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  • Palit GeForce GTX 460 Sonic Platinum Review

    Factory-overclocked to 800MHz, the Palit GeForce GTX 460 Sonic Platinum 1GB is easily one of the fastest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 cards around, straight out of the box. How does it fair against its older brother the GeForce GTX 465, and the higher-rated ATI Radeon HD 5850?

  • AMD Barts XT Pictured

    Following a quiet mid-week, Napoleon of Chiphell is back with more pictures of AMD’s upcoming Radeon HD 6000 series cards. This time it is the turn of Barts – rumoured to be the successor to Radeon HD 5700 series. Please bear in mind that this is only an engineering sample, and the final board could

  • GlacialTech announces GlacialPower AC090N notebook adaptor

    GlacialTech has announced the GlacialPower AC090N slim notebook adaptor. Besides being able to charge your notebook (obviously), the AC090N can double up as a battery charger for mobile devices.

  • Mini 5103 Is HP’s Latest Touch-enabled Mini Notebook PC

      Today, HP announced their new business mini notebook PC, the Mini 5103, which comes with an optional touchscreen that allows users to navigate conveniently via multi-touch gestures, finger taps and swipes. Comes in red, blue and espresso, the Mini 5103 is available now.

  • Sony NEX-5 Review

    Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC) are getting popular these days as they are designed for users who want the form factor of compact cameras, with performance that is as good as the digital SLRs. The NEX-5 is Sony’s first mirrorless interchangable-lens camera in the Alpha series lineup and VR-Zone has the chance to get one

  • Zalman Unleashes VF3000F GTX 400 Series VGA Cooler

    Zalman has released the VF3000F, its new GPU cooler for nVidia’s GTX 400 series of graphic cards. Measuring 239 x 98 x 51mm and weighing 430g, the cooler features a copper base, five copper heatpipes, dedicated RAM/ FET heatsinks, and is equipped with two 92mm LED fans that work at 1400 RPM to 3000 RPM.

  • Swiftech Announces H20 – 220 & H20 – 320 Edge Liquid Cooling Kits

    Swiftech, founding father of the liquid cooling industry for personal computers, has unveiled the new H20 – 220 & H20 – 320 Edge “all-in-one” liquid cooling kits, targeting hardcore overclockers. Both cooling kits feature the Apogee™ XTL water-block, a MCR-X20 Drive (Rev2) radiator with two (H20-220)/ three (H20-320) 120mm fans, and a built-in PWM motherboard-controlled

  • Playstation 3 ‘Jailbreak’ Now Workable With Tethered Smartphones

    Remember the special USB dongle one was required to purchase in order to successfully circumvent the Playstation 3′s security features? Apparently, one can dispense with the dongle now: it seems that the software has already been adapted for use on smartphones. And the best part? It reportedly works just as well.

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 Prices Cut

    NVIDIA released its GF104 part, the GTX 460 largely as a measure to regain market share than produce high profit margins. The aggressive pricing of the GTX 460 raised the eyebrows of enthusiasts, while consumers received exceptional value for money. Unfortunately, the GeForce GTX 460 hasn’t been as much of a hit as expected, with

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 Release Slides leaked

    Chinese website IT168 has leaked slides from the release presentation of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTS 450. While there are no major surprises, the slides confirm several rumours. The reference design of the GeForce GTS 450′s body is identical to the reference GTX 460. It features 4 SM or PolyMorph Engines with 48 SP or CUDA

  • COMEX 2010: The Coverage is here to maximise your spending power! We bring you coverage of COMEX 2010, held at Suntec Singapore from 2 to 5 September 2010. This year’s exhibition is the largest in COMEX history – taking up all accessible levels, including ballrooms. Hang around as we work to give you more goodies and more information!

  • ADATA introduces XPG Gaming Series DDR3-1333G low voltage memory

    ADATA has introduced its new XPG Gaming Series DDR3-1333G low voltage memory kits for gaming enthusiasts using Intel’s P55, H55, H57 and X58 Express platforms, and also HTPC users.

  • COMEX 2010: The Preview

    With more than 820 exhibitors and over 345,000 square feet of exhibit space, COMEX 2010 is one of the biggest consumer technology exhibitions to be held in Singapore. sticks to its tradition of providing our dear readers a preview of the show grounds!

  • Corsair Launches HS1 USB Gaming Headset

    Corsair has jumped on the gaming peripheral bandwagon with the release of its HS1 USB Gaming Headset. The headset, designed for gamers, features replaceable memory foam ear pads, 50mm drivers, a noise-cancelling microphone, a big inline volume and microphone controller, Dolby® Headphone technology, and an USB interface. The Corsair HS1 is covered by a two

  • Cooler Master Unveils Choiix Comforter Lapdesk

    Cooler Master, well-known amongst enthuasists for its quality chassis and after market cooling solutions, has announced the Choiix Comforter Lapdesk.

  • Arctic Unleashes Accelero XTREME Plus VGA Cooler

    Swiss based Arctic Cooling has launched the Accelero XTREME Plus VGA Cooler, adding on to its Accelero series of graphic card coolers.

  • [Rumour] AMD Radeon HD 6700 Series to feature 256-bit memory

    Donanimhaber reports that AMD’s first HD 6000 release – the Radeon HD 6700 – will feature a 256-bit memory interface, doubling up on the HD 5700 series’ 128-bit. Recent GPU-Z leaks suggest the Radeon HD 6800 series will feature a 256-bit bus as well. For the Radeon HD 5000 series, one of the criticisms was

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 Benchmarked

    An XtremeSystems forum member has leaked a set of benchmarks for both Nvidia’s reference GTS 450, as well as an overclocked ASUS GTS 450 TOP running at an incredible 925 MHz core, nearly 20% above the stock 783 MHz. The benchmarks leaked are Call of Juarez, Crysis, Far Cry 2, Unigine Heaven and World in

  • Scythe Announces Rasetsu CPU Cooler

    Japanese cooling specialist, Scythe, has unveiled the Rasetsu CPU cooler.

  • Google Introduces Priority Inbox To Relieve Email Overload

    If you’re one of those users who get a lot of emails from friends or colleagues in your Google Gmail, you may find it easier to go through them with the new Priority Inbox. The Priority Inbox helps you focus on messages that are of more importance without the need to set complex rules.