Sapphire X1950 Pro Dual

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Sapphire's X1950 Pro Dual is the world's first video card that uses two ATI RV570 GPUs on a single PCB. The board comes with 2x 512 MB of GDDR3 memory for a price of $399. In our testing the card… Go To Full Article

Asus announces their 8600 GTS - clocked at 675/1000

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No stranger to getting the jump on the opposition by going a little bit early, the company has a press release up detailing all the gory bits. The EN8600 GTS/G/HTDP/256M, as it is so titled, has 256MB of memory with… Go To Full Article

AMD Talks Details on next generation CPU, K10

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K10 adds the capability of independently clocking all the CPU cores. In current K8 processors (and Intel's Core 2 generation), all cores are clocked at the same level all the time -- the P-state can only be changed synchronously. In… Go To Full Article

Guide to inkjet printers for photographers

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Within the $50 billion inkjet printer industry is a small but very profitable subset of printers designed around the needs of advanced amateur and professional photographers. If your tastes lean towards fine art photo papers, long-lasting prints, and output beyond… Go To Full Article

New eight core Mac Pro performance mixed bag

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Cinebench ran 45 percent faster than on a similarly equipped quad core system, keeping all eight cores busy in the process. Geekbench, on the other hand, was 56 percent faster with only 600 percent out of the maximum 800 percent… Go To Full Article

3-D Chips: IBM Moves Moore's Law Into The Third Dimension

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IBM has announced a breakthrough chip-stacking technology in a manufacturing environment that paves the way for three-dimensional chips that will extend Moore's Law beyond its expected limits. The technology – called ''through-silicon vias''-- allows different chip components to be packaged… Go To Full Article

Dinosaur Sightings: Windows splash screens from 1.01 to Vista

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Ever since the dawn of the Windows operating system, Microsoft has used Splash Screens as a means of distracting us while the operating system is loading. In addition to their entertainment value, the Windows splash screens typically provide us with… Go To Full Article


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In our latest review we take a look at the DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G, a board that was suppose to be the ultimate enthusiast board. The combination of RD600 and DFI should result in a brutal motherboard with practically no… Go To Full Article

Working Around Vista Apps Incompatibilities

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Microsoft says there are over 1,000 applications you can run on Windows Vista with few, if any, issues. However, Windows apps number in the tens of thousands. Add to that the facts that x64 Vista versions don't support legacy 16-bit… Go To Full Article

8800 Ultra edition cards will be few and far between

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The daftest part is that production is limited to tens of units, not tens of thousands. We hear tens, closer to zero than 100. If there are any left over after the press get theirs, they will go to boutique… Go To Full Article

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