The Nvidia GeForce 6800 series has been around for quite a while now, and from the time they were top-of-the-line cards till now, it has been through many price drops to keep its price to performance ratio good enough for people to continue buying it. Is the 6800 still worth your money? Let’s find out!
The NVIDIA Shop Deco Competition had just wrapped up with a fantastic finale last Saturday at Sim Lim Square. Stratix, VR-Zone’s photographer for the event has just posted a thread filled with the field pictures. Do check it out over here: http://forums.vr-zone.com.sg/showthread.php?t=45372
Ever had the desire to setup your own wireless home network? But lack the know-how to do it? Look no further as this guide provides you the simplest steps on how to create and secure your home network.
Much talk has been going with regards to the “green” NVIDIA decor sported by many retailers in Sim Lim Square and Funan recently. As a collaborative effort between VR-Zone and NVIDIA, we bring you coverage of this mega scale Competition! **Look in here for the results and Prize Giving Ceremony of this competition!**
Well, it’s been a busy month for all of us, and come tomorrow, it will be the time where the heros should be honoured. All of you are welcomed to come down and witness the end of this grand event! Starting from 12pm onwards, the 4 sweet Nvidia ladies will be in Sim Lim Square,
What we are reviewing here is a little monster from X-Micro, a Taiwanese company specializing in innovative digital multimedia devices, storage devices, and wireless communication devices. Let’s take a look at how this player fare against the competition, including the better-known players…
We have heard of SLI for notebooks half a year back with two GeForce 6800Ultra Go on a Dell notebook and we are pretty sure NVIDIA is going do it again for their recently launched 7800 GTX Go. The only problem is that your battery power is going to drain real fast with that setup
ATi has some cool innovations on the mobile front that might pose some challenges to NVIDIA. We heard that ATi is going to implement Power Express Technology into their future Catalyst drivers or thru a separate software that enables hot switching between IGP and discrete graphics. This will allow the notebooks featuring ATi discrete graphics
NVIDIA is going to release the GeForce 7200 in Q1 next year which is going to be 90nm based. Here we can see the die shot of the GeForce 7200 which is rather small and manufactured in Week 43 of Year 2005 and is A3 revision. The core clock will reach as high as 450MHz
X1800 XL X1800 XT GeForce 7800 GS GeForce 7800GT GeForce 7800GTX GeForce 7800GTX 512 Pixel Pipelines 16 16 16 20 24 24 Geometry Pipelines 8 8 6 7 8 8 Core Clock 500MHz 625MHz 375MHz 400MHz 430MHz 550MHz Memory Clock (DDR) 500MHz 750MHz 500MHz 500MHz 600MHz 850MHz Peak Pixel Fill Rate 10Gpixels/s 10Gpixels/s 6Gpixels/s
VIA today announced that VIA’s latest high performance chipset for the AMD platform, the VIA K8T900, is sampling to leading motherboard partners to create platforms tailored for the PC enthusiast market. Integrating VIA’s proprietary RapidFire™ technology that incorporates a number of PCI Express enhancements, the VIA K8T900 offers exceptional performance across the board, while also
The release of the Microsoft Xbox 360 will be driving performance of ATI and SiS in the fourth quarter of this year. Foundry service providers for ATI and SiS, TSMC and UMC will likely benefit from the huge demand for the game console that three million units will be sold worldwide in the first three
ATI announced today that its Chairman, K.Y. Ho, has retired as a director and officer of the Company. Mr. Ho was a founder of ATI in 1985 and also served as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer until June 1, 2004. Mr. Ho stated, “ATI has been more than a major part of my career, it
Date : 24 – 27 November 2005 (Thursday to Sunday) Time : 11am – 9pm Venue : Singapore Expo, Hall 4 & 5 Booth No : Creative Booth @ 5E01, Hall 5 X-Fi Booth @ 4B01, Hall 4 Creative Technology will participate in SITEX 2005 with two booths which will be filled with more than
Date: 24th – 27th November 2005 Venue: Singapore Expo, Hall 5 Booth: 5C20 (Hall 5) NOW: 4 GB – S$ 199 (w GST) Usual Price – S$ 249 (w GST) NOW: 8 GB – S$ 269 (w GST) Usual Price – S$ 319 (w GST) Iomega MicroMini Hard Drive – 1 .0” USB 2.0 (Available
Today, we are looking at two sets of high-end 2x1GB memory modules from Corsair, the TWINX2048-3500LL PRO and the TWINX2048-4400 PRO. Both pairs belong to the high-end XMS series from Corsair, and are claimed to be highly overclockable. Let’s see if they perform as good as they look!
Fujitsu’s Booth Number is: 5G20 Singapore Expo Hall 5 Fujitsu Deskpower TX RRP = S$ 6,888 32 inch wide screen PC/TV 600GB storage space Video recording and viewing Promotion: Free Denon Sound Systems + Upgrade to 1GB RAM Fujitsu LifeBook P7120 RRP = S$ 3,988 Optimised design for mobility at 1.38kg Ultimate long life battery
Swiftech™ today announced the release of the Patent Pending APOGEE water-block and revamping of its entire line of CPU Liquid Cooling kits. The Apogee water-block is a universal CPU cooling solution that reaches “exotic” performance levels without the flow restrictions usually associated with such high-end devices. As a result, it yields substantial performance gains in
- Intel Pentium Processor Extreme Edition 955/Pentium D/Pentium 4/Celeron - Intel 975X + Intel ICH7R - 1066/800MHz FSB - 4 x DIMM, max. 8GB, DDR2 800/667/533, ECC and non-ECC un-buffered memory - 2 x PCI-E x16, 2 x PCI Express x1, 2 x PCI - Broadcom Gigabit LAN - 7.1ch Audio - 2 x Serial
ASUS introduced the Main Station Motherboard Series and the inaugural model, P5WDG2-WS, which is based on the Intel 975X chipset and supports the Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition 955 dual-core processors. Made for high-end computer and workstation users, the P5WDG2-WS provides powerful computing, superior scalability for future upgrades, quiet system cooling and stable continuous