GALAXY today launches two new Low Profile cards for HTPC users; GeForce 9500 GT and GeForce 9400 GT, both equipped with 512MB of DDR2 memories. The core is clocked at 550MHz with 32 shader processors clocked at 1375MHz. The memory is clocked at 800MHz on 128-bit memory interface. The cards come with a D-sub, DVI and
VR-Zone managed to score a GT218 card drawing which should give us an idea how the actual card might look like. Nvidia is working on the entry level GT218 cards currently and we will probably see some samples during CeBIT in March and a launch in April. GT218 is the first 40nm based GPU from Nvidia and there are at least 4
Not letting Danger Den steal the limelight, EKWaterBlocks too unveils water blocks for GeForce GTX 295 reference design. The cool thing about this water block is that the middle part is made of acrylic glass and can be lit up with two 5mm LED diodes. The bases are made of electrolytic copper. Another cool thing is that is
It seems the bad bump/underfill issue doesn’t just plagued some of the Nvidia G84/G86 notebook GPUs. Their 3 year old “high end” G71M GPUs might suffer the same problem as well. For your information, notebooks with GeForce Go 7950 GTX, Go 7900 GTX and Go 7900 GS are based on G71M. Click for more details.
Danger Den has produced a small batch of GTX295 blocks that have gone on sale on their website for US$189.95. It is fully compatible with all the reference GTX295 cards out there.
We first told you about the GeForce 9600 GT Green Edition card a while back and now we have some sneak peek on the card itself. What differs from the current GeForce 9600 GT cards is the PCB itself. We can expect this card to be priced cheaper (less than US$90 perhaps) than the current 9600GT cards due
Palit GeForce GTX260 Sonic 216SP is the first custom designed graphics card based on the 55nm GT200 GPU. The memory is clocked at 2.2GHz with a core frequency of 625MHz. The card’s dual fan cooling system comes with two PWM fans and three heat-pipes that allows the card to be clocked higher.
Nvidia will soon roll out a special edition of the GeForce 9600 GT card with lower power consumption. This card is known as GeForce 9600 GT Green Edition based on the new 55nm G94-350-B1 core. The reason why Nvidia called it Green Edition is because its core voltage is 0.1V lower than the current 55nm G94
NVIDIA has finally answered AMD’s HD4870 X2 with the GTX 295. Does it deliver?
LEADTEK announces its latest WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+ with a new graphics card packaging design. This card has 216 shader processors and is clocked at 602MHz for the core.
Recently, we revealed the 40nm desktop GPUs lineup from Nvidia and now we will reveal their 40nm mobile GPUs lineup for this year to give you a better picture. Nvidia naming scheme for mobile side is pretty confusing, let alone the number of re-branding and renaming taking place but we have compiled a nice table to make it easy for you to
According to some documents VR-Zone has seen, Nvidia is preparing move to 40nm process technology for their top to bottom GPU line-up by Q2 next year. This transition to 40nm will first take place with their high end GT212 GPU in Q2 follows by the mainstream GT214 and GT216 as well as value GT218 in Q3. Read more to
Nvidia apparently has a solution to the problems faced by many in their notebooks powered by GeForce 8M series, that is, to encourage the OEM/ODMs to buy their new problem free chips. Of course, this doesn’t solve the issues faced by current users and there won’t be any replacement for them. Nvidia has come out with a new GPU
SPARKLE today announced the SPARKLE GeForce 9600 GT and GeForce 9800 GT Low Profile 512MB GDDR3 Graphics Cards, providing powerful 3D performance and HD experience to HTPC enthusiasts with low profile design and native HDMI support.
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As you can see that a slew of GeForce GTX 295 previews are out today, some 20 days before its official launch at CES next month. Certainly, it is a tried and proven method employed by the red camp previously. The main motive is to deter people from purchasing the HD 4870 X2 this Christmas and wait for their GTX
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 a BETA version of the
PNY announces the availability of two new graphics boards: NVIDIA Quadro FX4800 and Quadro FX5800. Quadro FX4800 has 192 cores and 1.5GB memories while FX5800 has 240 cores and 4GB graphics memories. Quadro FX4800 : 1569€ VAT exc. and Quadro FX5800 : 2859€ VAT exc.
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 standard. This nettop has a
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 settings and drivers used so