We managed to get some Creative Xmod Wireless goodness before we flew off to Computex, and now it’s time for us to tear it apart and take a look at its sexy innards…
GeForce 8400 GS will be available for retail while 8300 GS is an OEM part. Apparently, both 8400 GS and 8300 GS will be clocked at 450MHz core / 800MHz GDDR2 memory with 64-bit memory interface. The only difference is that 8400 GS has 16 shader processors while 8300 GS has 8 shader processors. The
Today, we bring you a sneak peek of Taiwan’s Kingston Factory. Just a little glimpse of how your memories are prepared and shipped.
Here are some updates from CoolerMaster at Computex including their new 1250w Power Supply and Cosmos Case.
Here are some Updates from Zotac at Computex, including 8400GS Video Cards.
According to the latest AMD desktop graphics roadmap VR-Zone has seen, all next generation GPUs will be 55nm based even for the highest end GPU supporting DX10 Unified Shaders, Crossfire, HDMI, HDCP, UVD and PCI Express 2.0. R680 will be the successor to R600 for the enthusiast segment slated for launch in end of Q4
VR-Zone took a walk down to New York New York, a shopping center beside World Trade Center Hall 2 where Computex 2007 is held just to drop by Shuttle’s VIP lounge. Let’s take a look at some of the exclusive products showcased.
More Girls from Computex 2007 on Day 3!
Time for the news feed again from Taipei, @ Computex 2007!
While we thought this Computex is the most uninteresting year for graphics cards where there are no very interesting stuffs being showcased but luckily Lasso save the day. Lasso is a codename for AMD external graphics technology and the latest revision is able to support Crossfire on the Radeon HD 2000 series. In the current
Check out Scythe’s exxxtravagent cooling… the size of your case, and more right here.
VR-Zone brings you on a tour of the various memory brands and manufacturers’ booths at Computex 2007!
Check out the latest motherboards on display at Computex 2007, brought to you by VR-Zone!
NVIDIA held a Tour for the Press on the first day of Computex. Basically much talk by the speaker was about the emerging importance of GPU acceleration in applications that extend to many areas improving life’s conveniences, instead of the weather-beaten Vista motivation. Nothing much new was learnt, except that a refresh of the 680i
Leslie Sobon – Director, Desktop Business, AMD provided us some updates on Phenom today. According to her, there is no special meaning for G, S and L. G stands for Premium where Phenom X4 will compete against Kentsfield and Phenom X2 will compete against Conroe. S stands for Intermediate while Athlon 64 X2 will compete
After checking out the showbabes, take a look at some of the real deal: Graphics cards found in Computex 2007. If you think your rig smashes the speed barrier, take a look here!
VR-Zone takes a look at the coolers, power supplies and chassis seen at Computex so far…
This year, the first booth we visited at Computex was Asus as we’ve heard that they will be displaying some interesting mainboards this year. True enough, we came by some very unique mainboards… Asus actually have a mainboard model that has integrated DDR3 memory onboard! Pop in to read more about them…
ASUS has unveiled their Xonar D2 series at CeBIT previously and now for the first time, they are going to have a live demo of their Xonar D2 sound card at Computex. Check out what ASUS has to say about their solution vs the Creative X-Fi Elite Pro.
ECS is set to unveil the latest Motherboard series at this year’s Computex exhibition. The new series from ECS which includes the new P35T-A and G33T-M2 motherboards is based on the latest technology from Intel® 3 series chipsets. The latest motherboards equipped with Intel® System Recovery Tool (Intel® SRT), a quick and convenient hard disk