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  • Gigabyte GA-M59SLI-S5 Board

    GIGABYTE today proudly unveiled the company’s S series of motherboards for the AMD socket AM2 platform that sport five innovative features that are important in today’s digital media environment – Safe, Smart, Speed, SLI, and Silent-Pipe Technologies. As the flagship of the S series range, the GA-M59SLI-S5 introduces GIGABYTE Silent-Pipe Technology that provides unequalled motherboard

  • NVIDIA GeForce 7 Powers Sony VAIO Blu-ray PCs

    NVIDIA announced that the world’s first PCs equipped with Blu-ray Disc drives feature NVIDIA technology. The new Sony VAIO PCs are powered by NVIDIA GeForce® graphics processing units (GPUs) which include NVIDIA PureVideo™ HD technology. The VAIO RC desktop features the NVIDIA GeForce™ 7600 GT graphics processing unit (GPU), while the VAIO AR notebook uses

  • Corsair DDR2-1066 & DDR2-800 Low Latency 2GB Kits

    Corsair today announced broad availability of the world’s first production DDR2-1066 and DDR2-800 low latency 2GB kits. The new TWIN2X2048-8500C5 and the TWIN2X2048-6400C4 are optimized for the upcoming NVIDIA nForce® 590 chipset based motherboards and feature Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP). Rated at scorching fast 1066MHz, the latest TWIN2X2048-8500C5 combines the best of high frequency performance

  • ABIT spills Nvidia nForce 570 SLI beans

    Motherboard maker Abit has announced a board based on Nvidia’s as-yet-unlaunched nForce 570 SLI chipset. The mobo, the KN9 SLI, supports AMD’s upcoming Socket AM2 interconnect and the “newest dual-core AMD processors”.

  • Forceware 90 Early Look

    We take an early look at what the NVIDIA Forceware 90 drivers offer!

  • Planex Networking Antennas

    Here we look at Planex Networking Antennas, 5dbi and 8dbi Onmi-antennas. See what these antennas are for and how you can use them to improve wireless signal at home or at your office!

  • More AMD AM2 Motherboards

    Some AMD AM2 motherboards have washed up our shores. Check out the Epox MF570 SLI motherboard based on the NForce 570 SLI MCP here, and the Foxconn C51XEM2AA based on the NForce 590 SLI MCP here.

  • NVIDIA 7950GX2 Voltage Mod Guide

    The 7950GX2 are built for high definition gaming, so squeezing the extra clocks out of them will help smoothen that 2560×1600 gaming experience. VR-Zone shows you a few tips…

  • Futuremark Develops Performance Analysis Tools & Services for Vista

    Futuremark, creators of world’s most widely used benchmarks for PCs and handhelds, today announced they have signed a deal with Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ “MSFT”). The contract covers online services and performance analysis tools in support of Microsoft Windows XP and the upcoming Windows Vista operating systems. Financial details related to the venture have not been

  • Dates for Intel Xeons WoodCrest

    Intel is set to announce Core and Dual-Core WoodCrest on the 19th of June 2006, with the goods being delivered no later than 25th of June 2006. The retail name will stick with the established Intel Xeon name. During that time there will be Xeons based on the Dempsey Core and the new WoodCrest Core

  • Powercolor X1900GT

    With the competitive pace at which graphics cards for different segments of the market debut and move, the prices of these cards move along quite dynamically and a card that filled the USD$ 350 spot may be filling a USD$ 250 spot in a few months time. The USD$ 330-$ 350 spot strikes a very

  • Palm Handhelds Great Offers

    Mother’s Day is here again and what will make a better gift than a Palm handheld which will help enrich her busy life. With Palm offering special deals on a whole series of their award-winning products, you can now get your Mother a Palm handheld that best fits her character! Buy a Palm handheld from

  • 65nm Intel Celeron D Soon

    The new Intel Celeron D based on the 65nm Cedar Mill cores will be announced on the 28th of May 2006, with availability within 2 weeks after announcement. The Cedar Mill Cores will first be implemented on the higher-end models such as Celeron D 352 (3.2GHz/512KB L2/533MHz FSB) and Celeron D 356 (3.33GHz/512KB L2/533MHz FSB)

  • AMD 65nm Processors in December 2006

    HKEPC has received news from a motherboard manufacturer that AMD will start supplying 65nm CPUs in December 2006, first for the OEM market. The consumer market will get theirs in Quarter 1 of 2007, first in Dual Core variants only, including Athlon 64×2 4200+ (2.2Ghz/512KB L2 x2), Athlon 64×2 4400+ (2.2GHz/1MB L2 x2), Athlon 64×2

  • Dell’s XPS Renegade 700 Features Core Duo 2, Quad SLI

    Dell Inc.’s new generation gaming system, which the company unveiled early on Thursday, will sport four GeForce 7900 graphics processors along with dual-core Intel Core 2 Duo-series chip, it was revealed during the E3 exhibition.

  • More Word 2007 Features: Blogging Hooks

    Microsoft is hip to the latest trends on the Internet, and blogging will be a part of the user experience with Office 2007. Joe Friend, lead program manager for Word 2007, discussed in his blog that Word 2007 will offer blog authoring and publishing.

  • Forceware 90 For NVIDIA SLI PhyX

    We heard that the upcoming Forceware 90 series will support NVIDIA SLI PhyX and it will be available in Q3 when the games are ready for it.

  • GeForce 7600 AGP Series In Mid July

    7600GT-AGP : 560MHz Core / 700MHz memory, 12 pipes, available in 256MB/128bit DDR3 memory interface, 3080 in 3DMark06 7600GS-AGP : 400MHz Core / 400MHz memory, 12 pipes, available in 256MB/128bit DDR2 memory interface, 2117 in 3DMark06

  • ECS P965-A Exposed!

    Our friends at HKEPC have gotten their hands on a piece of ECS P965-A. It runs on the Intel P965 “BroadWater P” chipset, ICH8R southbridge and the VRM11 layout on the Vcore regulation supports upcoming Conroe CPUs. 16x + 4x PCIe lanes will support ATi Crossfire Dual CPU topology. Lot’s more details translated, just click!

  • ASUS PhysX P1 GRAW Edition

    The AGEIA Physics Processing Unit, PhysX, claims to be the next big thing that will revolutionize the way games are being played. The large emphasis placed on visual image quality effects for the past years seems to have part of it’s potency sapped as the hype surrounding gaming physics get stirred bigger with the retail