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Hello Everyone! Please, do us a favor and head on over to NewEgg.Com to vote in their Tech & Gaming site poll.  Once you're at the main page, scroll all the way down, and at the lower, left corner of the main page you'll see a poll on the Tech & Gaming websites you visit the most. If you see a different poll about your favorite deal sites, just refresh the page and you'll eventually see the Tech & Gaming poll. We'd really appreciate it if you voted for us. When you get there, you'll see a couple of other sites have already made requests on their news pages for votes so we're way behind. Any help you could give us here would be much appreciated! Thanks!... Read more...
Kuju Entertainment Supports AGEIA PhysX Processor in Rail Simulator LOS ANGELES and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 10, 2006 - AGEIA Technologies,Inc., the pioneer in hardware-accelerated physics for games, announced today at E3 that Kuju Entertainment is supporting the AGEIA PhysX processor in its upcoming Rail Simulator. Rail Simulator lets players take charge of steam, diesel and electric trains on real routes in the United Kingdom and Germany. The sophisticated gameplay even allows players to design their own ideal journey routes. Kuju Entertainment is the developer of Microsoft Train Simulator, which sold over a million copies worldwide and inspired third-party companies to develop over 40 expansion... Read more...
Top PC Companies Support New VESA DisplayPort Standard ROUND ROCK, Texas & PALO ALTO, Calif., & RALEIGH, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 3, 2006--Dell, HP and Lenovo today jointly announced their support for the newly released DisplayPort 1.0 digital display interface standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). Dell, HP and Lenovo are VESA members. DisplayPort is designed for broad application in PCs, monitors, TV displays, projectors, and other sources of display content. DisplayPort enables a common interface signaling approach for both internal and external display connections. This approach can reduce overall design complexity, making digital displays such... Read more...
First Nvidia decides that two video cards just wasn't enough, so they came out with Quad SLI. Now we have Nvidia rolling out some new image quality options, as they'll soon be introducing 32x Anti-Aliaisng. Well, I guess they had to do something with all that extra horse power.  Although this really isn't breaking news.  We reported on this back in January after meeting with NVIDIA at CES... "We have learned that the Nvidia Corporation is planning to introduce a new Anti-Aliasing mode in the near future. The upcoming GeForce 7950 Quad SLI gaming monster is on the horizon. If you thought that Anti-Aliasing x8 or x16 is enough then we have a surprise for you."  ... Read more...
HKEPC has some exclusive info regarding Intel's next generation integrated graphics platform. Apparently, the upcoming G965 IGP will support DirectX10 as well as Shader Model 4.0. Rounding out the features, we also find a new limit of 256MB of shared memory, Anisotropic Filtering (finally), and hardware H.264 decoding, and complete WGF 2.0/OpenGL 2.0 support. Granted, this IGP will certainly suffer in the shadow of a discrete graphics card. However, it might be slightly less painful to game on a system using Intel's latest IGP.  ... Read more...
Today Microsoft has announced they will provide technical support for running Linux distributions with Windows using their Virtual Server 2005 R2 software. They've also made Virtual Server 2005 R2 a free download, where as they used to charge a fee based on the amount of physical processors.""We've made a long-term commitment to make sure that non-Windows operating systems can be run in a supported manner, both on top of Virtual Server and our future virtualization products," said Zane Adam, director of Windows Server product marketing, in a statement."No joke, it's April 3rd.... Read more...
VIA works with industry partners to enable a new generation of PCs equipped for safer computing Taipei, Taiwan, 30 March 2006 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced cooperation with industry partners to ensure broad TPM support for VIA's market-leading lineup of chipset solutions for the Intel(R), AMD, and VIA processor platforms. Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology is an industry effort aimed at reducing some of the risks facing modern day computing. Addressing issues such as data theft, unauthorized PC access, and unauthorized network access, the TPM standard incorporates a number of capabilities... Read more...
NVIDIA has just posted a set of Beta display drivers that enables a host of performance and functionality enhancements with the highlight being full H.264 support. Should you be looking for the fastest framerate in games or aiming to create a multimedia powerhouse do youself a favor and give these Beta drivers a shot. ... Read more...
Do you actually "work" on your computer?  Into that big-iron workstation thing and have most of your projects handled on a Sun box?  All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy as they say, so see what Phoronix has to say about running NVIDIA SLI under Sun's Solaris 10 OS... "Towards the end of December, we had written two articles to examine the frame-rate performance of both ATI and NVIDIA drivers as they had progressed throughout the year under Linux. Although there were minimal average frame-rate differences between each of the drivers, in most instances, each company had appended critical features throughout the year... Read more...
DailyTech brings word that ATI has responded to the latest complaints regarding the company's supposed support for HDCP functionality with its products. HDCP content protection is said to be fully supported by ATI's latest GPU's. However, products using these GPU's lack the appropriate decryption keys at the board level to actually allow for this functionality. If you purchased an ATI-based graphics card in preparation for Vista, be warned that the HDCP feature you'll require might not actually be enabled and yet another graphics card will need to be purchased to play withthe full functionality of Microsoft's latest and greatest OS. As the last... Read more...
SiS Supports AMD Digital Media Vision With Advanced Chipsets For "AMD LIVE!™" Consumer Brand February 14th, 2006 – Taipei – Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) announced today the development of SiS chipsets in cooperation with AMD to support AMD LIVE!™ branded, full-featured consumer multimedia desktop and notebook PCs expected to be delivered in mid-2006. The chipsets will provide support for AMD LIVE!, helping deliver new home entertainment experiences to consumers for their digital lifestyle. The AMD LIVE! brand now extends to consumers and should help improve digital media PC performance and functionality, as well as changing the way digital entertainment integrates... Read more...
The Inquirer reports that sources close to NVIDIA are claiming there is a driver in development that will "unlock" H.264 support for all GeForce 6 and 7 GPU's. With ATI only offering H.264 support for a handful of their cards, it certainly looks as though NVIDIA might have the upper hand here. Let's just hope they don't expect us to pay an additional cost for H.264 support like they currently do with their excellent PureVideo decoder. Nvidia is getting ready to release the miraculous driver that is supposed to beat ATI in Video performances. The driver will ensure that IGP 6150 integrated graphic core and 6200 low end core can play... Read more...
Good evening folks.  We've got some news from ECS just now that we thought may be of interest to many of you. The company has added support for Intel's Pentium M processors to the PF88 though the use os a new SIMA card. Check it... ECS Adds Intel Pentium M Support with the Launch of I9S SIMA Card -- Expanding platform flexibility of PF88 Extreme Hybrid motherboard, the new SIMA card bridges support between Intel mobile processors and Intel desktop processors -- Fremont, CA (October 26, 2005) – Elitegroup Computer Systems, Inc., world's leading computer hardware and notebook manufacturer, today announces immediate availability of its latest SIMA card designed exclusively for its award-winning... Read more...
Good afternoon HH fans. The news is coming in at a steady clip today, and I just came across an interesting tid-bit by way of AGEIA that I didn't want to let sit. Today, the fledgling company announced that Futuremark, the makers of the well-known 3DMark and PCMark line of benchmarks, has licensed the PhysX SDK.  Here's a snip from the official announcement... Futuremark Licenses AGEIA PhysX SDK for Inclusion in Industry-Leading Benchmarks Upcoming Futuremark benchmarks will provide first objective measurement of the extreme physics acceleration in multithreaded, multi-core systems MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – September 29, 2005 – AGEIA™ Technologies, Inc., the pioneer in hardware-accelerated... Read more...
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