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CoD: World at War Gameplay Performance and IQ

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From a performance standpoint, the game runs smoothly on a wide gamut of video cards, though slightly more graphically demanding than its predecessor. At 2560x1600, your best value for Call of Duty: World at War is, without a doubt....… Go To Full Article

Next generation Atom is all integrated

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We've learned that the next step in Atom development, especially when it comes to netbooks, is still single-core, but with more integration. The IGP graphics part and the rest of the chipset will get together with Atom,… Go To Full Article

WD's mammoth 2TB drive to launch this week

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Western Digital will launch its 2TB hard drive later this week, and it should be available immediately. The Caviar Green 2000GB WD20EADS drive features 32MB of cache, an 8.9ms seek time and it runs either at 7200… Go To Full Article

DirectX 11 cards in late 2009

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DirectX 11 is a feature of Windows 7 and the cards might actually come a few months before this OS ships. Nvidia and ATI are working on their DirectX 11 cards and some smaller players such as S3 should also… Go To Full Article

booting Windows 7 from a VHD file

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Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 supports booting directly from a VHD file, the same kind of files used for Virtual PC/Server and Hyper-V. This gives you the option to install and handle the installation directly in one simple file,… Go To Full Article

Intel planning new mobile CPUs

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Intel will bring out a new Core-architecture processor for lower-cost ultra-thin laptops later this year, according to Intel sources at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The processors will distinguish themselves by targeting a price segment… Go To Full Article

More ATI Radeon HD 4900 Rumors

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Nvidia used the still ongoing Consumer Electronics Show to establish two new high-end products, namely GTX 285 and GTX 295, and thus is back at the top. The fact that AMD will not keep it like this should be obvious,… Go To Full Article

Microsoft: Blu-Ray Support Is Not a Requested Feature.

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The current situation of the economy around the globe requests makers of popular devices to build-in more functionality into their products to stay competitive, however, this does not seem to be true for Microsoft Xbox 360 and Blu-ray format.… Go To Full Article

Deep inside the Windows 7 Public Beta: an in-depth tour

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At the right end of the taskbar is what has become known as the system tray. The tray's proper name—the notification area—gives a hint of what it was intended for; it was a place for applications and the system to… Go To Full Article

Five reasons to seriously consider buying a netbook

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Netbooks represent the latest consumer electronics craze. They're small, they're portable, they're dirt cheap, and, in 2008, consumers bought somewhere in excess of 14 million of them. At last week's CES, all the major players introduced new netbooks, stimulated by… Go To Full Article

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