ASUS introduce two new graphics cards – EN7950GT/HTDP/512M and EN7900GS/2DHT/256M – designed specifically for serious gamers that also demand price per performance in their video solutions. The EN7950GT/HTDP/512M is powered by the latest Nvdia GeForce 7950GT GPU and 512MB DDR3 memory to deliver superb video capability for the latest games. Based on the Nvidia GeForce
ASUS is proud to introduce the EAX1950XTX/HTVDP/512M and EAX1950CROSSFIRE/HP/512M graphics cards, which incorporated ATI’s Radeon® X1950XTX VPU to deliver the robust graphics performance demanded for the gaming enthusiast community. Combined with HDCP (High-Definition Digital Content Protection), ASUS Splendid Video Intelligence Technology and CrossFire multiple VPU interface, the new graphics cards offer the ultimate video experience.
According to a interview conducted by ZDNet with Phil Hester, CTO of AMD, we can anticipated some interesting ideas and plans coming in the near future. Firstly, AMD will platformize the commercial desktop , the Athlon FX, 64 and Sempron space, which means coming out with their own chipsets (ATi’s) and reference board design etc.
Sony, which will launch the latest version of its blockbuster game gear on Nov. 11 in Japan, now plans to sell a version of PS3 with a 20GB hard disk drive for 49,980 yen ($ 430), down from the previously announced 62,790 yen ($ 540). Microsoft currently sells its Xbox 360 in Japan for 39,795
Corsair® today announced immediate availability of a new 8GB Flash Voyager USB drive. Encased in the Corsair proprietary all-rubber Flash Voyager housing and boasting water-resistant/ temperature tolerant properties, the new 8GB drive allows users to carry more valuable data and applications without compromise. Equipped with a security application and featuring enhanced dual channel technology, the
KINGMAX released a 1GB version in September, the first in the world to use SLC (single level cell) memory. With the new microSD, KINGMAX outperforms its competitors that produce microSD cards with MLC flash: KINGMAX’s microSD Read-Write speeds beat all its competitors. KINGMAX’s microSD has brought memory cards into the new era of semiconductor packaging:
It looks like Intel is currently in process of making higher-end GPU integrated into NorthBridge chips and CPUs. This position is for a pre-Silicon validation engineer for the Graphics Engineering team. The team is currently working on Intel GFX core which will be integrated in Memory Controllers as well as the CPU.
AMD today announced that its Torrenza Initiative is serving as a collaborative force toward achieving future processor socket compatibility in the server industry. OEMs will be able to standardize on a Torrenza Innovation Socket for many of their current and future server platforms. This approach to server design will enable OEMs to consolidate server offerings
ATi has claimed leadership over NVIDIA in terms of Windows Vista driver stability and here are their claims and report findings : ATI’s software development team has put significant effort into developing an extremely robust and stable Windows Vista graphics driver. ATI’s Leadership in Windows Vista driver stability (ATI conducted a series of stability tests
Iomega today announced two lines of exciting new external hard drives for Mac users and others that value high capacity drives with a variety of functionalities: the new Iomega® UltraMax 640GB* Desktop Hard Drive, providing Mac users with secure, high-capacity storage in a rugged enclosure that complements the Apple® Mac® Pro and Power Mac series
Today, we take a look at ASUS’ Chilly Vent Lux CPU cooler. Designed exclusively for AMD’s Socket 939, the Chilly Vent Lux features dual heat pipes, and is claimed to offer high performance and silence at the same time. It even offers a colourful green and white fan to boot!
Lenovo today announced the company’s first Lenovo-branded notebook PC to feature Intel Core 2 Duo, the Lenovo N100 widescreen notebook PC. Featuring such innovations in PC technology as next-generation WiFi connectivity, enhanced multimedia features, the latest Intel(r) Core(tm)2 Duo processor, Vista Premium-ready capabilities and industry-leading system support, the Lenovo N100 is a notebook PC engineered
The guys at ECS have jumped onto the MoDT bandwagon with the 945GT Express Chipset based motherboard, in striking purple. Read on!
Sunon has released a hybrid CPU cooler using a mix of watercooling and air cooling techniques to cool current generation K8, K9 and LGA processors. Our friends at HKEPC have done a review of it against the Thermaltake Beetle heatsink, which you can check out here.
Kingston Technology today announced the launch of 1GB microSD expansion memory cards to further enhance its growing line of mobile memory solutions. The increased capacity and format is essential for users of current and next-generation multifunction mobile phones that require more memory to support advanced features including MP3 players, video, higher-resolution cameras and mobile gaming.
Mirage 3 is going to be available this quarter on SiS771, 671FX and 671 IGP chipsets. At a glance, Mirage 3 supports DX9.0, PS 2.0, OpenGL 1.5 and no Vertex shader. However, Mirage 3 specs don’t look that impressive as compared to current GeForce 6100/6150 IGP that already support PS 3.0. Also Vista is coming
The latest Intel roadmap has revealed the codename for the next Intel Desktop board based on the Bearlake-X chipset. Bonetrail will be the successor to the current popular Bad Axe and the upcoming Bad Axe 2 boards. It is slated for launch in Q3 next year. Bonetrail will support Kentsfield probably even 45nm Penryn core,
Bearlake-X : Quad Core support, DDR3 1333, 2×16 GFX, PCI Express 2.0, ICH9/ICH9R/ICH9DH, Q3’07 Bearlake-P : DDR3 1066/DDR2 800, FSB 1333, ICH9/R/DH, Q2 ’07 Bearlake-G : DDR3 1066/DDR2 800, FSB 1333, Intel Clear Video Technology, ICH9/R/DH, Q2’07 Bearlake-G+ : DDR3 1066/DDR2 800, FSB 1333, Intel Clear Video Technology and DX10, High Definition Playback with Content
There will be a higher speed Xeon MP 7150N based on 65nm Tulsa dual core coming out in Q1 next year. It is clocked at 3.5GHz with 667FSB and contains 16MB of L3 cache. 7150N will be priced at $ 2622. Later in Q3 ’07, quad-core 65nm Tigerton will come along to replace Tulsa and
There are 2 Kentsfield SKUs; X3220 and X3210 added to the Xeon UP Server space where the former is clocked at 2.4GHz and the latter at 2.13GHz. Both feature 1066MHz FSB and 2 x 4MB L2 cache. X3220 is similar to Q6600 for Kentsfield where both are clocked at 2.4GHz so there should be a