• Futuremark develops OpenGL ES 3D Demo for DMP PICA

    Futuremark Corporation, the world’s leading provider of system performance-analysis software and services for PCs, smartphones and other handheld devices, today announced the delivery of their latest demo production to Digital Media Professionals (DMP) of Japan. Titled “Mikage”, the demo was developed for the PICA(tm) Family 2D/3D Graphics IP Core...

  • Sanyo’s DMP-M400SD DAP

    Sanyo’s got a new digital audio player poised to drop on the Japanese market, though it’ll mainly be of interest to folks with a couple of extra SD cards laying around, as the DMP-M400SD contains neither a hard drive nor any flash memory. What you are getting with this...

  • MaReNoStRuM’s Ultimate Cascade Cooler

    Our Forum Member MaReNoStRuM has shared some very interesting details on his on-going extreme cooling project. Building a multi-stage refrigeration computer cooler with 3 cooling heads for 1 CPU and 2 GPUs, he has displayed great innovations and put in huge amount of effort. Enjoy and admire his works...

  • Intel 965GM considerably hotter than its predecessor

    CALISTOGA CA, is a small and pretty town at the north end of the Napa valley, wine lover’s paradise, and also (perhaps more relevantly) the codename for Intel’s mobile 945 chipset, which is not long for this world. While the 945GM will have a lease of new life at...

  • Nokia releases N73 and N93 ‘Multimedia Computers’

    Nokia has just officially released both the N73 and N93 handsets that we’ve been following for some time. As a quick refresher, both of the phones are highlighted by 3.2 megapixel, Zeiss lens-equipped cameras, with the N93 throwing in a 3x optical zoom and support for 30fps VGA video....

  • Motorola’s MOTORIZR Z3

    What was once known as the Capri – the US Motorola team’s first 4LTR slider effort, not to be confused with the Korean team’s Z – can now be called the MOTORIZR, and the skinny is, of course, not entirely surprising. The 0.6-inch thick quad-band device features EDGE, a...

  • AMD and ATi to Create Processing Powerhouse

    AMD and ATI today announced plans to join forces in a transaction valued at approximately $ 5.4 billion. The combination will create a processing powerhouse by bringing AMD’s technology leadership in microprocessors together with ATI’s strengths in graphics, chipsets and consumer electronics. The result: A new and more formidable...

  • Core 2 Duo X6800 @ 5501MHz & SuperPi 1M @ 9.2secs

    Coolaler is on a SuperPi benchmark rampage. Speeding up the SuperPi timings each day by squeezing up the CPU MHz bit by bit, he has been smashing SuperPi World Records every other day. His latest record stands at 9.2 seconds for a 1M run with Core 2 Duo X6800...

  • Revisiting the BadAxe: Smashes 81K 3D Mark 01, 61K 03, 25.6K 05, 16K 06

    No doubt the ASUS P5WH is faster, having had bad luck with it, and no higher Multiplier available on the DFI 975X Infinity, it was definitely time to pay the Intel Bad Axe D975XBX Motherboard another visit! Both Cross-Fire and SLI were ran! Cross-Fire with Catalyst 6.6, SLI with...

  • ABIT KN9-SLI Nforce 570 SLI Mainboard Review

    Intel is getting all the limelight nowadays with their upcoming Core 2 Duo, but it’s fine time we shifted our attention back to AMD and the Socket AM2 Motherboards. Introducing the Abit KN9-SLI, based on the NVIDIA nForce 570 SLI chipset!!

  • Inno3D GF 7600GS AGP 256MB DDR2

    InnoVISION Multimedia Limited launches the Inno3D GeForce 7600GS AGP with 256MB 128bit DDR2 and HDTV for the mainstream market. Users who still have an AGP motherboard and are hesitant to change- the Inno3D GeForce 7600GS AGP is the most affordable way to upgrade for all the 7 series technology...

  • PowerColor X1600 PRO HDMI: Connecting PC to HDTV

    Tul Corporation, provider of industry-leading graphic cards, announced the availability of PowerColor X1600 Pro HDMI supporting HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection); experiencing the latest High Definition (HD) video standards at 1080p quality is now a reality. PowerColor X1600 Pro HDMI comes as a low-profile PCI Express card and includes...

  • Intel profits fall by 57%

    CHIP FIRM Intel said it had turned in net income of $ 1.1 billion on revenues of $ 8 billion for its fiducial second quarter. That represents a drop of 13 per cent in revenues compared to the same quarter last year, but net income fell by 57 per...

  • ATI set to launch X1650 Pro and X1950 XTX Series

    Theinquirer has gotten wind from various sources regarding ATI’s upcoming graphic chip solutions, the X1950 XTX and X1650 Pro. The X1950 XTX running the R580+ core will still be slower than the doubled-up GX2 but we are sure that two X1950 XTXes will beat the single 7950 GX2. The...

  • AMD to Close Geode Facility, Hints at Embedded Opterons

    According to several reports, AMD announced that it will be closing down its embedded microprocessor design facility in Longmont, Colorado. Back in 2003, AMD purchased the facility from National Semiconductor that was working on a system-on-chip processor families. These original Geode embedded processors were x86 compatible processors that were...

  • First WiFi Hard Disk in Singapore!

  • Samsung Announces 8Gb 60nm Flash Memory

    Samsung continues its advancements in the area of flash memory development with today’s announcement of 8Gb NAND flash memory devices. The new high density multi-level-cell (MLC) memory is based on a 60nm manufacturing process and allows a 25% increase in production output compared to 70nm designs.

  • Merom to top 50% of Intel notebook processors in 1Q 2007

    Intel plans to raise the proportion of Merom to over 50% of its notebook processor shipments in the first quarter of 2007, making 64-bit dual-core models the mainstream in the notebook market, according to industry sources. Intel’s latest plan will reduce production of its Yonah processors in the fourth...

  • New record of SuperPI 1M @Coolaler.com!

    Our dear friends at Coolaler has done it one again, attaining a very nice score of 9.64s, overclocking the Conroe 6800XE on SuperPi 1M!

  • Intel Adds 3G to ‘Santa Rosa’ Mobile platform, in talks of WWAN

    Intel’s Santa Rosa platform is shaping up to be quite a technology tour de force. We already know that Santa Rosa will feature Robson technology which incorporates flash memory into the motherboard to increase application performance and decrease boot/resume times. Santa Rosa will also feature a new network chip...