipset. All series of APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Module Kits are made of 8-layer PCB and chips of famous memory manufacturer, which are

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MemoryNews

OCZ Flex EX Water-Cooled Ready Memories Available

OCZ today unveiled the Flex EX memory series encompasses the needs of enthusiasts, power users, and gamers with incredible frequencies up to DDR3-2000, and DDR2-1200 as the fastest DDR2 4GB kit available. Each Flex EX memory module features the integrated liquid injection system design which originated in the OCZ Flex XLC

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Graphics CardsNews

GeForce GTX 295 vs HD 4870 X2 Benchmarks

Seems like more GeForce GTX 295 card photos and details have surfaced today along with several benchmarks done internally by Nvidia. The specs remains the same of what we have reported earlier. According to the graph, the GTX 295 card is faster than HD 4870 X2 in the recent games but no details on the

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MotherboardsNews

Nvidia Chipset For Intel Atom Supports SLI

VR-Zone has learned that Nvidia is preparing a special version of their MCP7A chipset to support Intel Atom processors. More interestingly, the chipset offers support for SLI technology by offering two PCIe x8 links. The MCP7A chipset can support up to 4 DIMM slots with DDR2-533/667/800 memories. Other features include HD Audio,

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AMD 880G Chipset Details

AMD AM3 processors (Athlon X4, Phenom II X3, Phenom II X4) will get a new 55nm chipset by Q3 next year. AMD 880G chipset will form part of the AMD Live! "Pisces" platform. AMD 880G will feature a integrated Radeon HD 3450 (RV620) DX10.1 graphics core, DDR3 support, HyperTransport 3.0, Universal Video Decoder 2 (UVD 2),

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Official MSI Wind NetBOX Photos & Specs

MSI is going to showcase their Wind NetBOX over at CES 2009 in January and VR-Zone now provides you a glimpse of their upcoming product in high resolution. Take note that the official name is Wind NetBOX instead of Windbox and will rival against ASUS Eee Box series. The Wind NetBOX

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