• Sony Sells Playstation 3 At Loss

    iSuppli Corp.’s dissection reveals the PlayStation 3 is an engineering masterpiece that sets a new high mark for computing price/performance—even when considering it is more expensive than its nearest rival, the Xbox 360 from Microsoft Corp. The combined materials and manufacturing cost of the PlayStation 3 is $ 805.85...

  • AMD Sampling RV505CE GPUs

    ATI has started to sample the real RV505CE chips after two months delay. 80nm RV505CE is a shrunken version of ATI’s 90nm RV515 core. It is manufactured by TSMC and has the same features as RV515, RV516 chips. It supports Shader Model 3.0, 64 or 128-bit memory interface, Avivo...

  • OPTi Sues AMD

    Chip design company Opti has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against AMD, after reaching an out of court settlement in a similar case against Nvidia earlier this year. Opti, which licenses intellectual property for technology used primarily by PC and chip manufacturers, claims that AMD has infringed three of...

  • SiS671FX Chipset For Core 2 Duo

    SiS today announced that the newly-released SiS671FX integrated chipset is specially designed for Intel platform and is considered one of the most valuable products in mainstream market. Following the development of Microsoft Windows VistaTM operating system, SiS proudly unveiled its latest SiS671FX chipset supporting this next-generation OS in Q4,...

  • ATi Chipsets Renamed

    After the completion of acquisition, AMD revealed the company’s plan to merge ATI’s chipset under the brand of AMD. Affected chipsets include those released CrossFire enabled RD580, RD550, RD480 and all future chipsets for AMD platform. The product segment includes X(Multi GPU), T(Premium Class IGP), G(Mainstream Class IGP) and...

  • AMD Desktop CPU Roadmap Updated

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  • OCZ System Elite Memory Series

    OCZ today unveiled the new OCZ System Elite memory product family, a clear-cut means for system integrators to select the best possible memory solution for new builds or total system enhancement. Several product offerings will be available in the System Elite line providing SIs and system builders an assortment...

  • NVIDIA Reality Tour 2006 Singapore

    The NVIDIA Reality Tour showcases NVIDIA’s latest jaw-droppingly powerful, incredibly true-to-life PC gaming solutions on December 2nd and 3rd 2006 at Singapore’s popular IT Mall,Funan DigitaLife Mall. Experience first-hand the ultimate in PC gaming, compete in head-to-head mini tournaments on the newest NVIDIA nForce and GeForce hardware, and win...

  • Intel Desktop CPU Roadmap Updated

  • Seagate LD25 Series Hard Drives For Gaming

    Seagate today announced that its 40GB, 60GB and 80GB LD25 Series Hard Drives have started to ship to a new generation of technology appliance manufacturers. The LD25 Series drive provides an ideal combination of capacity and size for leading-edge game consoles, low-profile set-top boxes, home entertainment devices, small-form-factor computing...

  • AMD Stream Processor, Part Of Torrenza Initiative

    AMD introduced the world’s first dedicated stream processor designed to meet the specific hardware demands of high-performance computing (HPC) applications. Engineered specifically for compute-only systems such as workstations and servers, the AMD Stream Processor™ makes use of AMD’s new thin hardware interface called CTM™ to drive substantial performance gains...

  • TyanPSC Typhoon T-600 Series

    TyanPSC, the OEM business unit of Tyan Computer Corporation, today announced the launch and availability of the next generation in personal supercomputing: the Typhoon 600 series using Intel Xeon 5300 “Clovertown” processors. Features are 256 gigaflops peak performance, 1400 Watts max, plugs into standard wall outlet, Small form factor,...

  • LG’s 10.6-inch widescreen Ultra Portable PC

    LG unveiled a new line in ultra portable notebooks, including the A1 EXPRESS DUAL and C1 EXPRESS DUAL, a tablet PC with powerful mobility and advanced capabilities. The A1 /C1 EXPRESS DUAL series, weighing in at just *1kg (approx.) and offering a 10.6” widescreen, come equipped with *5:30 hours...

  • ASUS Striker Extreme nForce 680i Motherboard

    ASUS is proud to introduce the Striker Extreme motherboard, which is specifically designed to simplify the DIY process and add style to gaming systems. As the newest member of the popular Republic of Gamers (ROG) series, the nForce 680i SLI-based Striker Extreme supports Intel Quad-Core Processor and Nvidia’s Quad-SLI...

  • Intel Dynamic Acceleration Technology For Meroms

    Merom T7700, the T7500, the T7300 and the T7100 will have IDA, which stands for Intel Dynamic Acceleration. It allows extra performance without adding anything to the bill of materials (BOM) and also keeps to 35W for standard voltage, 17W for low voltage and 10W for ultra low voltage...

  • Cheap Core 2 Duo E4300 On 21 Jan 2007

    Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 is now scheduled to release on 21 Jan 2007. Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 is the first native 2MB L2 Conroe at L2 Stepping. The processor is running at 1.8GHz, 800MHz FSB and 9X multiplier. Without adding voltage, 1066MHz FSB is mostly achieved and...

  • Intel Cancels E1000, Plans For E2000 CPUs

    Intel has cancelled single core Pentium E1000 previously planned to release in Q207 and plans to unveil a new dual core family known as Pentium E2000. Pentium E2000 is based on native L2 stepping 2MB Conroe core, in which 1MB of the L2 cached is disabled. This family is...

  • AMD Cans PIC Project

    AMD has pulled the plug on its Personal Internet Communicator, once envisioned as a low-cost computer for the developing world. The PIC was introduced in 2004 as part of AMD’s 50×15 project, in which the company has pledged to help bring Internet access to half the world’s population by...

  • The Future Of Mobile Phones

    Mobile phones will undergo a dramatic transformation over the next few years, incorporating more powerful processors and more storage, as well as new technologies. By 2010 or so, handsets will use flexible or holographic displays and could have processors that run at clock speeds up to 5GHz. In addition,...