Gigabyte & ASUS Call Off Joint Venture

@ 2007/03/23 read/post comments(0)
On Aug 8, 2006, GIGABYTE and ASUS together announced they have entered into a joint venture to produce GIGABYTE branded motherboards and graphics cards. The remarkable handshake of Gigabyte’s Chirman Dandy Yeh with Johnny Shih, CEO of ASUS, has astounded… Go To Full Article

[M] NZXT ZERO ATX Case Contest

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In cooperation with NZXT we are proud to announce this give-away contest of a high end ATX case, the ZERO. In Liquid3D's review this case proved to supply tons of airflow at low noise levels. Now this case can be… Go To Full Article

Modify your Scythe Infinity mounting system

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The Scythe Infinity is a great air cooler but the mounting system leaves a lot to be desired. Thankfully it lends itself to easy modification (nothing permanent) that allows you to set a mounting pressure that will yield optimum heat… Go To Full Article

Thermalright announces heatsink monster: IFX-14 CPU Cooler

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* Larger surface area than any other heatsinks (140mm x 120mm) with option to install one or even two 140mm fans * Designed for better air… Go To Full Article

DFI Infinity 965 board - overclocking party

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Increasing the FSB frequency by 5 MHz, while not changing any other settings got us up to 475MHz. Then we changed the GTL+ Driving Strength from Auto to Mode1 and once again tried 480MHz. We weren’t surprised that 480MHz worked,… Go To Full Article

Foxconn 8800 GTS 320MB Factory Overclocked

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The Foxconn 8800 GTS 320MB Overclocked graphics card has a core clock speed of 575 MHz (stock is 500MHz) and the memory clock is 1800MHz (stock is 1600 MHz). The 96 stream processors chug along at 1.2GHz. The heat sink/fan… Go To Full Article

Intel Pentium Brand 14 Years Old

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MARCH 22 1993 saw Intel ship the first Pentium processor, clocking in at an astonishing 60MHz. Replacing the 486, Chipzilla cocked a snook with the name as pundits had been confidently predicting it would be called the 80586. But Intel… Go To Full Article

Multi-Threaded Programming Without the Pain

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Gigahertz are out and cores are in. Programmers must begin to develop applications that take full advantage of the increasing number of cores present in modern computers. However, multi-threaded development has been notoriously hard to do. Researcher Stefanus Du Toit… Go To Full Article

Silverstone Olympia OP650W PSU

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Silverstone have been producing high end power supplies and chassis for years now. They are hoping to continue this run with their latest range of PSUs, the Olympias. Featuring a strong single 12v rail and a multitude of connectors and… Go To Full Article

HP new 30" LCD Display HP LP3065 Tested

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All other things being equal - and in our testing we would have to say that the Dell 3007WFP and HP LP3065 are in a dead heat - price and features are going to usually be the determining factors on… Go To Full Article

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