VR-Zone brings you on a tour of the various memory brands and manufacturers’ booths at Computex 2007!
VR-Zone takes a look at the coolers, power supplies and chassis seen at Computex so far…
Here at Computex 2007, we see all kinds of new hardware not available to the market yet, but that isn’t the point! We now present to you a peak of all the showbabes of day 1 in Computex.
Today, VR-Zone takes a look at Nvidia’s new King of the Hill, the Geforce 8800Ultra 768MB, courtesy of Inno3D. How will this card fare against the 8800GTX? Let’s take a look now.
ATi’s 2000 series was announced to the media during the late April to beginning of May period, at various locations throughout the world. I attended the Press Briefing Day in Malaysia and caught sight of the much awaited Radeon X2900XT in action. Not only was this high-end model introduced to us, the lower-end series in
The Intel BearLake chipset, also known as P35, is about to dawn upon us. We already see boards starting to pack the retail shelves. It is a mid-range chipset solution to replace the 965P chipset, with support for both DDR2 and DDR3 Memory. DDR3 Memory is still expensive, and there are even boards out that
NVIDIA has introduced a breakthrough NVIDIA Quadro professional GPU architecture for mobile notebook computers that enables entirely new graphics and visual computing capabilities for professionals who require uncompromised mobility. The new line of mobile graphics solutions, which includes NVIDIA Quadro FX 1600M, Quadro FX 570M and Quadro FX 360M, is designed to solve complex professional
LG Electronics launched the highly anticipated LG Shine – a stunning, design-forward slider phone that brings sophistication and allure together with high technical specifications and features, including expandable memory (MicroSD card) and an auto focus camera by Schneider-Kreuznach. The latest in LG’s premium Black Label series of mobile phones, the LG Shine will be available
The NVIDIA motherboard chipsets on Intel platforms have caught up with Intel chipsets in the past few months in terms of popularity, pulling down the traditional notion of “Intel chipset with Intel Processors – No-brainer consideration”. Initially when the NVIDIA Crush 55 chipsets launched, it was a product that required wallet-muscles. Then the 650i SLI
OCZ Technology, the brand name built on overclocking and hardware enthusiasts, had a great show at CEBIT 2007, showcasing a bunch of innovative and unique items, such as the Gaming Brainwave Actuator and it’s air-water Hybrid Cooler with a carbon graphite base. Today unfortunately, instead of these interesting items, we are reviewing something more common…
The 8600GT and 8600GTS seem to be very close in specifications, the biggest difference lie in the clockspeeds. We’ve seen that the 8600GTS is a high clock speed Demon… how high then does the 8600GT go? Can a 8600GT clock up to 8600GTS speeds without any mods and hassle? We take an initial look at
Albatron 8600GTS, 8600GT and 8500GT VGA cards are targeting the largest segment in the VGA/gaming market – mainstream users who have waited a long winter to get their hands on an affordable DirectX 10 Graphics Card.
ASUS has launched 2 new PDAs for the Singapore market; A626 ultra-slim PDA and A696 ultra-slim GPS PDA at only 1.57cm thick. Both are encased in stainless steel and the whole PDA is less than 165g in weight. The 3.5” anti-glare touch screen completes the outlook of the A696 and provides the feeling of a
Abit has been pushing their MAX series of motherboards hard and heavily, evident during their recent CEBIT booth where they had Greek Overclocking Legend Hipro5 down to prove that boys only become men with a MAX board, ultra cooling, and some decent skills. Even so, as hard as they are pushing these costly motherboards, they
According to Chinabyte, AMD made an interesting remark on Intel plans to set up a fab in China. AMD spokesman commented that Intel to build a fab in China is a good thing as it will propel China IT industry development and beneficial to the consumers. It will also boost the overall market competitiveness.
We got the first card from ZOTAC for review, a company formed just a couple of months ago to handle NVIDIA only. However, their parent company, PC Partner is not new in the industry scene and their sister company that handles ATi only is none other than Sapphire. ZOTAC will be very aggressive this year
Clevo has showcased two very powerful Santa Rosa laptops where the D900C served as a desktop replacement while M570RU is a gaming laptop. Cleovo D900C can support Core 2 Duo and even Core 2 Extreme but Core 2 Quad support is unknown yet. Interestingly, D900C can support NVIDIA GeForce Go 8800 graphics series in SLI
w0mbat in our forums has something nice for us again and this time round he brought us RV630 and RV610 cards. There are some misconceptions that the top card is a R600XT card, which is in fact a RV630XT card. It has 128-bit memory interface and supports GDDR4 in 256/512MB configurations. It requires an additional
OCZ has a pretty interesting technology product showcase called Neural Impulse Actuator (NIA) where they described it as an input device that uses brain waves signals and convert into some commands to control the PC. NIA can be used in solutions that address PC productivity and gaming applications. OCZ said they will release an affordable
So far, we saw 2 live demos of the P35 boards today; one is from Foxconn and the other is from Gigabyte. Foxconn is running a P357AA-8EKRS2H board using OXCCO DDR-II 667 memories while Gigabyte is running a GA-P35T-DS3 board using Infineon DDR3 memories. Intel allows motherboard makers to display Bearlake boards during CeBIT but