At the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, Seagate introduced innovative consumer products that add exciting benefits and functionality to already proven Seagate consumer product lines. The Seagate Portable Hard Drive will boost storage capacity to 160GB, which is 30% over the current standard while maintaining the same compact footprint. For data-intensive applications such as video editing
AMD today announced the immediate availability of the AMD Athlon™ 64 FX-60 dual-core processor, the world’s ultimate processor for PC enthusiasts. Providing exceptional PC performance on games, digital media and intense applications, the new AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 dual-core processor will allow enthusiasts to experience the next generation of multi-core supported games and applications using
The ASUS P5WD2-E Premium is the successor of the popular PW5D2 Premium mainboard. Based on the latest Glenwood 975X chipset coupled with Intel’s very successful ICH7R Southbridge featuring Intel Matrix Storage Technology, the ASUS P5WD2-E Premium is here to take the enthusiast market by storm.
MSI has showcased a pretty interesting product over at CES and it is the world’s first upgradeable graphics card that features MXM interface. MSI Geminium-Go! has two MXM connectors on board to support two MXM-III graphics modules. In this case, this card is currently powered by two GeForce Go6600 on SLI mode with a total
The Sapphire Radeon X800 GTO² Limited Edition is another Radeon X800 GTO that comes with 16 pipelines straight out of the box. Interestingly, this card comes with an R480 core as opposed to R430 / R432 that we’ve seen on other X800 GTOs we’ve seen before. Check out this review to see how it stacks
NVIDIA took its acclaimed SLI technology to a new level today by introducing support for the industry’s first ever Quad SLI-certified PC. Delivering the most extreme high definition gaming experience available on the PC, Quad SLI features four of NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce® 7800 GTX GPUs with an NVIDIA nForce®4 SLI X16 motherboard. The XPS system
XpertVision has been concentrating on their line of NVIDIA powered Graphics Cards for the past few months. Today, we take a look at something not just new to the XpertVision chain of graphics cards, but also to the graphics card market. Alhough the X1600 Pro was announced quite some time back, it’s only now that
Leadtek brings a new level of graphics performance and display flexibility to the mainstream PC. The new Quadro NVS 440 PCI Express professional graphics card provides rock-solid hardware that delivers crystal clear images and display flexibility with support for both analog and digital displays. Power by two state-of-the-art GPUs (Graphics Processing Units) and equipped with
We have gotten some information regarding a very cool board from AOpen which is targeted at gamers and enthusiasts alike. This AOpen 975Xa-YDG is based on Intel 975X chipset but instead of supporting the usual LGA775 flavors CPUs like Presler and Prescott, this board supports Yonah dual/single core processors. Yonah is certainly a powerful CPU
We came to know that Radeon X1900 XTX (R580) will officially be clocked at 650MHz core and 1550Mhz for the memory while the X1900 XT will be officially clocked at 625MHz / 1450MHz. The reason for the lower memory clocks for X1900 XT is unclear yet since the X1800XT is already clocked at 1.5GHz. It
ARCTIC COOLING launches new series of Graphic card coolers named Accelero (X1 for NVDIA 6800/ 7800 Series and X2 for ATI X1800/ X1900 Series). Vibrations caused by the rotating fan are absorbed by a patented vibration muffler. Complex airflow simulations were conducted during development of the fan, the results were incredible cooling performance at extremely
Intel formally unveiled a new brand identity today that represents a significant milestone in the company’s history and further signifies the company’s evolution to a market-driving platform solutions company. The key technologies behind Intel’s platform focus include the microprocessor, chipset and software that together enhance system performance and improve the overall user experience. Intel’s new
Even as users are starting to switch to 2Gb of system memory, 1Gb (512mb x 2) users still stand a larger proportion of the market. We have been looking at premium sets of memory for the past few months. Today, we are going to take a look instead at a pair of value RAMs under
ASUS creates silence once again, this time with their N7800GT TOP SILENT, which uses passive cooling and comes pre-overclocked at the same time!
After more than 20 years of service as a tool to teach consumers what brand of chip to ask for inside a personal computer, Intel has decided it’s out with the old “Intel Inside” campaign in favor of a new logo and tag line that includes the phrase “Leap ahead.” The logo and tag line
Our friends over at HKEPC has got hold of a X1900XTX card already and the R580 die size is noticeably larger than the R520. If the process technology remains at 90nm for the R580, the estimated number of transistors stand at 350M or more compared to 321M for the R520. Radeon X1900 XTX will be
The present DDR Memory market seems to be seeing a shift in the demand, with many buyers switching from the “once very popular” 1Gb (2 x 512Mb) kit over to 2Gb (2 x 1Gb) kits. With more people multi-tasking, the number of 2Gb system memory users are growing. We take a look at a 2Gb
On the 8th of December 2005, we saw the launch of the Zen Vision: M. From the looks, it does look impressive compared to the earlier review on the Zen Vision which seems rather bulky. Let’s take a look at what this iteration of Zen packs for us consumers. Is it better than it’s predecessor?
ATI announced All-In-Wonder® 2006 PCI Express® Edition. This new multi-function video card offers consumers an easy choice when it comes to playing great games, listening to FM radio and watching/recording/pausing live TV. Adobe® Premiere® Elements 2.0 is bundled with the product to help edit professional style videos. All-In-Wonder 2006 PCI Express Edition offers budget-minded consumers
The rising number of broadband users has brought about many changes in the way we communicate. Expensive overseas call is almost a thing of the past, replaced by cheaper VOIP services. One of the more popular VOIP service provide is Skype and many new products are spawned due to its overwhelming popularity. We look at