VR-Zone has got a chance to tour around the NVIDIA Headquarters at Santa Clara. However, we are not allowed to take any pictures inside their labs but here are some of the other pictures that might interest you guys.
Models H1 ’05 H2 ’05 2006 2007 Mobile Athlon 64 Newark (90nm SOI, SSE3, Socket 754, 62W TDP) Trinidad (90nm SOI, Socket M2, Dual Core, DDR2, Pacifica Virtualization, Presidio Security, 62W TDP) New Core (65nm SOI, DDR3, 35-62W TDP, Larger/Shared Cache) Turion 64 (Mobile Athlon 64 Low Voltage) Lancaster (90nm SOI, SSE3, Socket 754,
Models H1 ’05 H2 ’05 H1 ’06 2007 Athlon 64 X2 Toledo (90nm SOI, Socket 939, Dual Core, 2 x 1MB L2, SSE3, DDR400) 4400+ – 2.2GHz 4800+ – 2.4GHz Windsor (90nm SOI, Socket M2 940, Dual Core, 2 x 1MB L2, DDR2 667, Aero Glass graphics, Pacifica Virtualization, Presidio Security, TPM) > 5000+ ?
Models H1 ’05 H2 ’05 H1 ’06 H1 ’07 Opteron 800-Egypt / 200-Italy (90nm SOI, Socket 940, Dual Core, 2 x 1MB, SSE3, DDR400) 865/870/875 – 1.8/2.0/2.2GHz 265/270/275 – 1.8/2.0/2.2GHz 100-Denmark (90nm SOI, Socket 939, Dual Core, 2 x 1MB, SSE3, DDR400) 165/170/175 – 1.8/2.0/2.2GHz ? (90nm SOI, Socket F 1207, Dual Core, DDR2 667,
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Market Segment H1 2005 H2 2005 High End GeForce Go 6800 / Ultra Series NV41M – 12 pipes GeForce Go 7800? G71M (PCI-E) – 16 pipes? Mainstream GeForce Go 6600 Series NV43M – 8 pipes GeForce Go 7600? G73M (PCI-E) – 12 pipes? Value GeForce Go 6400/ 6200 Series NV44M – 4 pipes GeForce Go
ATI today announced the release of a major upgrade to Catalyst™, ATI’s comprehensive software suite that enhances the company’s portfolio of high-performance graphics processors. The publicly available Catalyst 5.6 represents a number of firsts in graphics software including a real-time video preview with on-the-fly adjustments, monthly software upgrades for notebook PCs and plug-and-play HDTV connectivity.
Intel will add a new integrated 945 chipset, the 945GZ, to bring support for Pentium D dual-core processors to the mainstream market, with volume production slated for the first quarter of 2006. The 945GZ will not offer a PCIe x16 graphics port, will only support 800/533 MHz FSB speeds and provide a single-channel DDR2 memory
Seagate today announced the world’s first 2.5-inch disc drive built on perpendicular recording technology — a 160GB notebook PC giant with 25 percent more capacity than the largest capacity notebook drive currently available. Next year Seagate will extend the advantages of perpendicular recording to Momentus 7200.1, a 7,200-rpm drive designed for mobile workstations and other
Seagate today announced a capacity increase to 500GB for its Barracuda 7200 disc drive family, as well as a powerful 3 Gigabit/second Serial ATA (SATA) interface targeted at high- performance applications such as digital video workstations, nearline storage and PC gaming systems. Seagate also announced the new half-terabyte capacity and a new FireWire 800 (IEEE
An article over at Penstarsys suggests that ATI is facing some yield issues with their R520 that leads to the delay and here’s their take : "The information on the R520 suggests that there are some extreme yield problems with the current design. Not only are there few working dice per wafer, but a large
ATI today announced that revenues for the third quarter of fiscal 2005 are expected to be about $ 530 million(1), approximately 5% below the low end of the revenue range provided on March 24, 2005. While we believe end-user demand remains stable, a product mix shift in the quarter towards the lower end of the
Researchers at HP believe they have developed a manufacturing technique that will allow chip makers to push the performance envelope after conventional transistors reach the atomic level. The technique, based on a mathematical principle called coding theory, will let future generations of microprocessor circuits be reliably manufactured in high volumes. Basically, HP has discovered a
The usual installment of VR-Zone’s weekly Walk Abouts in SLS. Keep yourself updated with SLS’s latest product listings here!
2005 2006 2007 2008 Platform Wyloway UP Presler / Cedarmill Chipset E7230 Mukilteo Platform Bensley Glidewell Xeon DP Irwindale (90nm, 2MB L2, EM64T, DBS) 3.6 / 3.4 / 3.2 / 3.0GHz Dempsey / MV Dempsey (65nm, Dual Core, 1066FSB, 2 x 2MB, VT / iAMT / IOAT) 3.8 / 3.6 / 3.4 / 3.2GHz
Here are the promo items for VR-Zone member this month. 1) Ultra-X SD Card 1GB, VR-Zone member, S$ 134.00 2) MMC Mobile 256MB, VR-Zone member, S$ 59.00 3) RS MMC 512MB, VR-Zone member, S$ 69.00 4) Mini SD 512MB, VR-Zone member, S$ 80.00 5) Speed Premium PC3200 512MB ( 256MB X 2 ), VR-Zone member,
One of the HIS E-retailer Super PC Mart is running a promotion of HIS IceQ II TURBO & IceQ II series on their website. HIS Excalibur Radeon 9600 AGP 256MB DDR Dual DVI Was $ 199.00 Now $ 145.00 HIS X700Pro IceQ Turbo 256MB PCIe Was $ 265.00 Now $ 235.00 HIS X800XL IceQ II
Class H2 2005 Q1 2006 Q2 2006 Performance Dothan 90nm, 533FSB, 2MB L2 780 (2.26GHz) Yonah NV 65nm, Dual Core, 667FSB, 2MB L2, VT, LT x50 (2.17GHz) – $ 636 x40 (2.0GHz) – $ 420 x30 (1.83GHz) – $ 295 x20 (1.67GHz) – $ 240 Low Voltage Dothan LV 90nm, 400FSB, 2MB L2 778 (1.6GHz)
Developed primarily for the PURE Performance enthusiast, the specifications for the Sapphire PURE mainboard line include the Radeon Xpress 200 Crossfire chipset providing support for high end hardware options including Multi GPU support. Built using high quality components to provide stability, the hardware configurations have been chosen to give the user maximum flexibility in performance