Traditionally Gigabyte's consumer motherboard division has steered clear of the entry-level workstation market, so we were quite surprised to see its GA-X79S-UD5 board on display at CeBIT, although we'd been told that the company was working on such a product. The S in the model name apparently stands for server, although this is much more
It's fairly likely that you've never heard of Boston Ltd, a UK distributor and white box server and workstation manufacturer. The company has teamed up with Danish Asetek to deliver a fully water cooled workstation using Asetek's famous water cooling solutions with four Nvidia cards and two brand spanking new Intel Xeon E5 processors.
If you're familiar with Genius, then you've mostly likely encountered their input peripherals which are generally quite affordable, if not exactly being the best kit you can get out there. At CeBIT the company was showing off something that we didn't really expect to see, a portable projection screen with built in speakers.
It's funny how one product can lead to a new and quite different product and in the case of Sapphire the company feels that it's Vapor-X graphics card coolers have been so popular that it's highly likely that we'll see CPU coolers using the Vapor-X technology from the company. As such the company was demoing
One of the most frustrating things when you're at a trade show isn't the crowds, the noise of even the bad lighting when you're trying to take pictures, but actually the Perspex used to cover the hardware, so apologies for the fairly poor pictures of Sapphire's otherwise utterly and totally over the top graphics cards.
At the launch of the 7-series chipset Asus is expected to have three different P8Z77-V models ready, the P8Z77-V, P8Z77-V Pro and P8Z77-V Deluxe. The differences between the three models are fairly subtle, yet there's enough difference that any potential buyer will have to pick carefully to get the right board.
As far as going after niche markets, Asus' TUF series is one of those peculiar products that isn't necessarily selling towards its intended target market, nor does the product range really fit in as it sits on its own as a side-line to many of Asus' other board ranges. The latest addition is the Sabertooth
Although not available at the launch of Intel's new 7-series chipset, we can see a lot of Asus R.O.G. fans waiting to upgrade until Asus releases the Maximus V Formula. Not only has the company brought back water cooling to the R.O.G. platform, but there's plenty of other features on offer, some that were weren't
ASUS has unveiled a number of new ROG gaming products at CeBIT 2011. These include the G74Sx gaming laptop, the Rampage III Black Edition motherboard and MATRIX GTX 580 graphics cards for enthusiasts, VG278H 3D monitor, RT-N66U high performance dual-band wireless router, and the Vulcan-ANC gaming headset.
We're sure you've heard of Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360, a 'controller-free gaming and entertainment experience'. Well, here's something quite similar. Meet the ASUS WAVI Xtion, the world's first motion-sensing experience package for the PC!
Echoing the CeBIT 2011 theme of 'Work and Life in the Cloud', ASUS will showcase four different tablet computers including the Eee Slate EP121 and Eee Pad MeMO, along with the latest motion-sensing technology called WAVI Xtion, the all-new AMD Brazos-packing K series notebooks and a wide range of gaming products designed for a superior
We’ve seen some new solid state drives recently; the RealSSD C300 by Crucial, and the Vertex Limited Edition by OCZ. Team Group is joining in the party, and will be displaying their latest Xtreem-S1 solid state drive featuring the Sandforce controller at CeBIT 2010. Read more for the full specifications.
Team Group will be announcing a limited edition Xtreem LV DDR3 2400MHz 4GB (2 x 2GB) kit at CeBIT 2010. This high performance memory kit is targeted at enthusiasts and extreme overclockers. A 24-hour factory test using the industry-approved Memtest software is performed on all these 2400MHz modules before they are shipped for retail. Full memory module