We have a good chance to chat with Caroline Kwok, the Marketing Manager for Innovision and the lady who thought out the i-Chill name. Check out what’s in for Inno3D this year. *Updated with i-Chill graphics cards specs*
Inno3D® “i-Chill” range launches their first new baby in 2007, the overclocked range with NV Silencer 6 cooling fan. Inno3D® “i-Chill” have joined forces with Arctic Cooling, the Swiss leaders in creating thermal cooling solution for PC that specialize in GPU cooling whilst reducing the noise level.
SimpleTech is now shipping 64GB solid state drives in the low profile version of the 2.5″ hard disk drive form factor. This 64GB Zeus drive uses widely available Single-Level Cell NAND devices which achieve a maximum of 2GB per device; the vertical stacking process enables multiples of that capacity per each placement on the SSD
Intel will position its 65nm-based Dual-Core Xeon 5100 sequence (Woodcrest) and Quad-Core Xeon 5300 sequence (Clovertown) series processors as the main force in the 2-way server market in 2007, and will not begin introducing its 45nm-based quad-core (Harpertown) and dual-core (Wolfdale) processors until 2008. However, the delay in switching to new processors isn’t just a
The card makers are now getting ready to ship out their GeForce 8800GTS 320MB cards to their respective customers around the world and we can expect to see mass availability of the cards on the stores on February 12th. Of course, we can’t expect everyone to follow the embargo date so we should be able
Seagate announced the Digital Audio Video Experience (D.A.V.E.™) technology – the project previously code-named "Crickett" - at the DEMO 07 Conference. Having already created significant buzz in the mobile phone community, the DAVE platform is an enabling technology that delivers 10-20 GB of wireless storage in an accessory smaller than many common slim-line mobile phones.
OCZ today announced their Vista Value Upgrade series which includes the highly anticipated 4GB (2x2048MB) dual channel kit. The new lineup of memory is optimized for perfect compatibility for those transitioning from Microsoft Windows® XP to Vista™. The OCZ Vista Upgrade series will be available in both DDR2-667 and DDR2-800. For gamers shifting to Vista
Corsair today unveiled production-ready 2GB DDR2-667 (PC5300) ValueSelectTM SODIMMs. Designed for current generation notebooks and mini-PCs, the new high density SODIMMs allow users to maximize memory bandwidth and minimize performance bottleneck to deliver superior user experience. The Corsair ValueSelect SODIMMs are optimized for Microsoft Windows VistaTM client operating system. The Corsair ValueSelect 2GB SODIMM memory
HP today launched a new workstation powered by a pair of AMD Opteron 2220 (2.8GHz) on nForce Professional 3600+3050 board, minimum of 4GB of DDR2 memories on board configurable up to 32GB, wide choice of SATA 3Gbps and SCSI hard drives, NVIDIA Quadro series (SLI capable) and a 800W PSU. This new HP xw9400/CT Workstation
Segment Q2 2007 Q3 2007 Q4 2007 High Performance X7800(2.6GHz/800FSB/4MB) – $ 795 X7900 Standard Voltage T7700 (2.4GHz/800FSB/4MB) - $ 530 T7500 (2.2GHz/800FSB/4MB) – $ 316 T7300 (2.0GHz/800FSB/4MB) – $ 241 T7100 (1.8GHz/800FSB/2MB) – $ 209 T7800? Low Voltage L7500 (1.6GHz/800FSB/4MB) – $ 316 L7300 (1.4GHz/800FSB/4MB) – $ 284 L7700? Ultra Low
Intel is reclaiming some market share for semiconductors used in data-server networks, but the chip industry’s leader still lost overall share to smaller rival AMD for microprocessors used in PCs and servers in 2006. Intel controlled 74.4% of the microprocessor market at the end of the fourth quarter, down from 76% in the prior quarter.
We knew that the current Intel 975X and 965P chipsets are already supporting ATi Crossfire but the relationship is uncertain after AMD bought over ATi. Rest assured, the upcoming Intel X38 chipset will get official Crossfire support from AMD and we can expect even P35 to get Crossfire support as well. We can also expect
Seems like China has a new phone in development that looks pretty much like Apple’s iPhone with Touch Screen functionality. It is made by a company called Meizu and it is known as M8. It is smaller than Apple iPhone and thus a smaller screen size of 3.3-inches but just about as thin. The screen
Shuttle announced the company’s newest offering of gaming bare bone PCs— the Shuttle SDXi bare bone kit. The package includes the custom hand painted SD37P2 chassis with custom Thermal Electronic Cooler from Peliter for the ATI Graphic cards in Crossfire configurations. Shuttle SDXi barebones now available only via web at http://sys.us.shuttle.com/SDXi.aspx at $ 799 MSRP.
Intel disclosed more details about its 45-nm process, saying it has implemented high-k dielectrics and metal gates for the technology. Intel claims to be one of the first chip makers to implement the new materials in its process technology. Using an undisclosed thick hafnium-based material for its high-k films in gate-stack applications, Intel claims that
It seems like Intel is going to bring back the good old Hyper-Threading and put it back to the 45nm Penryn architecture, something isn’t planned out on the earlier roadmaps. Previously we saw the quad-core Yorkfield having 4 cores / 4 threads and Wolfdale having 2 cores / 2 threads. Now Intel done some changes
We heard faintly about NVIDIA SLI 2.0 technology and it is going to launch during CeBIT in March. Little information is available at this moment but we heard that it will be able to support mixed cards. We are unclear if it is across different series or different models of the same series.. Also there
It seems that G35 Express chipset is going for a bit of a downgrade where previously it is able to support both DDR3-1066/800 and DDR2-800/667 and now only the DDR2. Also the integrated HD-DVD and HDMI features are removed. It can now only pair up with ICH8 series instead of ICH9 and is using the
Multicore processor specialist Plurality Ltd. is starting to ship evaluation boards and associated development kits for its HyperCore Processor, the first designs to emerge from the work on its HyperCore Architecture Line. Commercial 64-core chips are scheduled for the third quarter of this year. The architecture is one of the most scalable general purpose multicore
Intel new Fab 28 is completed and fully operational at Kiryat Gat, Israel. It will utilize a 45nm process on 300mm silicon wafers for producing Penryn processors and will be able to transit to 32nm process when it becomes available to produce Nehalem-C processors. The picture above is the 45nm Penryn processor and the die