Get wowed by the latest mobile, laptops and tablet devices showcased at Computex 2011! While many manufacturers building up various product portfolio for their brands, we also saw many extraordinary new devices in the market. Some in which actually made us difficult to categorize them into the correct category! *Constantly Updated*
The Z68 combines the best of both worlds, letting you overclock your processor and still make use of Intel Quick Sync. Throw in a few extra goodies, and is this the platform to get your hands on? Or should hardcore enthusiasts just wait till X79/Ivy Bridge?
Although the actual launch date is said to be the 8th of May, it seems like the first Z68 board has already hit retail, at least in Taiwan. The board in question is the Gigabyte Z68X-UD7-B3 which at least for the time being will be Gigabyte's flagship Z68 board. However, for those of you wanting a
Gigabyte might not be the strongest notebook brand around, but the company has come up with quite a few innovative solutions over the past couple of years that has shown that the company is trying to do things differently than its competitors. Today we're taking a look at a new model from Gigabyte called the
Not to be out done by its competitors, Gigabyte was also showing off an early Z68 board prototype at CeBIT, although in this case it appears to be a much earlier sample than its competitors were displaying, at least judging by the blue PCB, black slots and grey heatsinks. Also on display was Gigabyte's P67X-UD4
GlacialTech, provider of cooling, power supply and PC enclosure solutions for consumers and industrial applicators, has released the V-Shield Series Cooling Pads.
Even though the market is overflowing with dozens of products, most high performance CPU coolers are tower coolers and look quite similar. Nonetheless, even subtle design differences can affect the performance of the cooler vastly, making it very difficult to assess their performance solely based on their size. Today we are going to test four