Over at Computex, we spotted a very cool embedded solution from VIA which features Dual VIA Eden-N processors on board, CN400 chipset as well as VT8237. This board is based on Mini-ITX form factor and has onboard graphics, sound and up to 3 lan ports. Check out more details on this board now.
There are quite a few interesting sights in Computex 2005. Here are some juicy pictures, including a Taiwanese Phase-Change cooler.
Yonah will be made on the 65-nm process and contains 151.6 million transistors compared to current Pentium M, which has about 140 million transistors. It will have two cores and share a 2MB cache since sharing the cache will significantly boost performance. A single-core version of Yonah will also come out for budget notebooks. Yonah
There are a number of G70 cards floating around in the Computex and i guess you guys have seen enough of the G70 close up shots on many websites so here’s one G70 that we have put together. We have a taste of the G70 card power in 3DMark but we can’t say much at
We managed to catch up with Bruce, the product manager of ULi on their new M1695 and M1697 chipsets and the future directions. According to Bruce, the ULi North Bridge is highly scalable and there is a possibility that ULi will offer a 32 PCIe lanes board by pairing up a M1695 and a M1697
Over at Computex, we learned about NVIDIA is currently working on SLI 2 that will offer twice the number of PCI Express lanes than the current nForce 4 chipsets. This is like combining two nForce 4 MCPs together to offer 32 PCIe lanes. We have heard from one manufacturer that they are building a ultimate
VR-Zone is collaborating with Innovision and Coolermaster at Innovision booth in Computex 2005. First let’s take a look at the beautiful booth located at Hall 1 B634.
The custom-built refrigeration cooled SLI system by us have won us the SLI Rig of the month award! It has the AMD CPU running at -30C and both Inno3D 6800 Ultras running at -10C for 24/7 ultra sweet gaming experience… Check it out here!
VIA launched the VIA C7-M mobile processor at the VIA Technology Forum 2005, with compact notebooks exemplifying the ‘Simply Mobile’ lifestyle featured on the VIA booth at Computex 2005. The VIA C7-M processor is based on the advanced VIA CoolStream™ architecture of the ‘Esther’ core that minimizes power consumption within an ultra compact die while
The NVIDIA SLI technology wave of momentum continued today when top game and application developers announced they are using NVIDIA SLI technology as their primary development platform. Taking full advantage of the power of two graphics processing units (GPUs) within a single PC, developers are pushing the capabilities of today’s games and applications, as well
ATI held a launch party over at Computex Taipei that has attracted many members of the press and business partners attendance. ATI has something to say about their Crossfire and how is it better than NVIDIA SLI technology so find out now.
VR-Zone brings you your daily feeds of Computex babes once again!
Gskill organized an overclocking competition between the overclocking team in Taiwan and the overclocking team from Korea. The competition drew a huge crowd around their booth and even the Taiwanese TV Media was down to film the competition. VR-Zone brings you the action of this contest for performance…
As promised, here’s the Computex report for Day 1 and we saw some interesting products on display at NVIDIA, ATI, Corsair, Sapphire, HIS booths. We will update this report with more booths and products pics soon.
We talked to Jay Marsden, the man behind Crossfire and he gave us some interesting insights on this new platform. The master card will be based on X800 and X850 series, produced by ATI itself and the slave cards will be the X800/850 cards out there in the market. The availability of the master card
ATi has an impressive showcase at Grand Hyatt Taipei with Crossfire live demo as well as a R520 internal demo inside. We talked to Jay Marsden, the man behind Crossfire and he gave us some interesting insights on this new platform.
Intel has presented their EXPC prototype at Computex 05 during their Keynote session helpd at Taipei’s International Convention Hall. Here are some pictures that we took at the Post-Keynote sessions with Intel’s Vice-president, Mr Anand Chandrasekher and Mr Jason Chen, Intel Country Manager for Taiwan. Click on the article for more pictures and information about
VR-Zone brings you some booth babes actions at Computex Taipei today. Check out the booth babes from Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, ATI, AOpen, MSI, and many more!
Back to school used to mean getting new writing pads, stationery, and perhaps the latest in tote-bag design to put all those study books and timetables in. But times have changed, and perhaps the most popular back-to-school ‘must-have’ today is the handheld computer. The Zire™ 72 handheld from palmOne keeps your whole life within reach.
VR-Zone has checked out the Computex halls again today and here’s a sneak look at some of the latest products such as RD400/480 boards, Dual-GPUs cards, memories, coolers, cases, etc. Look out for more Computex coverage coming along the way!