A couple of months back, Altec Lansing released their inMotion which is a portable audio system for Apple Ipods. Now with the slated world wide release for the Ipod Minis, Altec Lansing announced the release of the iMmini. The new iMmini features digital amplification, high quality neodymium micro drivers, and MaxxBass(TM) technology. It is also
The latest version of the OpenGL® specification, incorporating support for the OpenGL Shading Language application programming interfaces (API), was announced today by Silicon Graphics and the OpenGL Architecture Review Board (ARB) at the SIGGRAPH 2004 industry tradeshow. One of the most important and enduring standards in the computer industry, OpenGL® 2.0 presents a revolution in
VR-Zone Overview VR-Zone was founded by Terence in 1999 which started off as a hobby site talking about hardware news, reviews, technology, overclocking and anything which is deemed interesting to the hardware enthusiasts. VR-Zone has now evolved into one of the best source for computer hardware news and reviews and is widely recognized by the
Bitboys, today announced and demonstrated the company’s new graphics processor product line for wireless and embedded devices at SIGGRAPH 2004 in Los Angeles. The new Bitboys product line covers the entire range of mobile phone platforms, with special attention devoted to developing efficient graphics cores for volume-market wireless and embedded devices. All products are available
Infineon today announced that it has successfully tested the industry’s first advanced memory buffer (AMB) test chip for next generation server modules using DDR2 DRAM. The AMB is the central part of fully buffered dual in-line memory modules (FB-DIMMs), which will be the new standard for server memory. By combining its in-house expertise in high-frequency
NVIDIA today introduced the fastest performing graphics solution in the industry with the new NVIDIA Quadro® FX 4400 model. The FX 4400 model is part of a distinctive new family of professional graphics products NVIDIA announced today and based on the PCI Express(TM) bus architecture. With NVIDIA® SLI(TM) (Scaleable Link Interface) technology to link two
Today we take a look at Thermaltake’s latest desktop case, the Tsunami. With Thermaltake a relatively new player in the enclosure industry, is their newest case worthy of your next system? Come and take a look…
OCZ has recently introduced their DDR Booster, a device that allows for manual voltage adjustment to your motherboards VDIMM, all the way up to 3.9V. Today we take a look at this new product from OCZ and we try to break the 250MHz FSB barrier while running at 2-2-2-5 timings using the DDR Booster.
H2 ’04 H2 ’05 2006 Pentium 4 Extreme Edition Prescott 2M (90nm, 2MB L2, 1066Mhz FSB) Gallatin (0.13, 2MB L3, 1066Mhz FSB) SmithField (90nm, Dual Core) 65nm Pentium 4 Prescott (90nm, 1MB L2, 800Mhz FSB) SmithField (90nm, Dual Core) 65nm Celeron Prescott-V (90nm, 256KB L2, 533Mhz FSB) Cedarmill (65nm, Single Core)
The NV43 will be known as the GeForce 6600 and there will be two versions; 6600 and 6600GT with a huge difference in clock speed. 6600 standard will be clocked at 300MHz+ and use DDR/DDR2 memory while the 6600GT will be clocked close to 500MHz core and will use GDDR3. NV43 has 8 pipeline and
LGA775 Pentium 4 retail box version with EM64T has surfaced in Akiba Japan where Intel has quietly released it earlier this week. The 64-bit Prescott comes in three speed grades; 3.2Ghz, 3.4Ghz and 3.6Ghz with S-Spec of SL7LA, SL7L8 and SL7L9 respectively. Although Intel has said that they are not releasing the 64-bit Prescott as
Iomega today introduced a bus-powered FireWire® version of the revolutionary new Iomega® REV™ drive. The new Iomega REV 35GB* 1394/FireWire drive gives Mac® users an elegant, high-performance device for backup and large file portable storage, combining the speed and ease of use of a hard drive with the removability of tape or optical products.
A combination of market missteps and a rise in third-party integrated graphics flattened NVIDIA’s Q2 revenue. The company now is in a virtual dead heat with rival ATI. NVIDIA expected the period from May to July to be traditionally soft but failed to predict that desktop graphics-chip sales would decline by 17 percent, as integrated-graphics
Crucial has recently introduced their Ballistix line of memory, aimed at the enthusiast markets. We take a look at their new low-latency DDR2-533 memory, running at 3-3-3-10. How does the memory perform? Come and take a look.
Toshiba unveiled their latest 1.8″ HDD with a capacity of 60GB recently. Till date, Apple has yet to announce their high-end version of their 4th Generation Ipods and with Toshiba unveiling their new 60GB HDD, expect 60GB versions of the Ipod to be shipped really soon.
Nicknamed the Ipod Killer by some, Creative’s new Zen Touch aims to offer a comeptitive alternative to consumers who wish to own a digital jukebox.But with Apple releasing their 4G Ipods, will this new MP3 player make the cut ? Check it out!
Default Demo, High Quality Catalyst 4.7 Catalyst 4.8 Beta Catalyst 4.9 Beta 1024 x 768 63.4 66.4 68.4 1280 x 1024 48.9 49.6 51 1600 x 1200 37 37.2 38 ATi has released a beta version of the Catalyst 4.9 yesterday meant to speed up their Radeon X800 cards on the newly released Doom III
ASUSTeK today announced an exclusive innovation for graphics performance enhancement on its 915P- and 925X-based motherboards. This latest technology, PEG (PCI Express Graphics) Link Mode, is a unique feature that enables users to boost graphics card performance for superior video quality. This feature, found only on ASUS 915P- and 925X-based motherboards, allows users to raise
Albatron is one of the first manufacturers to put their mid-ranged PCI Express graphics card on the market. Does the PCX 5750 have what it takes to stand up to the Radeon X600 XT? Come and take a look.
AMD will try to nearly triple its market share in its server segment by the end of the year through high-profile customer wins and tighter relationships with manufacturers. AMD aims to be in 10 percent of the so-called x86 servers by the end of the year. If successful, AMD could become the second-largest provider of