Family Model Old Price New Price % Drop Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 803 643 19.9% 4600+ 643 556 13.5% 4400+ 507 467 7.9% 4200+ 408 362 11.3% 3800+ 328 301 8.2% Turion 64 Model ML-44 525 354 32.6% Model ML-42 354 263 25.7% Model ML-40 263 220 16.3% Model ML-37 220 184 16.4% Model ML-34
Walton Chaintech announced its newest GeForce 7 Series Graphics Cards, SE73GS-G2, which utilize the nVIDIA® GeForce 7300GS graphics processing unit. Walton Chaintech’s SE73GS-G2 utilizes nVIDIA® GeForce 7300GS GPU and 128MB/256MB 64 bit DDR II SDRAM which can provide 550MHz engine clock, 810MHz memory clock and 6.5GB/Sec memory bandwidth. SE73GS-G2 supports VGA out, DVI-I and HDTV-out；fulfills
With overclocking becoming a commonplace, we find thermal solutions to increase in variety and effectiveness. Whilst watercooling might become a practical thermal management solution in the future, forced-air cooling remains the dominant method of cooling microprocessors of today. We take a look at 2 CPU Coolers from Titan, the Vanessa sisters…
The fastest X1900 XTX card clocked at 650MHz core and 1550MHz memory should cost US$ 649. The second fastest X1900XT clocked at 625/1450MHz should cost US$ 549 while the Crossfire X1900 XT card should cost around US$ 599 in retail. Ed’s note : Radeon X1900 XTX and XT cards are essentially the same and both
It seems like something is brewing over at ATi to fight against the Quad SLI technology from NVIDIA. Right now, ASUS strong R&D team has managed to come out with a EAX1600-DUAL card featuring two X1600 GPUs on a single PCB with Crossfire enabled. Like ASUS, Gigabyte is also researching on this area with X1600,
The Sapphire RADEON X1600 PRO AGP with its 12 pixel pipelines provides the highest graphics performance in its class even for shader intensive gaming. Equipped with 256MB of DDR2 memory, this model features clock speeds of 500MHz (core) and 400MHz (memory). Retail versions of these new Sapphire graphics accelerators will ship with multimedia software including
Kingmax announced its latest Venus series DDRII 667 SO-DIMM modules at the 2005 Computex Taipei exhibition. Since then, Kingmax has completed all the preparations for mass production and the Kingmax DDRII 667 SO-DIMM modules are now available on the market. Kingmax DDRII 667 SO-DIMM Notebook Memory Features : * 200-pin 667MHz DDRII * CAS Latency:
Family Model Current Price New Price (23rd Jan) Opteron 180 $ 811 $ 691 175 $ 490 $ 504 170 $ 384 $ 394 165 $ 295 $ 325 Athlon 64 X2 4800+ $ 787 $ 630 4400+ $ 497 $ 458 4200+ $ 400 $ 355 3800+ $ 322 $ 285 Athlon 64 FX
InnoVISION is pleased to announce Inno3D GeForce 7300GS, the latest baby to NVIDIA 7 series family. An added new feature for HDR has improved the graphic performance and with PCI Express support that will guarantee excellent speeds with the unbeatable NVIDIA 7 series technology. Built-in with all NVIDIA 7 series features the Inno3D GeForce 7300GS
The HIS Radeon X1800XT OC Edition is another card that comes overclocked straight out of the box. Featuring 700MHz core and 1600MHz memory straight out of the box, look into this review and see how this card stacks up against the top end NVIDIA 7800 GTX 512, and other X1800XTs!
VIA today announced the new fanless VIA Eden™ processor family with the VIA V4 bus, including the ultra low voltage VIA Eden ULV processors that offer unbeatable power efficiency in design and performance within the compact nanoBGA2 package of 21mm x 21mm . Taking full advantage of the advanced VIA CoolStream™ architecture and world-class 90nm
The Nvidia 6 series has been around for quite some time and we have seen many unique iterations of them such as a very overclockable Geforce 6600 vanilla equipped with GDDR3 RAMs and some Geforce 6200 beefed up with 512MB of RAM. Today, we’ll be looking at a new flavour once again, a 6600 with
Family Core Model Clock Speed L2 Cache Athlon 64 FX Windsor FX-62 2.8GHz 2 x 1MB Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz 2 x 1MB 4800+ ? ? 4600+ ? ? 4200+ ? ? Athlon 64 Orleans 4000+ 2.6GHz 512KB 3800+ 2.4GHz 512KB 3500+ 2.2GHz 512KB Sempron Manila 3500+ 2.2Ghz 256KB 3400+ 2.0GHz 256KB 3200+ 1.8GHz
ATi Radeon Xpress 200 CrossFire chipset RD480 has been out for some time. However, most of the motherboards based on this chipset runs with the ATi SB450 Southbridge. The ASUS A8R MVP comes with the ULi M1575 SB instead, and it offers the advantages of SATA II support and better USB performance. How does fare
Kingston Technology Company, Inc., announced its major support of the growing multifunction mobile or “Smartphone” market with the release of microSD expansion memory cards as well as larger capacity miniSD and MMCmobile cards, all shipping immediately. Anticipating the need for greater storage capabilities as new multifunction phones emerge, Kingston is offering 1-GB versions of both
VR-Zone will be taking a first look at the ASUS A6J Laptop, a desktop replacement model featuring the latest Intel Core Duo Processor based on the dual core Yonah and other cutting edge technologies. Do read on to find out more!
It seems like the AOpen i975Xa-YDG is ready for SLI too where OC.com.tw has done some interesting testing on this board using 2 x 7800 GTX cards in SLI mode. Of course, NVIDIA has not officially support SLI on Intel based chipsets therefore the Forceware drivers they are using are self modified and the latest
Intel has an interesting launch on their latest Centrino Duo mobile technology earlier this week and we are pleased to hear from Gary Willihnganz, the Director of Marketing from Intel Technology Asia sharing with us the direction of the new platform.
MicroCool Systems is known mainly for their chipset cooling solutions. Although the cooling solutions they have offered up until this point has been limited to the chipset area, they have taken the chance of crossing over to the CPU cooling when they saw the chance to. The low heat output of the Pentium Ms give
Hexus has some beans to spill and here are some rumored benchmarks of the X1900XTX, X1900XT and X1900 Crossfire and the supposing GeForce 7900 (G71). ATi RADEON X1900 XT 512MB CrossFire (625MHz VPU / 1450MHz GDDR-3) : 13,501 3DMarks NVIDIA GeForce 7900 512MB (700MHz GPU / 1800MHz GDDR-3) : ~13,000 3DMarks? ATi RADEON X1900 XTX