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  • SPARKLE GeForce 7600 GT COOL-PIPE Card

    SPARKLE today announced the immediate availability of SPARKLE GeForce 7600 GT COOL-PIPE Graphic Card for mainstream market. SPARKLE GeForce 7600 GT COOL-PIPE Graphic Card is the best choice for mainstream pc gamers who are seeking high DirectX 9 firepower and zero working noise. Furthermore, SPARKLE GeForce 7600 GT COOL-PIPE graphic card uses noiseless passive cooling

  • DFI RD600 ICFX3200T2R/G BIOS

    Do you recall the feeling of lost and overwhelm the first time you went into a BIOS menu at the start of your DIY years? This board does it to me… Now don’t laugh, I dare you to refute me after looking through the following…

  • AMD To Discard PR Rating For Future CPUs

    AMD plans to discard the PR scheme starting from the next-generation Stars processor like Agena and Kuma. AMD will release its top dual-core processor, Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (3GHz/1MB L2x2), in Q1 2007. Previously named Athlon 64 FX-64, Athlon 64 X2 6000+ is fabricated in 90nm process and has 89W and 125W TDP edition. The

  • A-DATA PD7 Turbo Speed Flash Disk

    A-DATA just released the Professional Series PD7 Turbo Speed USB 2.0 flash disk with amazing 33MB/sec read and 22MB/sec write speeds in 1 to 8 GB sizes. With the outstanding read/ write speed, PD7 can work with Windows® Vista™ ReadyBoost™ to boost PC performance. When using Windows Vista, the PD7 can be allocated into two

  • Creative Wireless Headphones SE2300

    Creative today announced the Creative Wireless Headphones SE2300. For added convenience, the Creative Wireless Headphones SE2300 features a cool lightweight design, user-friendly controls and advanced Bluetooth technology. The trendy Creative Wireless Headphones SE2300 is great for MP3 music on the go, as it is designed for maximum flexibility and portability. With a lightweight clip-on design,

  • Intel To Cut Core 2 Prices In Q2 2007

    CPU Clock FSB Cache Q1 Price Q2 Price Q6600 2.4GHz 1066MHz 2 x 4MB $ 851 $ 530 E6700 2.66GHz 1066MHz 4MB $ 530 $ 316 E6600 2.4GHz 1066MHz 4MB $ 316 $ 224 E6420 2.13GHz 1066MHz 4MB - $ 183 E6400 2.13GHz 1066MHz 2MB $ 224 $ 183 E6320 1.83GHz 1066MHz 4MB - $

  • TI Unveils Battery Management Chips

    Texas Instruments today introduced several new battery management integrated circuits (ICs), including its next-generation Impedance Track(TM) “gas gauge” chipset, to improve battery performance and protect multi-cell, lithium-based battery packs used in notebooks and other systems.

  • Matsushita To Mass Produce Spark-Resistant Batts

    Matsushita aims to mass-produce spark-resistant batteries, eyeing a potential sales opportunity following incidents involving rivals’ battery packs. It has boosted its production capacity of batteries insulated with heatproof layers to five million units per month, up from 100,000 in April. Matsushita hopes to raise production of heat-resistant batteries for laptops first, and aims to raise

  • Bloomfield To Hit > 4GHz & Has 8MB Cache

    Based on the 45nm Nehalem architecture, Intel aims to bring Bloomfield clock speed above 4GHz in 2008. It is a speed that Intel never get to hit with their previous generation of processors where the highest clock speed reach is 3.8GHz with their Pentium 4 570 & 670. Bloomfield will contain 8MB of shared L2

  • B-2 To L-2 Stepping For 2MB Conroes

    Intel® is initiating a B-2 to L-2 stepping conversion for Intel® Core™2 Duo processors E6300 & E6400 (Conroe) and Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® processors 3040 & 3050 (UP Xeon processors based on Conroe) where they will undergo the following changes: • New S-Spec and MM numbers for the converting products • CPUID will change from 6F6

  • OCZ EvoStream 720W PSU

    OCZ announced the availability of a 720W configuration in the EvoStream power supply family. This 100% modular PSU is equipped with EZMod technology to allow complete customization of your power system by utilizing only the cables you require. Ideal for the high-power user, the 720W EvoStream combines leading-edge technology for high power users with a

  • Pampering Myself This Christmas

    Well, I know no one’s going to give me any Christmas gifts, so I guess I need to do something about it. It’s about time I pampered myself. The build has begun… Danger Den Cool New All-Clear Torture Rack, 8800GTX SLI Waterblocks, a pair of Inno3D 8800GTX, ASUS Striker Extreme 680i SLI… Part by part

  • Galaxy Enters Mobo Biz w/ nForce 680i

    Galaxy has made their first step into the motherboard business by unveiling their first motherboard based on nForce 680i chipset. It is based on NVIDIA reference design though for a start.

  • TwinMOS TwiSTER DDR2-850 CL5 OC Modules

    TwinMOS introduced the brand new TwiSTER DDR2-850 CL5 over-clocking DRAM modules after previously announced TwiSTER DDR2-800 CL5 and TwiSTER DDR2-1066 CL5 last month. So the 3 kinds of overclocking modules make TwiSTER series are specially designed to meet the demanding hardware requirements of over-clockers, advanced game players, and enterprise users. New-generation, high-performance 0.09μm original dies

  • Intel Bearlake G+ Head-on w/ NVIDIA MCP79

    Bearlake G officially known as G33 will be using back the current graphics core of the G965 which is the GMA X3000. We can expect G33 to be pretty similar to G965 on the GMCH side except for the support for DDR3 memories. On the ICH side, G33 will be paired up with the upcoming

  • NVIDIA MCP73 & MCP79 IGP Chipsets For Intel

    NVIDIA has previously mentioned its new products for Intel IGP market. MCP73 is scheduled to release in Q2 2007 while MCP79 is the probably the next in line. Based on GeForce 7300, MCP73 support for Direct X 9.0c and Shader Model 3.0, with build-in HDMI and HDCP, and provide 720p H.264 decoding capability by PureVideo

  • AMD Ships 90nm X2 5400+ & 5600+

    AMD would begin shipping the Athlon 64 X2 5400+ and the 5600+ to OEMs, which AMD said will include Dell. The two new dual-core processors would offer better graphics performance, while reducing power costs. The 5400+ and the 5600+ each offer speeds of 2.8GHz, an AM2 socket and an 89-watt thermal design. With the 5400+,

  • AMD & IBM Upbeat On 45nm CPUs

    IBM and AMD presented papers describing the use of immersion lithography, ultra-low-K interconnect dielectrics, and multiple enhanced transistor strain techniques for application to the 45nm microprocessor process generation. AMD and IBM expect the first 45nm products using immersion lithography and ultra-low-K interconnect dielectrics to be available in mid-2008. The continued enhancement of AMD and IBM’s

  • Kingmax SuperRAM DDR400 w/ Decoder Chip

    Kingmax releases the latest version of its SuperRAM DDR400 in a bid to greatly protect consumer rights by combating counterfeit goods on the market. The SuperRAM DDR400 has been completely thoroughly repackaged, and now has a clear distinguishing mark: the color of the PCB board has been changed to deep blue, replacing the wine-red color

  • NVIDIA Named Most Respected Fabless SemiCon Company

    NVIDIA Corporation today announced that the Fabless Semiconductor Association (FSA) presented the Company with the “Most Respected Public Fabless Company” award during the annual FSA Awards Dinner on Thursday, December 7, 2006 in Santa Clara, Calif. The industry’s “Most Respected Public Fabless Company” award is designed to identify the company garnering the most respect in