In our labs today is an interesting product from the alpine nation of Austria. Noctua's NH-C14 processor heatsink possesses an interesting design which lets you mount the fan either above or below the fin array, promising compatibility with large memory modules or narrow casings. Read on to find out how Noctua's top-flow heatsink design stacks
HP's ENVY 14 Beats Edition notebook may be well-known among audiphones and notebook users as one such device which boasts some serious enphasis on how notebook audio can and should be, but the fact that HP has yet to refresh the notebook with some love in the form of Intel's latest processors may probably turn
In today's news roundup: NVIDIA's acquisition of Icera, a developer of wireless modems for 3G and 4G mobile phones and tablet devices, has put it in a position where it is now able to sell both application and baseband processors for smartphones and tablets; Word has it that Intel is reportedly dissatisfied with the way
One of our eagle-eyed vrforumer xuejia22 spotted this amazing S$999 offer from Carrefour for an Alienware M14x (usual SRP S$2499) which was repeated in numerous advertisement placements in the TODAY newspaper and signboards at the Singapore EXPO show hall (Carrefour Mega Expo Sale). Alas when he and a horde of bargain hunters rushed in after the show doors
Gaming laptops, you say? Who needs them when the world is moving towards smaller, low-powered machines that are designed to be versatile enough to handle everything the average consumer can throw at it? Well, tell THAT to the gaming community which strongly believes in the benefits of having a notebook powerful enough to handle most of
The Macbook Air may be one of the better looking notebooks available on the market today, but consumers who crave an Apple-branded, ultrathin notebook that features a screen size which is neither 11 inches or 13 inches are essentially out of luck. However, it would seem that such consumers will have a little more choice
InFocus has introduced their latest IN146 short throw projector that boasts widescreen resolution,HDMI connectivity and 3D at affordable price. If you are looking for a projector like this one, the InFocus IN 146 is available now.
In today's news roundup: Thermaltake's dual 120mm tower cooling fan, the Thermaltake Jing Silent CPU cooler, gets reviewed; EVGA's dual-GPU GeForce GTX590 Classified gets the quad-SLI treatment for a performance review by Hi Tech Legion; Red Hat is reportedly planning to create a new programming language that will kill off the use of Java in
Dell's Alienware division is getting ready to launch a new 14-inch gaming notebook according to leaked information posed on a blog that tend to have accurate details of upcoming Dell products and among other things predicted the M17x R3. The same site is also saying that we can expect Dell to launch the updated M11x
Dell has had only three Alienware notebooks up for sale for quite some time, but it seems that consumers may be soon able to have a greater variety of choices, thanks to a couple of leaked images. Apparently, hidden in Dell's factories are two more Alienware notebooks in its production line, and they come in
In today's news roundup: ASRock shows off some new motherboards in Germany; BIOSTAR's new board featuring the P67 chipset, the TP67XE, gets taken out for a review; InsideHW offers its opinion about the current Microsoft-Nokia partnership; Famed hacker Comex has already found a way to jailbreak the iPad 2 and is said to be working
In today's news roundup: OCZ's RevoDrive X2 PCIe SSD, Jetway's Mini-ITX NC98-525E-LF motherboard, Lian Li's aluminium PC-V2120 chassis and ASUS's P7P55D Premium Intel P55 Express motherboard get reviewed, Antennagate returns with a vengeance on Apple's new CDMA-band iPhone 4 smartphones, Skype for iPhone has been updated to support the H.264 codec for video calls, Nokia
In today’s news roundup: NVIDIA’s mobile GPU, the GeForce GTX 485M, has been spotted in both single-chip and SLI configurations in Eurocom’s line of performance notebooks; interesting information about Intel’s Sandy Bridge microarchitecture has been revealed; Apple has scored a patent for solar-powered chargers; Adobe is reportedly taking steps to give users more control over
Artists and sound engineers spend countless hours perfecting their sound before even thinking about shipping the end product off for retail. Unfortunately, that effort is often lost on end-users who deem it fit to sully their efforts with sub-standard earbuds and headphones. Will HP’s ENVY 14 (Beats Edition) notebook and its accompanying Beats By Dr.
Noctua has introduced its new NH-C14 CPU cooler. Sporting an exquisite, uniquely flexible 140mm dual fan setup of two Noctua NF-P14, the NH-C14 is a highly customisable, premium-class top-flow solution that further boosts the renowned quiet cooling performance of the company’s much acclaimed NH-C12 series.
Just a few hours prior to AMD’s big Radeon HD 6800 series release, NVIDIA announced an aggressive counter-attack in the form of hefty price cuts to the GTX 460 1 GB and GTX 470. The rumour mill strongly questioned the feasibility of offering an enthusiast level 530mm2 GF100-based GTX 470 for $260, while rumours of
Prolimatech has released the 140mm Vortex case fans.
Today, 14 September 2010 was an epic day because the last installment (or so they say) of the Halo game series was released to a huge crowd at Funan Digitalife Mall. I believe the number could easily hit 10,000 because the queue (line-up) was forever snaking outside of the building. Here’s a story about determination
NVIDIA’s initially forecasted revenues for Q2 FY 2011 were $950-970 million. However, in July, NVIDIA revised their forecasts to $820 million, so the Q2 FY 2011 financials should be no surprise. NVIDIA’s Q2 FY 2011 – 2nd May to 1st August – final revenue was reported as $811.2 million, a sharp drop from Q1 FY
LG has announced the launch of the new stylish X140 netbook. It comes preinstalled with Windows 7 Starter OS, and features 1.83 GHz Intel Atom processor, 2GB memory and a 320GB SATA HDD.