TYAN today announced the release of its versatile flexBLADE™ technical workgroup computing platform based on AMD Opteron™ processors. Capable of a wide range of configurations, the versatile flexBLADE™ is comprised of a single chassis form factor with up to 5 dual socket blades, configurable as a cluster, SMP, hybrid-combination or small server farm. Supporting the
Futuremark is proud to announce the formation of a group named the Futuremark Games Studio. "Futuremark Games Studio is committed to developing original IP games with the highest quality game play combined with our established track record of creating blow-your-socks-off visuals", said Tero Sarkkinen, CEO of Futuremark Corporation. "For years, our fans have been asking
Arctic Cooling will be showcasing their new products as well as other reputable models that fascinate enthusiasts and overclockers at CeBIT Hall 21 #B17. To name a few: Xtreme Series – Ultimate coolers for CPU and GPU ECO80 PC Case – From their live demo, you will be able to feel the power of their
Small is good. The lab mice take a look at Asus’ latest rendition of mini-me, tearing it apart and chewing up every single bit of it. We’ll take you on a mousey ride… C’mon in…
Bought that spanking new Quad-core monster but hate the whiny stock cooler? Or perhaps you’re looking to overclock that new Yorkfield/Penryn but not too sure which cooler to get? VR-Zone takes a look at Scythe’s latest monstrous Zipang today.
TUL today announces the high-end graphics solution, HD3870X2, aim to bring incredible performance and life-like graphics to all gamers. This stunning graphics solution built-in Dual HD 3870 GPU, clocks at 825MHz core speed and 900 MHz effective memory speed, doubles the performance of original version. It’s also built with 640 (320×2) stream processing units and
The GECUBE HD3870X2 series is the new performer from AMD’s new HD3000 series. The GECUBE HD3870X2 not only delivers the most immersive 3D gaming effects but can also easily overclock its core and memory frequencies to 850MHz/960*2MHz. GECUBE’s proprietary X-Turbo Dual fan solution uses dual ultra-quiet 7.5cm fans and Quad Heatpipes to deliver a superb
Since Creative Technology’s success as a sound accelerator maker, they have moved into other aspects of the digital entertainment experience. 10 years ago, Creative brought us the Sound Blaster Live! and today, we bring to you a review of the Aurvana Live!
MSI proudly unveils its latest 55nm – ATI R3870X2, R3600, and R3400 series graphics card. Using the latest Radeon™ HD 3000 series chip, users can enjoy the same industry-leading HD quality and ultimate experience for outstanding 3D graphics performance effectiveness.
SPARKLE today unleashed Calibre P888+ Graphics Card with Innovative GDP2 Daughter Card using LCD with back light to show real-time GPU temperature, GPU working voltage, fan speed and Calibre Logo. User can manually switch the surveillance case with corresponding graphic logo to represent the case to avoid damage caused by GPU overheating or lower fan
VR-Zone has captured a CPU-Z screenshot of the Wolfdale E8500 running on a Intel P45 based motherboard. Intel P45 Express chipset is slated to appear in Q2 ’08 supporting 1333FSB, up to 8GB of DDR3-1333 or 16GB of DDR2-800 memories, 1 x16 PCIe 2.0 slot or 2 x8 PCIe 2.0 slots and ICH10/R. In this
Fudzilla talked about AIB partners stocking up on Radeon HD 3870 X2 and driver issue delaying the launch where VR-Zone has heard similar news. One AIB partner told us that there will be more HD 3870 X2 out in the market than HD 3870. The 8.453 drivers which reviewers are using and even the shipping
GECUBE is releasing the HD3600 and HD3400 graphics cards to offer gamers a whole new level of performance and set the market alight once more. The GECUBE exclusive design HD3600 card that together with PCI-Express® 2.0 and DirectX™ 10.1 support allows the core and memory frequencies to be easily overclocked to 800MHz/1.0*2GHz. In addition to
ASUS introduced the world’s first overclocking version of the latest generation of AMD GPUs – the ATI Radeon™ HD 3650 chipset, with the ASUS EAH3650 TOP. With the EAH3650 TOP, gamers can expect core and memory clock performance boosts from 725MHz up to 800MHz, and from 800MHz up to 900MHz respectively. The ASUS EAH3650 Series
VR-Zone has got hold of some photos and specs of the ASUS EAH3870 X2 card. The card features ASUS custom cooler, 4 DVI-I Output, 1GB DDR3 Memory, a bundled Company of Heroes – Opposing Fronts game and a slew of useful ASUS applications like Splendid, Gamer OSD, Video Security Online and Smart Doctor.
TUL today announces the availability of mainstream and value cards with HD3K series products. These product lines include HD3600 series and HD3400 series, aim to bring the advanced graphics architectures and technology to all gamers. For mainstream cards, HD3600 series, PowerColor introduced a complete product line to satisfy every gamer, its professional cooling system (PCS)
AIB partners are trying some ways to differentiate their Radeon HD 3870 X2 products from one another although all the cards now are BBA reference. For this coming launch, both ASUS and GeCube 3870X2 cards will come with custom coolers and have 4 DVI-out. PowerColor is also planning a 4 DVI-out version with Zerotherm GX810
Coolink today introduced its new ChipChilla chipset cooler. The ChipChilla employs a thick 6mm dual-heatpipe as well as a quiet 60mm fan. At only 19dB(A) however, the ChipChilla is significantly quieter than other chipset coolers employing small 40mm fans. The flexible mounting system for push-pins and mounting-hooks makes the ChipChilla compatible with virtually any current
We’ve seen the Crossfire and SLI solutions battling for the ultimate multi-GPU solution, with Nvidia being the first to prove to the masses that two graphics accelerator is not enough for the extreme enthusiast. Today, we bring to you Asus’ rendition of Nvidia’s latest Triple SLI platform, the Asus Striker II: Replublic of Gamers Edition.
Our sources told us Radeon HD 3870 X2 launch is being pushed back to the original date again, which is, 28th January and no reason given by AMD for the change. This change took the AIB partners by surprise too as they have gotten themselves ready for the launch tomorrow. The selling prices set by