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Next-Generation ATI Radeon will use GDDR5

@ 2008/05/21 read/post comments(0)
AMD Continues its Technology Leadership Employing GDDR5 to Fuel Next-Generation ATI Radeon™ Graphics Solutions — New memory standard provides optimal means to drive performance gains in gaming and stream processing applications — SUNNYVALE, Calif.… Go To Full Article

Samsung shows off LCDs with 2x HDTV resolution, 240 Hz

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
At a major display technology symposium this week, Samsung showed off a future HDTV with four times the resolution of a current 1080p screen, plus the first of its "Blue Phase" high-refresh displays. During the Society for… Go To Full Article

Inside Newegg NJ: A New Warehouse

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
The NJ warehouse, just like the one I toured in LA, has product segregated into three areas: high value items, large items and everything else. Items like CPUs and memory, expensive products that can easily grow feet and walk away… Go To Full Article

Benchmarks of MSI Wind PC spotted

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(3)
MSI Wind PC compared to a desktop system as well as Asus EEE PC and Sony VAIO in a set of different benchmarks; interesting performance numbers from this Intel Atom @ 1.33Ghz Powered system Go To Full Article

OCZ Flex II - Life at 1200MHz

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
We also had success with running this kit at low voltages up to DDR2-900 (1.7V at 5-4-4-10), but will save those results and others for the roundup. Today’s preview will just answer the maximum clock question and ensure that OCZ’s… Go To Full Article

[M] Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 OC: AIR vs Phase vs LN2 Cooling

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(1)
The Intel E8500 is the highest end dual core CPU currently on the market, it doesn't get any faster than this… or does it? In this Overclocking report we take a retail E8500 sample for a spin with high end… Go To Full Article

Jetway JNC62K mini-ITX motherboard

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
At under £90 including VAT, the board is certainly good value for its size and niche appeal. A good mini-ITX board can easily set you back £150, and usually an Intel mini-ITX board will need to add the cost of… Go To Full Article

Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 - Budget Penryn

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
The original Core 2 Duo based on Conroe architecture had 2MB of shared Level 2 cache. Whole Penryn based CPUs came with 6MB. This is a huge jump in size, but what about a cheaper option? Well, Intel has now… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-C12P Heatsink Review

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
In this review Frostytech is testing out Noctua's new NH-C12P heatsink. The NH-C12P comes bundled with Noctua's 120mm NF-P12 fan. Tower heatsinks may offer the best performance of any heatsink style, but many computer cases can't accommodate +140mm CPU cooler… Go To Full Article

Dynex 400 W Power Supply Review

@ 2008/05/20 read/post comments(0)
Dynex and Rocketfish are two brands owned by Best Buy sold only on their chain of retail stores (and also on their website, of course). Today we are going to review Dynex 400 W, which is a relabeled Huntkey Green… Go To Full Article

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