News

hardware
gadgets

hardware

Intel plans new Core 2 CPUs: Q8300, E7500, E5300, E1500

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(3)
In the first month of next year 2009, Intel will launch several Core 2: Q8300 is a 45nm Yorkfield, have 4MB L2 cache, looks just like a Q8200, but frequency is a bit higher, it runs at 2.5GHz. Go To Full Article

AMD sees its future in fusion

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
AMD decided to drop its “Smarter Choice” tagline in exchange for “The future is fusion” in an effort to highlight the combination of its microprocessor and graphics technologies. Fusion? Isn’t that the code-name for a future AMD micro-processor? Yup, but… Go To Full Article

Google turns audio into Text with GAudi

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(2)
Google quietly released its GAudi service, a new take on online information retrieval. It uses a remarkably accurate speech recognition engine to extract information from audio and video content and turn it into indexed text that can easily be searched.… Go To Full Article

OCZ slashes Core SSD Prices: 64Gb for $99

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Newegg is now listing the 64GB Core Series SSD at $99 after a $70 mail-in rebate. In roughly a week, the customers can now get twice the space at the same price -- that's quite incredible considering the drives retailed… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon HD 4670 Video Card Review

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
The market for video cards in the under $100 price range is rather crowded at the moment with 9600GT, 9600GSO, HD 4670 and the 8800GT all coming in nearly the same price as you can see from the chart earlier… Go To Full Article

Tagan A+ Curbic Case Review

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
A+ Curbic is a very simple steel mid-tower case that Tagan will be launching very soon, featuring four external 5 ¼" bays and seven internal 3 ½" bays. This case, however, has some features that make it better than other… Go To Full Article

Auras Transformer (CTC-868) CPU Cooler Review

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
The Auras Transformer (CTC-868) CPU Heatsink arrived Technic3D. Stamped Micro-Fin with 4 heat pipes, Copper base plate and Adjustable dual fans can you see in the following Review on a Intel XE6800 CPU compared with Standard Boxed Cooling and many… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD 4850 512 MB 100245L Own PCB Design

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(1)
Sapphire has engineered their own version of the Radeon HD 4850 with cost and cooling in mind. The card's new unconventional heatsink looks good and keeps the card cool - far below reference design temperatures. The best of all is… Go To Full Article

MSI P45 Platinum motherboard

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Over the last few years, Intel have completely dominated the enthusiast CPU market, and thanks to recent problems with nVidia chipsets, Intel based mobos have become common place in the high end enthusiast and gamer system. To cater for this… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Toughpower QFan 500W Power Supply Review

@ 2008/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Not too long ago, I took a look at a new line of Toughpower units from Thermaltake that boasted a fancy schmancy frameless fan that promised fantastic performance with not a lot of noise to go with it. Today, I'm… Go To Full Article

‹ First  < 7244 7245 7246 7247 7248 >  Last ›