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Hey guys, we've got a little update for you. Tonight we have a review of the ASUS V9999 Gamer Edition(GeForce 6800), benchmarks of ram running in Dual-Channel vs Single-Channel, a press announcement from Kingston, and a couple other items. Enjoy! Kingston Memory Fuels Dual-Core AMD Opteron(TM) Processors Complementary Partners Mark Innovative Processor 2nd Anniversary Celebration Fountain Valley, CA April 21, 2005, Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the world's leading independent memory manufacturer, today congratulated AMD (NYSE:AMD) on the second anniversary of its industry-leading AMD Opteron(TM) processor. Committed to the advancement of computing technology, KingstonR has been working closely... Read more...
Good afternoon all!  Asus just checked in with us and delivered an image and some specs on their first nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition board, the P5ND2-SLI Deluxe.  This tight little plank-o-silicon certainly has some features that promise serious performance. Asus P5ND2-SLI Deluxe - NVIDIA™ NFORCE4 SLI - Intel Edition - Intel LGA775 Pentium 4 CPU - 64bit CPU support - NVIDIA™ Dual Graphics SLI Technology - Native Dual-Channel DDR2 720 - Dual-Channel DDR2 667 - Fanless Design More details on this sweet looking new motherboard, can be found here... We'll have one of these on the way from Asus shortly so I am told.  Stick around for all the fun!... Read more...
Good morning folks!  The weekend is about to get started, but not before a couple of announcements from HIS and Corsair.  HIS brings a new X850XT to the game while Corsair adds to yesterday's news with even faster memory.  Check out the full details below! HIS Launch X850XT IceQ II TURBO HIS introduces HIS X850XT IceQ II TURBO AGP a new and innovative graphic solution for Radeon X850XT AGP. HIS releases another innovation from its award-winning line of HIS IceQ II series for AGP platform, it provides the best features and the highest performance graphic solution among any other X850XT AGP solution. The HIS X850XT IceQ II TURBO boosts graphic card performance through its proprietary... Read more...
Hey folks, got some great reviews here tonight. The big news today is the new nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition chipset. Also, we have an announcement from Corsair, which can be found as the last news item in this post. Good night folks, and enjoy! nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition Roundup Viperlair Bjorn3D Neoseeker HardOCP nVnews 3DCenter PC Perspective PCStats BenQ DW1625 LightScribe 16x DVD+-RW DL Writer @ ExtremeMHz "Out of all the DVD writers I've had the pleasure of reviewing, the BenQ DW1620 was certainly the most impressive. Today, we take a thorough look at the new BenQ DW1625, which may not bring next gen features to the table, but does offer full support for HP's new LightScribe direct disc... Read more...
Good Morning All, NVIDIA steps out today with the launch of their nForce 4 SLI platform for Intel processors and we've got a full review and showcase chock full of benchmarks at HotHardware.com. Stop on by and see how NVIDIA's new platform stands up against the likes of the i925XE as well as their own AMD based nForce 4 solutions. Enjoy!... Read more...
Hot on the heals of the official announcement of Intel's new dual-core Pentium Extreme Edition 840 processor, we have more news for those interested in Intel platform solutions. Today, NVIDIA is finally taking the wraps off of their nForce chipset for the Intel platform, a chipset now known as the nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition. For months there was speculation that this chipset would be called the nForce 5, but because it offers essentially the same feature set as its AMD supporting counterpart, NVIDIA thought it best to keep this chipset in the nForce 4 family. The feature set of the NVIDIA nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition remains largely unchanged from other nForce 4 chipsets. However, since Intel's... Read more...
  Today, we're bringing you a Dual-Core Pentium quick take, on short notice from the folks at Intel. With only a few hours of testing at our disposal, we're attempting to make time with some level of meaningful analysis for you and hit Intel's NDA embargo lift time this morning. Would we have liked to spend more quality lab time on such an important launch event as the first dual core Pentium class CPU to ever hit the mainstream? You bet your CMOS digital flip-flop we would, but when hardware is shipped to the wild without a solid game plan behind it, in our gig you react or get walked on. So we did and here's what we've come up with. Read on for our first glance report of Intel's new Dual-Core... Read more...
  Good morning folks.  We sleepily bring you our Pentium 4 6XX Sequence and 3.73GHz Extreme Edition Processor showcase today, as the NDA embargo lifts at 3AM EST / 12AM PST.  With EM64T extensions for 64-bit computing, 2MB of L2 cache, Execute Disable Bit for virus - buffer overflow protection and advanced SpeedStep power saving technology, we certainly have plenty to cover, so you better fire up a bit more Joe if you're up and around at this wee hour.  Enjoy and good-night!  ... Read more...
  It's no secret that Intel has occassionally been playing a bit of catchup this year in the desktop and workstation processor arena.  AMD's Athlon 64 releases have recently positioned the company in the lead from a general performance standpoint.  Additionally, the Athlon 64 was the first processor to market with 64-bit extensions and processing capabilities, although there really hasn't been much if any impact in consumer or business usage models for the new architecture because there are scarce few 64-bit applications available, much less a mainstream 64-bit OS.  Of course that's something Intel will be quick to point out as an "I told you so," but you've... Read more...
Good morning HotHardware fans! BW here to let you all know that ATi is taking the wraps off of whole new line of graphics cards with their new X850 Series today, and they've made some additions to the X800 Series of cards as well. In all ATi is announcing five new Radeons, at price points randing from $250 to $540. We've got information on them all, and have taken their flagship Radeon X850 XT Platinum Edition out for a spin. Click here and take a look...... Read more...
NVIDIA's SLI technology (Scalable Link Interface), which allows two PCI Express GeForce 6800s or 6600s to work in tandem to increase performance, has been getting a ton of press these past few months.  So much press that it has some PC enthusiasts wondering what ATi has been up to and what the Canadian-based graphics giant would do to counter the deluge of NVIDIA-related information circulating through the tech community.  Well it turns out that the folks at ATi have actually been hard at work on a few new products.  Today they're unveiling a whole new line of video cards in a wide range of price points.  And although ATi isn't quite ready to release any details with regard... Read more...
Good Afternoon All! BW here taking some time out from trick-or-treating to let you all know that we've just posted a review of Intel's latest flagship processor, the 3.46GHz Pentium 4 Extreme Edition, and the new i925XE chipset with official support for a 1066MHz front side bus. We've got reference numbers from four top-end Athlon 64 platforms, as well as a Pentium 4 560 and a 3.4GHz Pentium 4 Extreme Edition. Click here and check it out...... Read more...
  The folks out in Sunnyvale have been releasing new additions to their Athlon 64 processor lineup with the kind of fevered pace we've come to expect from major-league semiconductor manufacturers.  So too has the ever-dominant Intel.  With 78,000 employees worldwide and almost 10 times the revenue of its nearest competitor at $30 billion annually, its this kind of critical mass that allows a company to pour endless resources into a program and drive higher reaching product line goals. Earlier this month, we brought you a view of AMD's new Athlon FX-55 and Athlon 64 4000+ processors and their relative performance versus Intel's flagship CPUs.  Today we've got Intel's latest... Read more...
Hello All! BW here to let you know that we've just posted a review of Asus' V9999 Gamer Edition GeForce 6800.  ASUS went over the top with the V9999 Gamer Edition, offering a hefty collection of games, a USB camera, and several software packages to put the USB camera to good use. The card is also clocked much higher than standard GeForce 6800s, and uses the same PCB as a 6800 Ultra.  Click here and check it out!... Read more...
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