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  • Noctua shows off high end cooling prototypes @ Computex Taipei 2011 Nangang Exhibition Hall

    Noctua Booth @ Nangang Exhibiton Hall, 1F, Booth I0022 • 120mm Focused Flow™ Fan • Mounting-Kit for Upcoming Intel LGA2011 Socket (Prototype) • Low-Profile Dual Fan Cooler • Top-of-the-Range Triple Stack Cooler (Prototype) • Top-of-the-Range Downdraft Cooler (Prototype) • New 140mm D-Type Cooler (Prototype)

  • Leadtek @ Computex 2011: It’s all about graphics cards

    Remember Leadtek? Well, it turns out that the Taiwanese graphics card designer and manufacturer has got its own booth at Computex as well (and at Hall 1, at that), where it has a collection of both enthusiast and professional graphics cards up on display for visitors. Let's take a look at what Leadtek has to offer…

  • G.Skill & ASUS Live Extreme Overclocking at Computex

    Four overclocking gurus will be conducting live extreme overclocking sessions at Computex, courtesy of ASUS and G.Skill. Pictures and video after the break.

  • Computex 2011: Nangang 1F Pre-Show Coverage – Storage, Memories, Casings, Coolers, Power Supplies and other peripherals.

    Quick 0day preview of TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall 1st Floor – Storage, Memories, Casings, Coolers, Power Supplies and other peripherals. As the security was lax, we sneaked into the hall for a quick snap around before the official opening tomorrow where we will do a more detailed coverage. *Updated now with cropped and color corrected*

  • OCZ Vertex 3 240GB Review: Super Speed Demon

    We take the OCZ Vertex 3 240GB for a test drive – and break some SATA speed limits along the way.

  • The latest globalization trend : Cyber armies

    One of Albert Einstein's most memorable quotes was "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones". It is year 2011 and we are already receiving hints about what the next war will most likely include, with several nations officially deploying

  • ASUS Overclocking Showdown Competition!

    Winners of the "ASUS Overclocking Showdown!" Competition will walk away with high end graphics card from ASUS such as the GTX 580 DirectCu II, GTX 570 DirectCu II and HD 6970 DirectCu II. Read on.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 26 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: Intel is reportedly thinking of implementing significant price cuts for its Atom processors, with various sources claiming that the chip giant may lower the prices of its upcoming Cedar Trail platform by as much as 30 to 50 percent of its existing Pine Trail platform' Silicon Power's 120GB V20 SandForce SF-1200

  • PSU Review – Corsair AX1200 1200W 80Plus Gold

    Corsair’s diversification towards the power supply unit market was perhaps the most successful one any technology products manufacturer has made until today. The company is now, only a few years afterwards releasing their first PSU, renowned as one of the best PSU manufacturers. Today we are reviewing the very flagship of Corsair’s power supply products,

  • ENERMAX Introduces MaxRevo 1200/1350/1500W Power Supplies

    ENERMAX, known for its high quality power supply unit, has introduced its latest MaxRevo lineup which includes 1200W, 1350W and 1500W models.

  • Milestone : Microsoft Skype breaks its first open-source partnership

    How many of you actually believed that Microsoft would support an open source, non-Microsoft platform? In all fairness, they should be crazy to do so. Digium, the company behind the popular PBX program Asterisk, appears to be the first large victim of the all new Microsoft's Skype.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 25 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: Word has it that photographs of motherboards designed for use with AMD's upcoming Liano and Zambezi APUs have started leaking on the Internet; OCZ is apparently planning to show off some new products at the upcoming Computex exhibition in Taipei such as its new Indilinx SATA 6.0Gbps controller, a few new

  • AMD FirePro Professional Graphics Get Even Better, Outperform Competition By 100 Percent

    Well, at least that's what the company claims in their latest press release. AMD (NYSE: AMD) today introduced the newest generation of professional graphics cards — AMD FirePro™ V5900 and AMD FirePro™ V7900  –  more than doubling performance of competitive offerings in key professional market applications. Created for the design, engineering, financial, and medical fields, the

  • Motorola launches dual SIM, dual core XT882 in China

    Motorola has recently launched the China version of the Droid X2, also known as XT882, which comes with dual SIM card slots and dual-core processor and running Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.

  • Nokia holds E6 and X7 Symbian smartphone preview

    Today, Nokia Singapore held a media preview for their new E6 and X7 smartphones, based on the latest Symbian Anna operating system. Read on for the details.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 23 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: In spite of the x86 and x86_64 processor architectures making great strides into the server hardware ecosystem, HP has announced that it has little confidence in Intel's Xeon line of server-grade processors for mission critical systems, prefering instead to cast its lot with the Itanium architecture and its own proprietaty technologies

  • The rooting police are here, led by Google

      Disturbing news cropped up that Google is looking for rooters and denying them full use of rooted Android devices. Content providers may push Google into full-blown DRM hysteria aimed at rooted Android devices.

  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 560: Filling in the Gaps

    Subtract 48 stream processors from the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, and you get – no prizes for guessing – the GTX 560. We find out if the green team's latest card can stand up to the competition from AMD.

  • AMD A-Series Mobile APU details leaked

    Not long after revealing details for AMD's top A8-3530MX, DonanimHaber has now published a full list of all A Series APUs expected in the Sabine platform, for laptops. The TDP range covered is 35W to 45W, between dual core and quad core CPUs, with upto a 400 SP Radeon IGP. As expected, there will be

  • Intel planning three more mobile ULV CPUs

    Currently Intel has three ULV mobile processors in its line-up, but it looks like that will soon be expanded by an additional three model. We're talking about 17W TDP mobile Sandy Bridge chips here and very possibly the ones that will appear in Apple's upcoming MacBook Air refresh. The new models are said to include