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Nvidia: x86 System-on-Chip Is On Our Minds

@ 2009/03/05 read/post comments(0)
Nvidia Corp. has admitted at a conference that it does need central processing units technology in order to make competitive system-on-chip (SoC) devices in several years time. Moreover, the company said that in three years time it might enter the… Go To Full Article

ATI already using 5GHz GDDR5

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Amid the chaos related to the M97 announcement, AMD has slipped in an interesting bit of information yet to be acknowledged by the official specifications. In the product images from AMD's PR department, the Mobility Radeon 4860 MXM module is… Go To Full Article

BIOSTAR Launches 2nd TPOWER X58 Chipset Mother Board

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BIOSTAR Launches 2nd TPOWER X58 Chipset Mother Board BIOSTAR MICROTECH INT’L CORP., a professional manufacturer of motherboards today announced the BIOSTAR TPOWER X58A. Among all X58 products, TPOWER X58, released by BIOSTAR and belonging…

Nvidia's GeForce GTS 250 graphics card

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At this point in the review, Nvidia's marketing department would no doubt like for me to say a few words about some of its key points of emphasis of late, such as PhysX, CUDA, and GeForce 3D Vision. I will… Go To Full Article

Radeon X1000 series and earlier move to legacy support status

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AMD has decided to switch some of its older Radeons, from the 9000 series through the X1000 series, into what is calls "legacy" support status. The move means those GPUs will no longer be included in the monthly Catalyst graphics… Go To Full Article

VIDIA GeForce GTS 250: A Rebadged 9800 GTX+

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In the beginning there was the GeForce 8800 GT, and we were happy. Then, we then got a faster version: the 8800 GTS 512MB. It was more expensive, but we were still happy. And… Go To Full Article

Coolink Chilla Ramic Thermal Compound

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These days, the need for a good T.I.M. (Thermal Interface Material) is just as important as the heatsink we use for the critical parts of our computer, such as our CPU's, GPU's, etc. Let's face it. If the heat is… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 Ultimate 512MB video card review

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Sapphire's "Ultimate" range of graphics boards have become well-known over past generations for bringing silent, passively cooled graphics boards to the masses, and today we take a look at their latest offering along those lines, which brings the "Ultimate" tag… Go To Full Article

ASUS ENGTX260 HTDP 896M A Video Card Review

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The ASUS ENGTX260/HTDP/896M/A video card is an interesting mix of the latest NVIDIA technology (in the form of 216 cores, 55nm version available, PhysX) and a reasonable price (239.99 after MIR as of this writing). Performance wise the card has… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake V14Pro (CL-P0472 ) CPU Cooler Review

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Thermaltake have taken the design of the V1 and tweaked and enlarged it into a monster that is the V14Pro. The added bulk is not in vain though and it works well and temperatures are improved because… Go To Full Article

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