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Being absorbed in the consumer tech world, it's easy to overlook some of the more far-reaching things that companies like NVIDIA do on a daily basis. They build GPU supercomputers to handle things our puny Alienwares could never dream of, and wilder still, they assist in battlefield operations. It is definitely not the first thing you may... Read more...
AMD's Llano has now debuted in both mobile and desktop flavors to generally strong approval. While CPU performance significantly lags Intel's, Llano's GPU (officially labeled as the Radeon HD 6550D) steamrolls Intel's integrated Sandy Bridge in virtually every gaming benchmark. The two chips take a markedly different approach to CPU/GPU communication;... Read more...
As of today, Nvidia's second-generation of mobile, Fermi-based parts is complete--at least, in theory. The 570M and 580M will only be available from select OEMs (at least initially), with the 570M reportedly available "immediately" from MSI as a configuration option on the GT780R gaming notebook. Alienware M18X systems can be ordered today... Read more...
Nothing like a notebook update to get your gears turning when considering an upgrade. Maingear has just announced a fairly major update to their notebook line, and of course, it has to do with NVIDIA's newest GPU selection. The Alt-15, eX-L 15, eX-L 17 and Titan 17 notebooks can now be ordered with GeForce GTX 560M... Read more...
Eurocom is adding the new MXM 3.0b NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M GPU to its line of available GPUs.   The GTX 560M card will be available in single and dual (SLI) configurations.  Thanks to the modular MXM graphics cards, users will be able to upgrade to newer video cards when they become available without... Read more...
Gaming desktops, by and large, are large. Ahem, or should we say, "towering?" Either way, the bulk of hardcore gaming desktops on the market today ship in massive cases, with plenty of room for extra PCIe cards, hard drives, and pretty much anything else you'd want to toss in there. But small form factor systems have a place in all of this... Read more...
PSUs may not be as exciting as a new GPU or a new CPU , but you know where your tower would be without a solid, reliable power supply? In the trash. Corsair's well known for their memory products, but their power supplies are well-built, too. The company has just launched the new CX C2 range, which offer longer... Read more...
Yesterday, at the Embedded Systems Conference, AMD announced a new embedded Radeon GPU, the E6760. Unlike its previous offerings in this segment, the E6760 is capable of driving up to six displays and supports OpenCL. "The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU provides customers with superior business economics through long lifecycle... Read more...
AMD has released its Q1 financials, giving us a look into the company's execution through what is normally considered a down quarter, as well as an opportunity to judge the impact of Brazos on the company's bottom line. The results are quite good relative to AMD's financial performance these past few years. The company reports revenue of $1.61B... Read more...
When it comes to enhancing PC performance, no tweak or mod is too small to consider. Asetek is well-known for their dabbling in liquid cooling, and the company announced earlier in the year that they would soon be releasing a CPU cooler. Now, they've assembled a video to showcase the liquid cooled PNY XLR8 GTX prototype, and it's looking mighty... Read more...
LucidLogix sure has been making waves this year. The company's making even more of that with their newest announcement, one that involves a partnership with MSI to bring Lucid Virtu support to MSI Z68 motherboards. Z68 seems to be all the rage these days, referencing Intel's first chipsets to natively support USB 3.0. And now with this, these... Read more...
New GPU? Yes, please! NVIDIA's been on a roll here lately, pushing out one GPU after another in rapid succession. The company's latest is the GeForce GT 520, using one of NVIDIA's newest low/mid-range cores to provide a boost in power to those who aren't willing to pay for any of the hardcore cards that are tempting enthusiasts today. The... Read more...
The concept of pairing two totally different GPUs together in order to strive towards a common goal is a really radical one, and it's one that has been embraced by LucidLogix. This company is the one that comes to mind when you think of multi-core graphics from different vendors, as their HydraLogix read-time distributed processing engine... Read more...
Another week, another new GPU. NVIDIA took the opportunity recently to introduced the GeForce GTX 590, and now ZOTAC is taking a similar opportunity to sell new GPUs based on the new NVIDIA core. The company's calling this their fastest DirectX 11 graphics card, with a pair of Fermi graphics processors, a combined 1024 unified shaders, 3GB... Read more...
A new GPU comes out, and PC makers jump at the chance to offer it in their systems. It's a cycle that we have become all too familiar with, but we can't complain. At least we aren't stuck waiting for outfits like iBuyPower to get their integration tactics in gear. Instead, the company has decided to offer the new AMD Radeon HD 6990 in their... Read more...
Whenever NVIDIA pops out a new GPU, Zotac is close behind with a new graphics card to support that core. This week, the GeForce 560 Ti is being unveiled, and if you need a bit more power, the GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition is being introduced also. The AMP! Edition gets a 950MHz engine clock, 384 unified shaders, 1GB of DDR5... Read more...
Earlier this week, following Intel's news of a Sandy Bridge P67 chipset bug, MSI released its own statement noting that it was "working closely with Intel to minimize the inconvenience to customers and retail stores with regard to related issues," and recommending that "end users who want to return their MSI Intel P67 and H67 motherboards,... Read more...
Another week, another new GPU, and it just so happens to be another one from ZOTAC. The company has just introduced their new GeForce GT 440 series of graphics cards, with between 512MB and 1GB of onboard DDR5 memory. This one's based on NVIDIA's Fermi platform, with 96 customizable unified shaders, DirectX 11 support, CUDA-enabled transcoding... Read more...
Apple's Mac Mini has been viewed as a legitimate HTPC contender ever since the original model was released years back. People immediately began hacking the mounting options to get them onto the backs of their televisions, and with the new model, it became an even nicer solution. With a more powerful CPU and GPU, more storage space and great... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 560 Ti is the GPU of the week, with a tempting price point and great frame rate results to go with it. Companies are already lining up to offer new graphics cards based on that new core, and Zotac is right there on the bandwagon. The company has today let loose their newest GPU, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Ti. Based on our... Read more...
NVIDIA's affordable gaming GPU solution is all the rage this week, with the new GeForce GTX 560 Ti offering loads of performance with a reasonable price tag. As fate would have it, a load of GPU makers are jumping at the chance to unveil new graphics cards based on this new core. Gigabyte is one of those companies, today revealing the new... Read more...
It's hard out there for PC makers. There's just so much competition hitting you from every angle, and with AMD and Intel introducing new gear every month it seems, it has to be hard to keep your supply channel in check. But Origin PC has been hanging in there with the best of 'em since launching a year or so ago, and today they're announcing... Read more...
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