The MSI Skin competition for MSI's AfterBurner Overclock application has just expired. We have received many entries for this really fantastic competition. The diversity of the entries is large. We have seen very simple skins, very complex ones, very graphic ones. We would like to ask you to have a look at the skins submitted and vote for your favorite one. You guys get to decide who wins -- you guys are the jury.
In this unique article we'll follow the design stages of a motherboard and VGA card inside Gigabyte's Nan-Ping factory located close to Taipei. We had an all-access pass and a photo-camera to shoot what you always wanted to see... the creation of a motherboard and graphics card.
Guru3D is ten years of age, and we felt we had to give back a little to the community. Next to all crazy contests we have organized we also wanted to give something back and do something for the environment. As such we started a project called Guru3D going Green. The project entailed us installing an array of solar PV panels, compensating and reducing most of the CO2 created by the Guru3D.com servers.
The History of Guru3D - Part II - here we'll look back into history, 1997. We'll check out graphics cards starting at that date and move our way up towards 2008, showing lot's and lot's graphics cards from the past.
The History of Guru3D - Part I - Today we'll talk about the history of Guru3D, it's good to look back a little and see where we came from and where we are, both in technology but moreover, as a technology website.
We have one more item from NVISION to show you guys. Though not 100% related to NVISION I figured this would be fun to show you. In San Jose there was a concert given. Now typically we gamers are not your average classical concert attendees, but the guys from video Games Live setup their gear in the San Jose concert hall and we figured it would be a nice opportunity to attend it and at thee very least show you some photo's on what is actually happening as such a concert.
NVISION 08 Day 2 - We continue where we left off, Buzz Aldrin flies by to talk about a 3D movie, we got Kyle Busch, NASCAR racing sensation; Bernard Charles, CEO of Dassault Systems; Eileen Collins, former NASA space shuttle commander; and Lorne Lanning, film director and founder of Oddworld all on stage.
A small review of 3DMark Vantage. 3DMark Vantage is a gamers benchmark for the DX10 platform. Its primary purpose is to help gamers evaluate their system performance for gaming use, and through online services relate the tested system to other available hardware. This should provide true value to gamers by enabling them to make better purchasing decisions, and to compete against each other in system performance.
Earlier this week we again drove to the datacenter to install our newest server "Corleone", a new front-end server that is soon going to be used for our rapidly growing forums. We'll show you the specs and some insider info on that server later on. but first let's have a look at where we are hosted, the racks, the gear and the network we are broadcasting over.
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The Definitive Multi-GPU World Tour continues and it's finally our turn at the plate. Our task is testing and benchmarking a set of games not commonly used in most hardware reviews, but we also take the time to check out texture filtering quality differences between ATI and NVIDIA hardware.
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Neal Robison is the person being interviewed today, he's ATIs global Director for Developer Relations and despite his very busy schedule we have managed to get Neal to agree to Q&A session. We talk a little about the HDR & AA, gaming in general, consoles and as we are both in this industry .. the future of gaming.
These Wallpapers are the result of a contest we recently had here at Guru3D.com, when time passes new entries will be included.
Download Wallpapers above - http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=1813