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Havok Sounds Off On Ghost Recon AGEIA Physics

@ 2006/05/04 read/post comments(1)
Game physics software engine company Havok has decided to go on the offensive and take on some claims on the newly released PC version of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, which is the first game to support the AGEIA physics processor.

HiS Radeon X1900 XT ICEQ3

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What I also wanted to insert into the prologue is that over the next couple of months we'll be shifting a little with our benchmarks. We made a methodology to be able to use the FRAPS FPS measuring tool quite…

Ageia PhysX PPU Preview

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I chose to use GR:AW (pre-release code) for our first look at what a PhysX board will get you performance wise in a current game, using that to explain how the hardware is likely to shape up in the first…

Seasonic S12-600 PSU

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The Seasonic S12 series power supplies are simplistically elegant. There is nothing on the power supply that does not add functionality. No flashing LEDs, no unnecessary switches, nor glow when powered on. It has just one big 120 mm fan.…

OCZ DDR2-1000 Platinum XTC EL

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OCZ Technology once again has hit the market with another innovative creation. Satisfying our benchmarking craves this afternoon is the OCZ DDR2 PC2-8000 Platinum XTC Enhanced Latency. Will these 1GHz DDR2 modules be the next step in…

CrossFire Xpress 1600 Motherboards from DFI, Asus and ECS

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The DFI RDX200 CF-DR, Asus A8R-MVP and ECS KA1-MVP motherboards performed at near identical levels in all of the benchmarks we ran. Overall, it is impossible to declare any one CrossFire Xpress 1600 based motherboard "faster" than another. Due to…

Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse

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Considering the mainstream mindset, Logitech released its LX7 Cordless Optical mouse late last year. As the name suggests, it’s based on optical technology that defined and revolutionized mice, especially for gamers. Now that we can compare the two technologies side-by-side,…

Thermaltake Big Water 745

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Liquid Cooling, I love it! There used to be a time when liquid cooling was for the 'pros' and enthusiasts who quite a bit of money to play with, now pretty much everyone can afford the luxury of a liquid…

SilverStone TJ08

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There is no way I could run this CPU with the stock CPU cooler in or out of the case. That is why there are no stock cooler results. This case shows absolutely no heat buildup anywhere. The case temp…

LightScribe versus LabelFlash

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No doubt like me you have dozens, possibly even hundreds of CDs and DVDs scattered throughout your home or office, mostly labelled using CD marker pens, some neatly, some not so neatly, some in great detail, others so vague you're…

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