Items tagged with 6200

Ever since Bulldozer's less-than-spectacular debut, enthusiasts and investors have watched to see if the company would follow up with faster chips that improved overall performance. That's finally started to happen; AMD announced two new chips today -- the quad-core FX-4170 with a 4.2GHz base clock speed / 4.3GHz Turbo mode, and the six-core FX-6200 at 3.8GHz stock / 4.1GHz Turbo. Both of the new parts are clocked ~15% faster than the FX-4100 and FX-6100 and may offer a slightly faster integrated memory controller as well; rumors indicate that the IMC is clocked at 2.2GHz, up from 2GHz. The new... Read more...
  Without question, it is typically far more interesting to read about the latest flagship $600 graphics card than it is to hear about a budget card's performance. Unfortunately, the vast majority of us doesn't have the luxury of being able to afford those high-end cards and must instead focus our attention on some more realistic alternatives. In the past, having a mainstream-level card would mean lackluster performance at best in most games with little advantages over even the despised integrated graphics solutions. With the launch of the GeForce 6200 back in December 2004, NVIDIA brought... Read more...
Hey folks, tonight Kingston announces their new numbering system for ValueRAM used in Intel servers. If the ram is is designated with an "I", you can be sure it's been validated by Intel's validation group. Good night! Kingston Launches Line of Validated ValueRAM Modules for Intel-based Servers Parts Designated with an "I" Provides Extra Measure of Convenience, Quality Assurance for ValueRAM Server Memory Customers Fountain Valley, CA May 4, 2005, Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the world's leading independent memory manufacturer, today announced that, as part of its participation... Read more...
When we talk about video cards, the focus is typically on the latest high-profile offerings that leave many of us in a perpetual state of hardware envy.  It's a common picture, with ATI or NVIDIA releasing a new model and the other usually answering with their own killer product not long after.  It's a constant dance called "competition", which is the driving factor that keeps the technology moving forward.  However, the high-end sector only accounts for a small percentage of the big picture, with mid-range and value class products comprising a much larger percentage of... Read more...
Hey folks, here's your last bit of news for the day. I'm off for a quick game of Counter-Strike: Source, and then bed, so good night all. Sunbeam 20 in 1 Superior Panel Review @ 3DXtreme "We have digital cameras and other devices that use all kinds of media cards, not to mention those that use USB, Firewire or even SATA connections. To fulfill these needs companies have come up with fan controllers, I/O panels, card readers, and temperature displaying LCD screens. But what about the limited amount of real estate on the front of your case? If you have all these items and a standard mid-tower... Read more...
We've got an interesting line-up for you this AM.  First, an entry level 6200 that should appeal to those on a budget, while Altec Lansing and ECS deliver some treats of their own.  Check it! Today Beyond3D takes a look at NVIDIA's NV43 based (non-TurboCache) GeForce 6200: "Although the NV43 chip has 8 internal fragment (Pixel Shader) pipelines, the GeForce 6200 is designed to be an entry level part and as such as a reduced number of pipelines, down to 4. It would seem apparent that the 6200 configuration is primarily based on fall-out parts that don't operate in NV43's full 6600... Read more...
I was just looking through a box of old computer related things, and I found my Windows 3.11 disks. I was almost tempted to install them and take a trip down memory lane. I still remember using Windows 3.11 being cautious about putting Windows 95 on my computer. Those were the days :) ATi Radeon X800 XL Reviews HardOCP Tech Report Beyond3D PC Perspective Taking SLI and X850 XT PE to Bloodline @ HEXUS.net "While we were at Bloodline, we had some awesome rigs on display, including a stunning SLI system from Scan Internation, and a HEXUS built rig featuring a Radeon X850XT PE, in what was the... Read more...
Good morning HotHardware fans!  We've got two new articles posted up for you today.  In the first we take a look at ATI's brand new Radeon X800 XL.  This card will appeal to anyone in the market for a high-end PCI Express graphics card, as its got all of the features of an X800 XT, but it's MSRP is actually less than $300! Click here to check it out. In the second article, we cover NVIDIA's brand new entry-level GPU, the GeForce 6200 with TurboCache Technology. The new GeForce 6200 with TurboCache Technology has the same feature set as any other GeForce 6, and performs like a card... Read more...
The performance and capabilities of 3D graphics cards for the PC have been increasing at an exponential rate these past few years.  High-end video cards that debuted at $500 just over a year ago, are now being surpassed in features and performance by cards being introduced at prices at or below $200.  This unyielding drive to push for more power at the high-end has an a very attractive incremental benefit, however.  After months, or even years in development, the technology introduced in flagship GPUs, like the GeForce 6800 for example, is leveraged and eventually scaled down to... Read more...
Good morning HotHardware fans!  Some previews have already hit the web in regard to NVIDIA's new entry level GPU, the GeForce 6800. The GeForce 6200 has all of the features found in NVIDIA's flagship GPU, but the GeForce 6800 sports only 4 pixel pipelines. Here are some board shots, and some official information direct from NVIDIA... NVIDIA GeForce 6200 GPU Extends Technology Leadership into the Value PC Segment New GeForce 6200 Graphics Processor First to Deliver DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0, NVIDIA UltraShadow II Technology, and High Definition Video Playback at Value Prices   SANTA... Read more...
Good morning everyone, NJ here with yet another edition of the HH times.  Awaking to a cool morning with just a touch of frost, it looks as if winter is approaching fast.  Not that I mind though.  The faster the snow is on the ground, the faster I can bust out the new snowboard.  Nonetheless, lets get to the real reason you stopped in this morning.  Here is your morning shot of juice...  NVIDIA's GeForce 6200 Graphics Processor: TechReport NeoSeeker NVNews HardOCP Hexus  Socket 939 Motherboard Shootout @ TweakTown "Mike has served us up some AMD related content... Read more...