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Asus EAX1800XT TOP - 512MB

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
Asus have really pulled all the stops out on this card. The included software and hardware is untouchable, with a non-standard cooler, game pad, and several game titles. The pre-clocked card at a whopping 700MHz core and 1600MHz memory really…

Quantum Computer Works Better Shut Off

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
A New Scientist article relates how its possible to get answers from a quantum computer even when your program isn't running." From the article: "With the right set-up, the theory suggested, the computer would sometimes get an answer out of…

ATI Confirms Next Generation "Leverages XBOX 360 Design"

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
At a recent analyst session ATI’s Senior VP of PC Business, Rick Bergman, has confirmed that their next generation of PC graphics products will feature much of the technology developed for "Xenos", ATI’s XBOX 360 graphics chip. We’ve surmised that…

Shuttle slims down with XPC X100 form factor

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
It might not be quite as tiny tiny as that Viiv uDMS P60 machine we saw recently, but Shuttle's new XPC X100 is looking like quite the contender for the mini PC crown. The 2.13-inch tall WMCE unit holds a…

Matrox announces Extio F1400 - first remote graphics unit offers quad-display

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
This innovative technology from Matrox provides a new physical layout for computer systems. With Matrox Extio™, the user interface of the computer – the keyboard, mouse, monitors, audio peripherals, and graphics hardware – are separated from the rest of the…

Intel pushes out EUV lithography

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
Unable to obtain the tools and materials in time, Intel Corp. has apparently pushed out its efforts to bring extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography into “high-volume production” for the 32-nm node by 2009. Instead, the company said that it plans to…

Ars System Guide: Ultimate Budget Box

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
n addition to the usual three-tiered System Guide, we occasionally supplement it to bring you more specialized build-it-yourself machines. These will be designed with a specific purpose in mind, and the components will reflect that. The February 2006 edition marks…

Intel Socket 771 Unmasked

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
Intel's Xeon will soon have a replacement for the 603/604 CPU socket: Socket 771. The socket will use a Land Grid Array (LGA), similar to the Socket 775 LGA sockets on desktop motherboads. This means upcoming server processors from Intel…

Clash of the Titans - TT Tai Chi vs. CM Stacker 830

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(3)
There are extremes to everything in life, and products are certainly not an exception - especially technology products. Earlier, we looked at one of the ends of the extremes in computer cases with Dynapowers’ super-affordable E68 in addition to two…

ATI Radeon X1900 XT vs XTX - What's in $100?

@ 2006/02/23 read/post comments(0)
On the day of R580's launch, we took a look at the cream of the crop of the Radeon X1900 series - The X1900 XTX, courtesy of Club 3D. Of course, this wasn't the only SKU launched that day -…

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