EVGA GeForce GTX 570 Classified Graphics Card
Being very late to market this one eVGA released a GeForce GTX 570 Classified Graphics Card. It looks fairly reference based but It draws power from an 8-pin and a 6-pin power connector and has a better VRM design. The card packs 1280 MB memory on a 320-bit wide GDDR5 interface and clocks in at 975 MHz (3.90 GHz effective), churning out 156 GB/s of bandwidth.
The core is clocked at 822 MHz, and the 480 CUDA cores available are at 1644 MHz. (reference speeds are 732/1464 MHz. The display connectivity is different from the one on the reference design, it features two DVI connectors, and one each of DisplayPort and HDMI (both full-sized). Available on EVGA's online store, the GTX 570 Classified is priced at US $359.99.
Corsair H80 and H100 watercoolers launched
Corsair officially introduced its H80 and H100 watercooling solutions.
Prolimatech Camouflage CPU coolers teased
Shjeesh ... that's just a design of an Asian guy overcompensating for something -- just silly -- but still cool :)
Expreview received some photos of Prolimatech's upcoming Camouflage series coolers. It includes a Megahalems and Genesis model, but except the color both parts are identical to the models already available on the market. These as such match the Sabertooth mainmboard series color wise.
Currently there are diversified CPU Coolers in the market,but the color matched schemes seem to be not so eye-catching,which always come with silver,black and copper salmon pink.However,ProlimaTech decides to make its products more personalized with the debut of its brand-new Camouflage series coolers.
This time ProlimaTech rolls out two models,they are based on the designed of Megahalems and Genesis,the color scheme is just like that of ASUS SABERTOOTH series motherboards.
The two new coolers both belong to Camouflage series,and they are called Megahalems Camouflage and Genesis Camouflage.Apart from the color,the other specs are supposed to be the same as the common one.
Check the thumbnails for a good laugh ..
iPhone 4 SLR Mount is just .. weird
Engadget reports about the iPhone SLR Mount from Photojojo, a device that will enable you to pair Canon or Nikon lenses with your iPhone 4. Why anyone would want this is beyond me, and the $190 price tag seems excessive even for Apple standards.
$190 scores you one of these aluminum bad boys, eager to pair with your multi-thousand dollar Canon or Nikon optics, bringing "powerful depth of field" and manual focus to your smartphone's itsy bitsy image sensor. You can reportedly use the new pricey mobile rig to capture photos with shallow depth of field, without the need to add one of those "unethical" $5 digital filter apps.
RAGE Behind the Scenes: The Dawn
EA explains Steam store absences
GameSpot has published a news article with a few choice quotes from a statement made by EA's head of global e-commerce, David DeMartini, on why some of their titles are not available on Steam anymore:
DeMartini stressed that EA will allow its titles to appear on any downloadable storefront, but there is a catch. The executive said, "We take direct responsibility for providing patches, updates, additional content, and other services to our players," and so insist on being allowed to "establish an ongoing relationship" with customers and contact them to inform them of new patches and available content.
"Unfortunately, if we're not allowed to manage this experience directly and establish a relationship with you, it disrupts our ability to provide the support you expect and deserve," DeMartini said. "At present, there is only one download service that will not allow this relationship. This is not our choice, and unfortunately it is their customer base that is most impacted by this decision. We are working diligently to find a mutually agreeable solution."
KFA2 Contest Win Wicked Prizes
KFA2 is organizing an original contest with some pretty kicks'ass prizes. You need to make a little video holding a KFA2 Skull mask and theme it based on your GeForce life .... The small video's are themed themed the GeForce Culture -- what's that you ask ? Well, here's KFA2 on that:
Geforce Culture is inherent in each and every one of us as an extension of society. The day to day use of technology helps us interact, communicate and express our views, which have contributed to what is now known as the 'age of freedom of information'. - the freedom to express.
The GeForce Culture competition is based on digital expression through the GPU. Create a Max 45 sec video clip of your digital culture, submissions can incorporate music, speech, visual mixing, animation, film, digital manipulation, gaming etc... the list is endless - we want you to tell us YOUR story, YOUR view and YOUR statement of your digital day to day life.
So what can you win ?
- KFA2 GTX 580 Anarchy Graphics card
HD GOPRO HD Camera
KFA2 Limited Hoodie
KFA2 Limited edition watch
- KFA2 GTX 580 Anarchy Graphics card
HD GOPRO HD Camera
KFA2 Limited Hoodie
- KFA2 GTX 570 Graphics card
KFA2 Limited Hoodie
More info and contest rules can be found here at geforceculture.com
But watch the video first ...
eVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified Pics Surface
Check it out, this is the eVGA GeForce GTX 580 classified edition., Very little is know about it but it's a product along the lines of the MSI N580GTX Lightning Xtreme ASUS GTX 580 Platinum. The tall printed circuit board was required for installing the beefed-up power delivery circuit used for the GeForce GTX 580 Classified, which uses high-quality components and a couple of Nec/Tokkin proadlizer film capacitors for added voltage stability.
Other overclocking friendly features include three power monitoring pin headers and a series of status LEDs for the card's main voltages.
It comes with an advanced VRM circuitry alright, spot the two 8-pin and one single6-pin PCI PEG connector.
Sitecom 300N X4 WLR-4000 Wireless router review
Sitecom introduces a series of standard routers but with a twist. They tagged their mainstream range from X1, X2, X3 and a more enthusiast range from X4, X5 and X6. They are all Gigabit models, but obviously the higher the number the better the feature set. all models now come with cloud security, and that's the new feature we'll discuss later on. We test the X4 WLR-4000 model.
You can read the article right here.
AMD Catalyst 11.6b Hotfix driver released
AMD Catalyst driver 11.6b Hotfix Feature:
Intel 710 Series Lyndonville SSDs Get Priced
Expected for a release early next quarter already are the Intel's 710 Series
Gigabyte G1.Sniper 2 Z68 motherboard photo's
Gigabyte revealed some photos of its upcoming Z68 based G1.Sniper 2 motherboard, thanks VR Zone:
Pictures of the final board appeared on Gigabyte's motherboard divisions facebook page literally minutes ago and although these pictures might not be super-high resolution, they're still good enough for us to get a good idea of what's coming. One minor change we noticed was the addition of a copper shield around the audio capacitors, something that wasn't present on boards shown at Computex.
Gigabyte has also made what appear to be some minor cosmetic changes, like removing the writing on the chipset heatsink, which by the way had the wrong model name on it anyhow. The rear I/O has changed slightly with the eSATA port being turned into an eSATAp (powered eSATA/USB combo) port.
ADATA DDR3L 1333G 8GB XPG Gaming Series
ADATA introduced the single DDR3L 1333G 8GB XPG Gaming Series memory. In an industry first, the company has launched the single 8GB XPG
XFX WarPad mousepad offers edgeless support system
XFX reveals WarPad, a new gaming surface that clamps onto any desk edge up to 2" thick. The mousepad measures 16.97" x 13.98" and offers double padding and an edgeless support system that angles and cushions your wrist and forearm. It's sold on XFX's website for a silly $54.99.
The XFX WarPad
Windows Vista SP1 support being retired on July 12
Vista's Service Pack 1 will exit all support on July 12, this month's Patch Tuesday. According to Computer World, that will be last time security updates will be issued for the operating system.
Microsoft supports its business products for 10 years, the first five in what it calls "mainstream support," and the second five in "extended support." In extended support, only companies with special contracts get non-security fixes. Microsoft does continue (in most cases) to provide security fixes for all persons and companies during the total ten year period. This situation is different from Office XP, which is now officially being retired. Vista SP1 users can upgrade to Vista SP2 and receive further support. Microsoft released SP2 for Vista in May of 2009
Club3D Radeon HD 6870 X2 arrives at Guru3D
- GPU Chipset: Barts XT
- GPU Clock: 900MHz
- Stream Processors: 1120
- Multi-GPU: CrossFireX
- Memory Size: 2048 MB
- Memory Type: GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4200MHz
The Club 3D Radeon HD 6870 X2 features the CoolStream thermal solution and is bundled with the latest DirectX 11 Dirt 3.We are starting up the review as we speak, have a peek at some photo's we took, click the thumbnails.
HTC buys S3 graphics
VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator of power efficient x86 processor platforms, today announced the signing of definitive agreement to sell all of its shareholding in S3 Graphics Co., Ltd. (