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  • Does Your nForce Board Supports 45nm Phenom CPUs?

    Here’s a chart to show you which nForce chipset supports the new 45nm cores (Deneb, Heka, Regor). Basically, MCP68 based boards will not support the new processors while MCP61, MCP72 and MCP78 will be able to support. You can head over here to check the list of motherboard models that support the new CPUs.

  • AMD 880G Chipset Details

    AMD AM3 processors (Athlon X4, Phenom II X3, Phenom II X4) will get a new 55nm chipset by Q3 next year. AMD 880G chipset will form part of the AMD Live! “Pisces” platform. AMD 880G will feature a integrated Radeon HD 3450 (RV620) DX10.1 graphics core, DDR3 support, HyperTransport 3.0, Universal Video Decoder 2 (UVD 2), Hybrid Crossfire with a discrete Radeon

  • Official MSI Wind NetBOX Photos & Specs

    MSI is going to showcase their Wind NetBOX over at CES 2009 in January and VR-Zone now provides you a glimpse of their upcoming product in high resolution. Take note that the official name is Wind NetBOX instead of Windbox and will rival against ASUS Eee Box series. The Wind NetBOX can be mounted to the

  • Sharkoon Desperado Cases w/ Wire Mesh Front Bezel

    Sharkoon is now offering a new ATX midi tower in its case line-up. The Sharkoon Desperado comes in a striking black and silver design and is available in two configurations, with or without pre-installed case fans. The front of the case features a black mesh grill that helps improve airflow. Sharkoon Desperado is available immediately from authorized

  • ASUS Reveals Eee PC 1002HA with Aluminum Finishing

    ASUS today announced the Eee PC™ 1002HA. Compared to the 1000HA, the 1002HA has a redesigned chassis with a brushed aluminum LCD cover and palm rest. As such, it is slightly smaller and slimmer. It is lighter at 1.2Kg too due to its 4-cell battery. Other specs like 160GB HDD storage, 1GB of DDR2, 10″ LED backlight remain unchanged.

  • HTC Touch HD

    From Touch Diamond to Pro, and now the HD. This latest mobile phone from HTC claims superb multimedia offerings for mobile users who cannot live without looking at youtube videos and their holiday photos. And we managed to get it in for review this week.

  • HIS Unveils HD 4870 IceQ 4+ Turbo

    HIS today unveils the HD 4870 IceQ 4+ Turbo overclocked to 780MHz (512MB version) & 770MHz (1GB version). Supplied with 1GB/512MB of GDDR5 memory running at a peak of 4000MHz, the card has its temperature controlled by the latest HIS cooling technology, the IceQ 4+. The IceQ 4+ technology draws in cooler air across the

  • XFX Launches X58i Board Supporting 3-way SLI

    First, the XFX X58i Motherboard launches the XFX/Intel® enthusiast chipset motherboard. Additional features include Silent Heatpipe Cooling Technology, PCI Express 2.0, Dual BIOS, and Premium 8-Channel High Definition Audio (HDA).

  • PlayStation Home Beta Service now available to all PS3 users

    If you missed out being a beta tester for PlayStation Home, here’s a piece of good news. Sony Computer Entertainment Inc has just announced that the PlayStation Home Beta Service is made available to all PS3 users from 11 December 2008. 

  • AMD Plans RV775XT To Compete GeForce GTX 285

    We were told about a new RV775XT core which is essentially a fine tune version of the RV770. However, little information was revealed at this point of time but i can say AMD is concentrating their efforts on RV740 instead. We are speculating AMD has been collecting the higher speed bins over the months to make this card out

  • AMD Phenom II Performance Uplift

    This slide shows the key areas of improvements for 45nm Phenom II over 65nm Phenom such as more IPC, higher frequency, more cache, and DDR3 support. There is a 5% cache uplift on the cache architecture and a 3% uplift on the core architecture. With all these innovations in place, AMD is touting a 20% performance

  • Intel Built 32nm Test Chip, On Target For Q4 2009 Release

    Intel has completed the development phase of its next-generation manufacturing process that further shrinks chip circuitry to 32 m. The company is on track for production readiness of this future generation using even more energy-efficient, denser and higher performing transistors in the fourth quarter of 2009.

  • Cooler Master Officially Introduces Black Label Limited Edition

    Cooler Master introduces the Black Label Limited Edition with worldwide availability of 500 individually numbered sets. It is made up of Cosmos Black Label, Hyper Z600 Black Label and a powerful PSU unit. MSRP 599USD or 499EUR.

  • GeForce GTX 295 Card Exposed

    VR-Zone scored the first photo of the upcoming GeForce GTX 295 card slated for launch over at CES 2009. The GeForce GTX 295 is based on the sandwich design again like the 9800GX2 with two 55nm GT200 GPUs. As you can see, there are 2 DVI and 1 Display Port. As for the power connectors, it

  • OCZ & Super Talent Unveil High Performance SSDs

        OCZ unveiled the Vertex SATA II 2.5” SSD Series featuring 200MB/sec read and 160MB/sec write speeds and up to 64MB onboard cache. MSRPs are USD $129, $249, $469, and $869 for 30GB, 60GB, 120GB, and 250GB models respectively. Separately, Super Talent also announced a new line of UltraDrive SSDs that supports sequential read/write speeds of 230/170

  • GeForce GTX 295 & GTX 285 To Launch @ CES 2009

    NVIDIA is preparing the GeForce GTX 295 and GTX 285 cards for launch on January 8th at CES 2009. According to the official data VR-Zone has seen, GeForce GTX 295 card has dual 55nm GT200 GPUs and 1792MB GDDR3 memories on 896-bit memory interface. The rest of the specs like number of shader processors and clocks

  • Shuttle SFF Line-Up @ CES ’09

    Shuttle is unveiling its latest and most exciting range of products ever at the world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES 2009. Shuttle’s H7 5800 for Core i7 based on X58 chipset will be officially released at CES 2009. X Series with integrated touch screen monitor, available in classy black or elegant white, and 10.2 and 15.6

  • Nokia Unveils N97

    Good news for N-series fans. Nokia recently showcased the new N97 mobile computer at Nokia World 2008 in Barcelona that features 3.5-inch touch display with full QWERTY keypad and supports up to 48GB of storage. It is expected to begin shipping in the first half of 2009.

  • OCZ Slate Series Storage ExpressCard For Notebooks

    OCZ today introduced the Slate Series ExpressCard™, a storage expansion drive for the latest generation of performance notebooks. The Slate Series line comes in storage capacities of 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB.

  • OCZ Released Throttle – eSATA Flash Drive

    OCZ introduced the Throttle eSATA drive offering 90MB/second read speeds and 30MB/sec write speeds with 8GB to 32GB capacities.