• Iomega ScreenPlay Multimedia Drives

    Iomega announced the new family of Iomega® ScreenPlay™ Multimedia Drives, a group of HDD based products with built-in multimedia playback capability, making them digital media jukeboxes for photos, songs and video files that can be used with virtually any television or audio-video system in the world. Simply use the...

  • GeForce 7800 GS For OEM Only

    According to sources from the OEMs, NVIDIA will still release GeForce 7800 GS but will only make available to the OEM market in the current plan. GeForce 7800 GS will be based on G70 architecture but will only sport 16 pixel pipelines and 6 vertex pipes. It will be...

  • NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GS AGP Next Week

    NVIDIA is fulfilling its promises and will start shipping its GeForce 6800 GS AGP cards next week. NVIDIA has a massive shortage of AGP chips and that it cannot print enough 6600 based chips and bridge it back with HSI bridge chip. Unlike the 6800 GS PCIe, the AGP...

  • Radeon X1600 In 512MB Flavors

    According to TweakPC, the Radeon X1600 Pro and XT will try to reach during Christmas with 512MB and the good thing is that it wouldn’t be much more expensive than the 256MB versions.

  • ATi X1800 XT Crossfire On Dec 8th

    According to sources from the card makers, ATi will be announcing X1800XT Crossfire on the 8th of December and will be the only GPU in the X1000 family that requires a Compositing Engine. The new generation X1800XT Crossfire Compositing Engine has been improved and can now support 2048×1536 @...

  • NVIDIA G71 & G80 Info

    NVIDIA CFO Marv Burkett and VP Michael Hara at CSFB Annual Technology Conference 2005 revealed more about the GeForce 7 series where the 90nm G72 (GeForce 7200) and G73 (GeForce 7600) will be announced in Q1 next year. G72 will be 64-bit and support TurboCache technology. Marv Burkett revealed...

  • DRAM Prices Slump

    The price of the most commonly used DRAM computer memory chips have slumped to all time lows in the spot market, a great time for users to buy more. The average spot price of the mainstream memory chip, 256Mb double data rate DRAM that runs at 400 megahertz, or...

  • Intel To Build 2nd 45nm Wafer Fab

    Intel announced plans to build a new 300-mm wafer fabrication facility at its site in Kiryat Gat, Israel. The new factory, designated Fab 28, will extend Intel’s manufacturing leadership by producing leading-edge microprocessors in the second half of 2008 on 45 nanometer (nm) process technology. Construction on the $...

  • SiS & VIA Chipsets Outlook Improve

    SiS and VIA will likely beat their shipment estimates for the fourth quarter of this year, thanks to the loosening of related upstream components supplies. Buoyed by smoother output of its Pentium 4-based SiS661, SiS may enjoy an on-quarter jump of 50% in shipments in the fourth quarter, doubling...

  • ATi R580 To Arrive In Jan 2006

    New 90nm GPUs from ATI and NVIDIA, with ATI’s flagship R580 chip and two 7xxx series from NVIDIA, are expected to enter mass shipments by the end of the first quarter of 2006. ATI’s next-generation flagship GPU, the R580, which the graphics chip vendor expects to release in January...

  • Albatron 7800GT Bundled w/ COD2

    Albatron recently announced that its GeForce 7800GT VGA card will team up with "Call of Duty 2", the sequel to one of the most popular online war-games software ever. The Albatron GeForce 7800GT will provide TV-out, DVI and VIVO connectors. The bundle package will include an HDTV cable which...

  • Albatron Packed GeForce 6600 w/ 512MB

    Albatron recently announced two VGA cards, each with an unprecedented 512 MBs of on-board memory and both offering prices similar to equivalent 256 MB cards. The 6600 512 and 6600LE 512 are memory-loaded mainstream cards targeting a larger market of consumers hungry for powerful 3D graphics capability with a...

  • The VR-Zone Budget Gaming System!

    The holiday season is here, with Christmas approaching in a month’s time. After a long year of hard work and study, many students and young adults are looking to pamper themselves with a cool PC during the holidays. VR-Zone brings you the VR-Zone Budget Gaming Station, for the students...

  • The VR-Zone S$ 888 Budget Gaming System!

    The holiday season is here, with Christmas approaching in a month’s time. After a long year of hard work and study, many students and young adults are looking to pamper themselves with a cool PC during the holidays. VR-Zone brings you the VR-Zone SGD$ 888 Budget Gaming Station, for...

  • AMD vs Intel Dual Core Challenge On Dec 6th

    AMD announced today that it will host a live dual-core duel event in Singapore on December 6. This latest challenge to Intel was issued yesterday in an advertisement in Digital Life of The Straits Times. This challenge is a follow-on to the original challenge issued to Intel on August...

  • World Cyber Games 2005 Grand Final Coverage

    World Cyber Games Grand Finals has finally come to an end on November 20th after 4 days of exciting competitions where gamers around the world battled out for the glory of “Best Gamer” title. VR-Zone has the opportunity to demo some of our coolest rigs there at ASUS, Kingston...

  • ASUS P5N32SLI Deluxe Voltage Boosting Mod

    The ASUS P5N32-SLI Deluxe is a pretty new board based on the Intel nForce 4 x16 chipset. As there are not a lot of overclockers using this board, little information is shared about enhancing the overclocking capabilities on this board. Today, we show you some tricks to enhance the...

  • Inno3D GeForce 6800 PCI-E

    The Nvidia GeForce 6800 series has been around for quite a while now, and from the time they were top-of-the-line cards till now, it has been through many price drops to keep its price to performance ratio good enough for people to continue buying it. Is the 6800 still...

  • NVIDIA Shop Decor Competition: Grand Finale Field Pictures

    The NVIDIA Shop Deco Competition had just wrapped up with a fantastic finale last Saturday at Sim Lim Square. Stratix, VR-Zone’s photographer for the event has just posted a thread filled with the field pictures. Do check it out over here: http://forums.vr-zone.com.sg/showthread.php?t=45372

  • Simple Guide to setting up your wireless home network

    Ever had the desire to setup your own wireless home network? But lack the know-how to do it? Look no further as this guide provides you the simplest steps on how to create and secure your home network.