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NVIDIA is flying high on its recent announcement of new GeForce RTX 2000 series graphics cards based on its Turing architecture, with advanced features such as ray tracing capabilities. If performance lives up to the claims, gamers are in for a treat. On the mobile side, nothing was announced, though one laptop vendor may have tipped what NVIDIA has in store. Eurocom apparently referenced a handful of unannounced mobile GPUs that will purportedly find their way into the company's Sky C series of gaming laptops. They include the GeForce RTX 1080 and 1070, and GeForce GTX 1180 and 1170. What's interesting about the GPU names is that they do not appear to be placeholders. The folks at Notebookcheck... Read more...
As popular as thin and light notebooks have become, there is a place in market for the hulking, desktop replacement machines targeted at power hungry users--like gamers. Sometimes you’re willing to give up a little portability so you can bring a real powerhouse to the next LAN party. The Eurocom P5 Pro, which is the latest desktop replacement machine to come from the Canadian PC maker, has the kinds of components, features, and expandability that make these systems worth their bulk. But Eurocom also managed to slim the P5 Pro down compared to previous models, making it one of the slimmest, lightest desktop replacement mobile gaming machines we’ve reviewed. At a time when some custom... Read more...
When Eurocom sent us their latest gaming notebook for evaluation, we expected the usual huge, heavy machine with obscenely powerful components inside. It’s even called the “Monster”, which seems to indicate a particularly beastly rig. But when the box arrived on our doorstep, it seemed far too small to encase anything resembling the description above. Indeed, inside the small shipping container was an even smaller notebook. The Monster is barely bigger than a netbook, actually, with an 11.6-inch screen and a body that’s as thin as 0.5 inches... Eurocom Monster 1.0 11.6" Gaming Notebook Review... Read more...
When Eurocom sent us their latest gaming notebook for evaluation, we expected the usual huge, heavy machine with obscenely powerful components inside. It’s even called the “Monster”, which seems to indicate a particularly beastly rig. But when the box arrived on our doorstep, it seemed far too small to encase anything resembling the description above. Indeed, inside the small shipping container was an even smaller notebook. The Monster is barely bigger than a netbook, actually, with an 11.6-inch screen and a body that’s as thin as 0.5 inches and only as thick as 1.5 inches. On the outside, it’s more of an adorable version of a gaming notebook than some terrifying... Read more...
You don't name a laptop "Scorpius" unless you're serious about its capabilities. Eurocom is no stranger to revealing beastly laptops, and its latest is no exception to the rule. The new Scorpius offers dual graphics tech from NVIDIA GeFore, Quadro and AMD Radeon, a Core i7-3920XM Processor Extreme Edition, up to 32 GB of DDR3 1600 memory and three storage drives plus one mSATA drive. That's right: you can order this machine with dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M GPUs featuring 1688 CUDA cores,  and 8GB of DDR5 video memory. If you're a creative pro, you can opt for the NVIDIA Quadro K5000M, K4000M or K3000M. No, there's no Optimus support, so you best stay near a wall outlet. There's also plenty... Read more...
Eurocom is now offering the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M GPU in its line of performance notebooks. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M GPU features 1344 CUDA cores and 4GB GDDR5 graphics memory. This GPU also supports Optimus, PhysX, CUDA, DirectX 11, and OpenCL technologies. The 680M is available in the Neptune 2.0 and Racer 2.0 notebooks. Eurocom has tested and benchmarked these notebooks with the GeForce GTX 680M. During these tests, Eurocom's Racer 2.0 was able to achieve a 3DMark Vantage of P24127. Eurocom ships NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M with 1344 CUDA cores and 4GB GDDR5 graphics memory with Benchmarks Eurocom Corporation (www.eurocom.com), a developer of long lifespan, high performance, fully upgradable... Read more...
Eurocom is now shipping its Monster notebook which features Intel Sandy Bridge (32nm) and Ivy Bridge (22nm) mobile processors, NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M graphics, up to 16GB memory, and up to 1 TB of storage. Users can select a glossy or matte 11.6-inch, 1366-by-768 pixel display. This small form factor ultraportable notebook can run up to eight virtual machines thanks to its internal hardware. The Monster weighs less than 4 pounds. Although portability is important, longevity is also crucial to many users. Eurocom says the Monster's battery will last for up to 410 minutes. The EUROCOM Monster at 4 lbs & 11.6” is capable of running 8 virtual machines with 16GB DDR3 1600 memory and 1TB... Read more...
Eurocom launched its line of Ivy Bridge notebooks in the form of the Neptune 2.0 and Racer 2.0. The new notebooks feature professional graphics from NVIDIA such as the Quadro 5010M, 4000M and 3000M. The Neptune 2.0 features a 17.3-inch 1920x1080 matte or glossy display while the Racer 2.0 features a 15.6-inch 1920x1080 matte or glossy display. Processor options include the Intel i7-3920XM, i7-3820QM, i7-3720QM, and i7-3610QM. Customers can choose a traditional hard drive, solid state drive, hybrid, or mSATA drives. The notebooks offer up to 32 GB of DDR3-1600 RAM via four sockets. Eurocom launches complete line of 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 (Ivy Bridge) powered fully upgradable Mobile Workstation-Class... Read more...
It’s no secret that Eurocom makes some incredibly spec-heavy notebooks and mobile workstations. Often, those high-performing mamba jambas are also rather weighty and bulky, but the company has apparently accepted the challenge (and possibly felt market pressure) to create something smaller that still packs a punch for gamers. The Monster 1.0 is the fruit of that labor, an ultraportable gaming notebook that sports an 11.6-inch (1366x768) backlit LED display and runs on an Intel Core i7-3820QM processor, NVIDIA GT 650M (2GB) graphics adapter, and up to 16GB of dual-channel DDR3 memory (over two sockets). The notebook can handle up to 1TB of storage in a variety of SATA2 or SATA3 configurations,... Read more...
Eurocom added the newest AMD Radeon HD 7970M GPU to the EUROCOM Racer 2.0 notebook. The EUROCOM Racer 2.0 is a 15.6-inch small form factor notebook that uses the Intel Mobile HM 77 Express chipset and supports the full line of 22nm Ivy Bridge processors. The notebook also supports up to three storage drives and up to 32GB of DDR3-1600 memory. Eurocom claims the Racer 2.0 will be one of the world’s first Ivy Bridge notebooks with Intel HM 77 chipset using the uFPGA988B socket. Eurocom ships Ivy Bridge based Racer 2.0 with AMD Radeon HD 7970M with over clocking support Eurocom Corporation (www.eurocom.com), a developer of long lifespan, fully upgradable notebooks is adding the newest AMD... Read more...
Hot on the heels of Origin and Maingear's 11-inch notebook announcements, Eurocom announced the new 11.6-inch Monster 1.0. This notebook offers a good amount of power in its small body including an NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M with 2GB of video memory, Intel's i7-3820QM Ivy Bridge processor, 16GB of DDR3-1866 memory, and up to 1TB of SATA3, hard, or Solid State Drives. The Eurocom Monster 1.0 weighs approximately 3.96 pounds with the battery. Eurocom says this notebook will last for up to 410 minutes on a single charge. The Eurocom Monster starts at $817. The notebook does not come with an OS, but you can opt to have Eurocom install Windows 7 Premium for an extra $105. Eurocom ships the world's powerful... Read more...
If you want to see an Ultrabook wet itself, just plop Eurocom's new Panther 4.0 mobile workstation next to one. Battery life be damned, you can't help but be intimidated by a system packing this much power in a mobile form factor. We're talking about a 17.3-inch notebook that packs up to an eight-core Intel Xeon E5 2690 processor (or six-core 3960X if you're not down with Xeon) and up to two GeForce GTX 580M GPUs or Quadro 5010M graphics chips. Those are potent combination, folks. It's also only the beginning. Depending on how deep your pockets run, you can feed the Panther 4.0 up to 32GB of DDR3-1600 RAM and as many as four storage drives. "With such massive amounts of RAM, storage, redundancy... Read more...
For those of you who aren't tripping over yourselves racing to the store to pick up a lightweight Ultrabook and demand something bigger and beefier, rest assured there are companies that still believe in the desktop replacement category. Eurocom arguably leads the pack with a full line of desktop replacement systems suitable for high-end gaming and even workstation chores. One of those systems is the new Panther 4.0 with support for NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology. "The Panther 4.0 3D is here, a system that offers the power of 580M SLI with the enhanced viewing capability of NVIDIA 3D Vision, to give our customers exactly what they want," says Mark Bialic, Eurocom President. You'll be able to pounce... Read more...
The current trend in laptops is towards smaller, slimmer, and lighter devices, hence why Intel gave birth to the Ultrabook form factor. But if you think anything less than a full-fledged desktop replacement is for mobile wimps, Eurocom has a new system that might be right up your alley. It's the Panther 4.0, a beast of a system built around Intel's X79 chipset with Sandy Bridge-E platform. Eurocom's Panther 4.0 is a mobile workstation or a bad mutha-fragger, depending on how you configure it. The only thing slightly modest on it is the 17.3-inch display instead of going all out with an 18-inch LCD. Otherwise, the Panther 4.0 breaks out of its cage with up to an Intel Core i7 3960X Extreme processor... 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 having to buy a new system. MXM 3.0b technology also makes it possible for Eurocom to offer a number of video cards for each system. Three models from Eurocom—the Panther 3.0, Neptune, and Racer—will support the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M. Eurocom adds NVIDIA's MXM 3.0b GeForce GTX 560M to its line of Upgradeable Performance Notebooks Eurocom Corporation (www.eurocom.com),... Read more...
Eurocom has made a name for themselves over the years, primarily for producing some of the wildest, most cutting-edge notebooks out there. Of course, most of the baddest are all the biggest, but if your primary goal is to get a powerhouse, who really cares about size? The company's Panther 2.0 mobile server / workstation is one of those big beasts, and it's being updated today with a new chip from Intel. The 3.46GHz Xeon Processor X5690 is the newest chip to fall into the machine, and it's also equipped with 3.25TB of hard drive space (it can handle four SATA-300 / SATA-600 drives!), a built-in Uninterrupted Power Supply, Gigabit Ethernet, a 17" 1080p LCD, plenty of room for 24GB of DDR3 memory,... Read more...
Eurocom is adding a new processor option to its EUROCOM Panther 2.0 performance notebook. Now, customers will also be able to choose Intel's new high performance i7-990X Extreme Edition Processor. The processor comes unlocked and runs at 3.46GHz with a 3.73GHz Turbo Boost. The EUROCOM Panther 2.0 is a 17.3-inch notebook with support for full HD resolution and support for up to 24GB of memory. Eurocom Launches Intel Core i7-990X Extreme Processor in its Panther 2.0 Super Notebook Eurocom Corporation is now shipping the newest Intel Core i7-990X Extreme Edition Six Core Processor Eurocom Corporation (www.eurocom.com) announces support for Intel's new high performance i7-990X Extreme Edition Processor... Read more...
We took a pair of Radeon HD 6970M graphics cards and put them up against a pair of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 470Ms for some head-to-head benchmarks. Since we'll be working with mobile cards, we'll need a suitable mobile platform to run the tests on. Our benchmark platform is the Eurocom Panther 2.0. This is a very large and very powerful desktop replacement (DTR) based on the Clevo X7200 whitebook... AMD Radeon HD 6970M Review w/ Eurocom... Read more...
In the middle of December, at the beginning of the annual holiday shopping spree, AMD released their latest and greatest graphics cards, the Radeon HD 6970 and 6950. In our review, we noted that the new GPU, code-named "Cayman" is a notable step forward from the previous generation. It incorporates dual graphics engines whereas the previous generation only had one, among other changes, that give the new chip a nice leg up in performance. Less than a month later AMD had another product to release, the AMD Radeon HD 6970M. Code-named Blackcomb, the Radeon HD 6970M is the mobile counterpart to Cayman. This chip is currently AMD's fastest GPU for mobile applications and it's meant for use... Read more...
The fastest notebook in the world? We seem to see these surface every few month or so, usually after a major chip maker has just introduced a new processor or after AMD/NVIDIA has revealed a brand new mobile GPU. It's easily to claim the "world's fastest" when you're the first to introduce the latest hardware, but Eurocom seems to be faster than just about everyone else. The company has just introduced their newest laptop, the Racer, which they're calling the planet's fastest 15" notebook. The Racer joins numerous other Eurocom machines, with this one boasting the latest from AMD, Intel and NVIDIA. It will also support Intel's 7th-gen chipset, Huron River HM65, and will support up to a 100-watt... Read more...
Eurocom. Say the name, and think big notebooks. Really big. The company is famous for producing some of the world's most powerful (and largest) machines, and now their newest is available with one of the world's most powerful mobile GPUs. The AMD Radeon Mobility HD 6970 is AMD's top of the line VGA card in the 6xxxM series, which just launched at the Consumer Electronics Show. The new card can be ordered by itself or in CrossFireX mode in the following machines: Panther 2.0, Leopard, Cougar, and Cheetah 2.0. Details on each model are below, with pricing varying significantly based on build. But hey, if you've been looking to buy a max-spec machine regardless of size and price, Eurocom's ready... Read more...
Eurocom. You know the name. They're one of the most prominent gaming notebook makers on the planet, and their machines are generally larger and faster than anything else out. The company has just announced yet another innovation, with the launch of RAID 10 notebooks that utilize the quick 480GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD, a drive powered by the SandForce 1200 controller. That Vertex 2 drive will soon be available in all Eurocom Mobile Workstations and Mobile Servers, offering up to 250MB/sec on the read side and 240MB/sec on the write side. The drive will be available in the Panther 2.0, X8100 Leopard and three other major machines soon, and we hope that this is just the beginning of using ultra-fast SSD... Read more...
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