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Bigfoot Networks may have found their niche and their big break all at once, and they aren't even introducing a new product at CES. The secret? Partnerships. A few months ago, the company managed to get their Killer E2100 gaming network interface card integrated into a shipping GPU. The card manages bandwidth and has... Read more...
The mystery! The intrigue! The suspense! It's all a part of AMD's latest thriller. It's coming to select cinemas near you soon, and it involves something pretty special: Fusion. AMD's Fusion APU has been making the circles for some time now, combining the power of a CPU and a GPU into one power plant. What's in store for consumers? Hard to... Read more...
LucidLogix is ending the year right. The company is best known for its multi-vendor/multi-GPU technology, which allows mixed GPUs from different companies to come together and work hard with one another in order to improve frame rates to the end user. Today, the company revealed that they have announced GPU... Read more...
Well, this is sneaky. MSI has just revealed that they will be hosting a press event at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, and the funny thing is they aren't telling what will be there. But they are telling who will be sharing the stage with them: Bigfoot Networks. That's the company responsible for creating the... Read more...
Is it too late to consider a new notebook for Christmas? Not if you're asking Digital Storm's opinion! The custom PC maker has just revealed their newest machine, the XM15 laptop. It's a new "hybrid" breed of gaming machine, which also sips power when you aren't taxing the GPU. NVIDIA's Optimus graphics solution is at the helm here, offering... Read more...
In a gamer's world, the fastest GPU is only the fastest for a small period of time. The technology behind graphics today is moving insanely fast, and it seems that a new GPU hits the shelves every month or so. If you have been in the market for a GeForce GTX 570, Zotac has a new card out. The GeForce GTX 570 AMP! Edition takes over where the... Read more...
You know what they say? Mac users need multi-monitor attention as well! Matrox has been extending displays for years and years now, though the company has focused mostly on helping PC users. But now, they're introducing a new Mac-friendly  set of adapters, the DualHead2Go DP and TripleHead2Go DP. These Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXMs)... Read more...
NVIDIA's been in the news quite often this week, primarily due to the release of the newest GPU in the GeForce Fermi desmtop series. Now, ZOTAC is offering another new graphics card: the GeForce GTX 580 AMP! Edition. As with all of the AMP! cards, this one is also turbocharged and ready to crank through today's latest titles. It is overclocked... Read more...
Did you hear? NVIDIA introduced a new GPU this week! It's making the rounds, and now companies are jumping at the chance to be first on the block with new products based around the GeForce GTX 570. ZOTAC is one of the first to jump, with a new GTX 570 that uses a 732MHz engine clock, 480 unified shaders, a 1464MHz shader clock and 1280MB of... Read more...
A new GPU? You know what that means: new custom PCs! CyberPower PC has been quick to jump at the chance to install NVIDIA's new Fermi GTX 570 GPU into their newest gaming desktops. If you had been waiting to pick up a new rig for Christmas, the time looks about right, particularly if you're blown away with the 570's performance. The new GTX... Read more...
We've talked about AMD's server roadmap on multiple occasions this year while simultaneously covering the company's ramp of its FirePro graphics cards. With all the Bobcat, Llano, and Bulldozer chatter, the quiet passing of AMD's workstation offering has gone all but unnoticed. That, at least, is the argument from John Peddie Research, which... Read more...
If you live in the northern part of the U.S., nature is doing the bulk of the cooling these days. But what about inside of your PC case? Unless you're funneling snow into there (safely, if that's even possible), the area in and around your CPU/GPU is probably still toasty. If you've been looking to overclock, but need some better cooling options... Read more...
Now this is the definition of convergence! A graphics card, and a network card, all wrapped up in one nice, neat package. The package is being co-delivered by Bigfoot Networks (providing the NIC) and VisionTek (providing the GPU). The end result is the VisionTek Killer HD 5770, which is a PCIe x16 card that only takes... Read more...
AMD's Radeon HD6870 GPU is definitely a powerhouse, and you've got a bunch of options when it comes time to buy that core on any variety of cards. Now you have one more. MSI has released their version of the card, a Twin Frozr II graphics card. The MSI R6870 Twin Frozr II has 1GB GDDR5 high-speed graphics memory, large-area copper base heat-sink... Read more...
ASUS introduced NVIDIA’s new flagship GTX580 GPU, complete with ASUS' own Voltage Tweak technology which makes it easy for users to overvolt the graphics card. The ASUS GTX580 supports NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround in full 1080p HD as well as NVIDIA SLI technology. The ASUS GTX580 is overclocked from the factory at 782MHz with 512 CUDA cores,... Read more...
Maingear has been on a roll of late, issuing new notebooks and desktops just about as quickly as CPU and GPU makers come out with new silicon. But the company's latest aren't based on any particular new release from another company, they're just new for the sake of being new. The Clutch line of notebooks consists of two machines: a 13.3" model... Read more...
Somewhat quietly, the wireless streaming space is becoming highly competitive. WHDI is showing up in more and more places (even a GPU recently), and with the demand for HD on the rise, Wireless USB is being pressured into innovating as well. A number of Wireless USB dongles and adapters are available, but most of them... Read more...
For the past 3.5 years or so, NVIDIA has ardently advocated the GPU as a computational platform capable of solving almost any problem. One topic the company hasn't targeted, however, is the tremendous performance advantage the GPU could offer malware authors. The idea that a graphics card could double as a security hole isn't something we've... Read more...
It's not too early to realize that the holidays are upon us, and Dell is preparing for them by introducing two new PCs under $800 today that look to be great candidates for replacing your aging bedroom or apartment rig. The Inspiron One is a new 23" touch panel-based all-in-one PC, while the revised Zino HD makes a... Read more...
One of the problems with buying a notebook as a gaming machine is that most mobile PCs don't allow much in the way of upgrades. Once that GPU starts to spit and sputter on the latest titles, you might as well toss the whole thing in a river, or chuck it up on Craigslist if you can stomach the depreciation and inevitable lowball offers. External... Read more...
MSI calls it the world's first 3D multi-touch all-in-one PC destined for North America, and if you dream has been to actually reach out and touch the 3D images in front of you, this system is tailor made for you. The company's Wind Top AE2420 3D combines two emerging all-in-one technologies into one machine: 3D and... Read more...
What if your future GPU or CPU could throttle itself back when it got too hot, rather than overheating and causing errors or a shutdown? It may be possible, but for now, this is a reality in the server realm. Overheating doesn't happen nearly as often these days when it comes to consumer computing, but once you add in... Read more...
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