Most of the Nvidia’s AIC partners like Albatron, EVGA, Leadtek, MSI, Gainward, Palit, XFX, POV, Inno3D, ZOTAC have unveiled their 9800GX2 solutions. All of them are Nvidia reference cards as Nvidia doesn’t allow the partners to produce the cards on their own. Therefore, partners have to turn to other form of marketing ideas to distinguish
Corsair, Crucial, G.Skill and OCZ separately announced their fastest DDR3 memories today. Cosair announced DOMINATOR and XMS DHX 2GB kit pre-loaded with EPP2 while Crucial announced Ballistix PC3-16000 (DDR3-2000MHz) high-performance memory modules with EPP2 and latency timings of 9-9-9-28 at 1.9V, available in 1GB modules and 2GB kits. G.Skill announced their new DDR3-1800 CL7 equipped
Whether you like your GPU sandwiches red or green, multi-GPU technology is here to stay. Putting two GPUs on a single PCIe slot is all-so-tantalizing, so check out Inno3D’s rendition of the GeForce 9800 GX2 we have with us today.
VR-Zone got some words that the Intel Larrabee discrete graphics card samples will be ready as early as Q3 this year and it will be shown to their closest partners only. We heard the Larrabee cards are slated for launch in Q2 2009, one year from now. Certainly, Nvidia is not giving up their discrete
Intel today discussed upcoming leading edge microprocessors and technologies. Nehalem is scalable with future versions having anywhere from 2 to 8 cores, with Simultaneous Multi-threading, resulting in 4 to 16 thread capability, 8 MB level-3 cache, 731 million transistors, Quickpath interconnects (up to 25.6GB per second), integrated memory controller and optional integrated graphics. The Larrabee
The NVIDIA 9800GX2 has just hit the shelves and at VR-Zone, we work out the Voltage Modifications before anything else. Here’s a little preliminary modifications for those who are flying the soldering iron, and SLIcing up some double patties.
Apple today introduce Aperture 2, the next major release of its groundbreaking photo editing and management software with over 100 new features that makes it faster, easier to use and more powerful. With a streamlined user interface and entirely new image processing engine, Aperture 2 also introduces new imaging tools for highlight recovery, color vibrancy,
Singapore, March 13 2008 – LG Electronics, a worldwide technology leader in mobile communications has today announced the launch of its first Windows Mobile Â® 6 smartphone in Asia â€“ the LG KS20. Designed to provide an enriched mobile internet experience in a slim and stylish device, the LG KS20 smartphone features a full complement
Asus has been pumping out “Striker” motherboards for a few generations of SLI-capable chipsets already. The third iteration is here, and it supports not just three way SLI, but third generation DDR memory as well. A potential enthusiast platform indeed, but will it live up to its promise?
Our good friend CJ told us some time ago about a die shrink on the G92 from 65nm to 55nm codenamed G92b and it is evident from the information we gotten yesterday that Nvidia is preparing a shift to 55nm on some of the upcoming mobile GPUs. However, we have yet to find out if
Here’s a transition guidance for the upcoming Nehalem and Dunnington processors. There is an early Dunnington ramp in Q3 and it is expected to ramp up till year end reaching ~45% of the overall Expandable (EX) segment comprised of the Tigerton and Tulsa currently. For the Efficient Performance (EP) segment, quad-core Xeon 5400 series ramp
Xeon DP X5470 and L5430 based on quad core Harpertown will cost $ 1386 and $ 562 respectively while X5470 based on dual core Wolfdale will cost $ 1172 at launch in Q3 ’08.
The first quad-core mobile part, the Core 2 Extreme QX9300 for Montevina Platform will come along in Q3 for $ 1038. Intel has also added two new Celeron processors; Celeron 585 and 575 based on the older 65nm Merom core for the Montevina Value Platform. Lastly, the Atom N270 (1.66GHz/533FSB) for Basic Notebook Platform will
Core 2 Extreme QX9300 is the first quad-core part of the 35W Montevina desktop processor family and will arrive in Q3 for US$ 970. The dual-core 45nm parts like X9100, T9600, T9400, P9500, P8600 and P8400 will come along this June for $ 851, $ 530, $ 316, $ 348, $ 241 and $ 209
Intel has a new low-cost segment called “Nettop” designed for basic internet centric and content consumption usage models. It is based on 45nm Atom processors codenamed Diamondville. Intel will release Atom 230, a 1.6GHz clocked single core Diamondville processor for $ 29 in Q2. Higher clocked Atom and dual-core Atom are expected in Q3.
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Thecus has worked closely with AMD and now introduces the all-new N3200M. Coming this spring, the N3200M features AMD technology and delivers a complete media and storage solution perfect for the home. Based on the AMD Geode™ processor, the N3200M’s design concept is centered on the home theater. For video playback, the N3200M supports WMV9,
TUL today announced that it is introducing a high-end graphics solution, PowerColor HD 3870 X2 with Samsung GDDR4 memory that is designed to bring incredible performance and life-like graphics to all gamers. The video card also boasts a built-in Dual HD 3870 GPU that clocks at a core speed of 825MHz and an effective memory
Razer unveiled their Salmosa entry-level mouse at CeBIT today. Key features includes 1800dpi 3G Infrared Sensor, Ultra-Light Form Factor and Hardware Toggles for DPI and Polling Rate. Available in Q3 this year for US$ 39.99.
ASUS has made several innovative improvements with the next generation of the Eee PC – dubbed the Eee PC 900. These new technologies will bring about a brand new concept for Internet access with 1G of memory, larger storage of up to 12GB, and wider 8.9-inch screens. These new Eee PCs will cost 399 Euro