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  • Sony announces new PS3 with 250GB storage and FF XIII Lightning Edition

    If you have recently bought the new 120GB Sony PlayStation 3  (PS3) Slim, you are going to hit the ceiling when you hear this; the Sony PS3 Slim with 250GB hard drive is going to be in stores soon and will be about S$40 more expensive than the original PS3 Slim announced in mid September. In

  • AMD releases revised Phenom II – X4 965 fits to 125W

    As we expected, AMD is now releasing a new revision of the Phenom II X4 965, C3. The most notable feature is reduced power consumption, dropping from a seary 140W to 125W. In reality, the previous 965 was right on the boundary of 125W anyway, so the actual drop in load power is reported to

  • Western Digital announces the S25 SAS drive for enterprise

    Yes, Western Digital has now entered the traditional enterprise drive market with its first SAS hard disk drive, the S25. It spins at 10,000 RPM, has a 2.5″ form factor, and has SAS interfaces of 3Gb/s and 6Gb/s. Sequential transfer rate is clocked at 128MB/sec. And the drives have a 1.6 million MTBF estimate to go with

  • Toshiba Goes Overkill With Launch Of 25 New TVs

    Got us on surprise there with the latest press release by Toshiba Japan, 25 new LCD TVs will be launched on the course from the end of September till December. Lets take a quick look

  • Lian-Li PC-B25F Alu Chassis Completely Tool-Less

    Lian-Li has launched the PC-B25F midi tower chassis, a hair-line brushed all aluminum chassis based on the original PC-B25 “Blue Ring” classic. It is now completely tool-less; a PSU Bracket with tool-less clasp, 3x ODD 5.25” bays with mounting bar, PCI brackets with tool-less clip and HDD bays with tool-less bracket. Thermal wise, it has front

  • Corsair Adds 256GB to Extreme Series SSD

    Corsair adds a 256GB addition to its high-performance Extreme Series SSD family built using the Indilinx Barefoot controller and Samsung MLC NAND flash memory. It offers read speeds of up to 240MB/s and write speeds of up to 170MB/s. It also features 64MB of cache memory.

  • AMD debuts Athlon II X2 250 and Phenom II X2 550 Black Edition CPUs

    AMD debuts their new processors – Athlon II X2 250 and Phenom II X2 550, promising valued performance at an affordable price. Lets see what they have to offer

  • GALAXY Adds Another Self-Designed GTS 250 Card

    GALAXY has once again released a new GTS250 into its line-up. This self-designed GTS250 adopts a 5 phase power supply with a GALAXY own-design new 3D style cooler which is touted to cool up to 5 degrees cooler. It also sports Dual BIOS, PWM fan etc, native HDMI output. The usage of high speed 0.8ns GDDR3

  • Acer’s Aspire One D250 and AS3935 Retailing in Japan

    Acer Japan is retailing their latest lineup for netbooks – Aspire One D250 and their notebook – AS3935. Sleek and good looking, let’s see what they have got.

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250

    The latest product of NVIDIA’s renaming spree is the GTS 250, previously known as the 9800GTX+. Is this just another ploy by NVIDIA to push old parts on unsuspecting consumers?

  • Palit Put 2GB GDDR3 On GeForce GTS 250

    Palit announces its new custom design addition to the GT200 series: GTS 250 2GB, 1GB and 512MB. The new cards feature a higher core speed of 745MHz on its 0.8ns GDDR3 memory with a 256bit interface. The cooling system comprises of two-ball bearing PWM fan, heat-pipes, and copper base plating. The card comes with 4-phase power supply too.

  • Silicon Power Doubles 2.5-inch SSD to 256GB

    After releasing the 128 GB 2.5-inch SATA II SSD, Silicon Power doubled it with a 256GB version. It can reach a read speed of 165 MB/s and a write speed of 95MB/s as well as the very low (0.2ms) latency.

  • Cheaper GeForce GTS 250 Cards Available On March 3rd

    From March 3rd onwards, GeForce 9800 GTX+ will officially be rebranded as GeForce GTS 250. The specs remains the same as the 9800GTX+ but some AIC makers are planning to market those cards as a whole new product with a new cooler. Click to read more.

  • Partners Preparing GeForce GTS 250 Cards

    Nvidia will be rebranding their 55nm G92 based GeForce 9800 GTX+ card to become GeForce GTS 250. Card makers are expected to receive a remarked G92 core from Nvidia to make their GTS 250 cards. The markings on the G92 core changes from G92-420-B1 to G92-421-B1 to differentiate between the two although they are essentially the same.

  • Transcend StoreJet 25F Hard Drive

    Transcend has recently announced their latest 2.5-inch portable hard drive, StoreJet™ 25F. It features a sleek and stylish exterior and packs a storage capacity of up to 500GB for you to store your important data.

  • G.Skill Releases TITAN SATA II 2.5-inch SSD In 128/256GB

    G.Skill today unveiled the G.SKILL Titan SATA II 2.5” SSD Series available in 128GB and 256GB capacities.

  • Sapphire Announced AMD FireStream 9250 Card

    Sapphire today announced next-generation AMD FireStream 9250™ processor accelerates scientific and engineering calculations, efficiently delivering supercomputer performance at up to eight gigaflops-per-watt. It features 1GB of GDDR3 memory. The FireStream™ 9250 and the supporting SDK are available in beginning of November 2008 while AMD FireStream™ 9170 is currently available for purchase now.

  • Sapphire FirePSU 625W For Workstation

    Sapphire announced the compatibility, quality and Stability Powers supply –Sapphire FirePSU 625W. The PSU use the aluminum capacity to make sure the power output quality. FirePSU is fully 80 PLUS certified and offer users up to 88% power efficiency. Sapphire FirePSU provide 3 set of DC 12V output power up to 500W and DC 3.3V,

  • Biostar TPower I45 Set 725MHz FSB Record

    BIOSTAR announces that a well-known overclocker nicknamed Youngpro broke FSB world record with FSB 725MHz using TPower I45 Motherboard. Youngpro, who is based in Australia, first reached 685MHz, but then trumped his own record by using LN2 and broke the FSB world record by climbing to as high as 725MHz. He also managed to get

  • RV770 Launch On 25th June, Clocks Finalized

    AMD has informed their partners that the new launch date for Radeon HD 4800 (RV770) series is now 25th June therefore Radeon HD 4850 (RV770PRO) and Radeon HD 4870 (RV770XT) will launch together. AMD has also finalized the core clocks of the 4850 and 4870 cards and they will be clocked at 625MHz and 750MHz