Need For Speed Hot Pursuit Uncovered Trailer
Experience true G-Forces with eVGA
Typically we don't post vendor competitions that much, but eVGA has something really unique alright, they are offering three persons a chance to tag along in a fighter jet. I'm envious already as that certainly is a dream of mine.
Have you always wanted to experience the excitement of being a jet-plane pilot? Now is your chance!!! Three lucky people will have the chance to get the thrill of a lifetime by riding in an L-39
GeForce GTS 430 gets listed
We have seen this storyline before. Another nVIDIA video card is spotted in etail about two weeks earlier than expected. Therefore the upcoming GeForce 430 GTS seems to be already listed on an Austrian online store . To be more specific, the news is about GeForce GTS430 Overclocked edition which leaked and gave us a taste of the forthcoming 430 series.
SuperTalent is working on the first overclocked 4GB SO-DIMM
Memory news are on the move today, as such Supertalent announced that they currently manufacturing the world's first over-clocked 4GB SO-DIMM running at 1600 MHz. Super Talent Technology will now move forward with the shipment of 512M x64 (4GB) configurations of these new memory modules. While several manufactures are shipping DDR3 SO-DIMMs (small outline dual in-line memory modules), used in laptops and notebooks, supporting clock speeds of 1333 MHz, Super Talent's has moved beyond this limitation and produced a DDR3 SO-DIMM capable of over-clocking to an incredible 1600 MHz.
Ideal for today's extreme portable workstations and gaming machines, Super Talent's new 4GB SO-DIMM will enable these creative professionals to remove the memory bottleneck created by today's 1333MHz limitation. "As memory technology continues to move forward Super Talent will continue to push the limits of what is possible and deliver the fastest solutions available."
ECS GeForce GTX 460 Black review
ECS GeForce GTX 460 Black gets tested
We review the ECS GeForce GTX 460 Black series. Within the entire scope of Fermi GPU based graphics cards from NVIDIA the GeForce GTX 460 has to be the most interesting in terms of value for money with very acceptable decent thermals and power consumption. This is why we see a lot of SKU's released for this product, with a variety of cooling and factory overclocks.
ECS Elite group also release a handful of GeForce GTX 460 cards, based on the reference design, slight overclock yet also a BLACK series graphics card which is a factory overclocked model with an Arctic cooling Twin Turbo PRO cooler sitting on top of that GPU. We spot amazingly cool temperatures of the GPU versus a downright nice factory overclock.
Click here to read the review.
MSI launches N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack
Following the launch of the successful N460GTX Hawk, MSI is proud to extend the Hawk product line with the N460GTX Hawk
Razer and Mouse Bungee Team Up For Old School Gamers
Razer is pleased to announce that Ed Larkin of Mouse Bungee has joined Razer
Hercules DJ Console 4-Mx for Pro DJs launches
Hercules has unveiled a new DJ console for professional DJs that have some cool features. The new console is called the DJ Console 4-Mx and it will ship on November 22 for $449.99. The console has many features for the money with a pair of large jog wheels and a lot more.
Those jog wheels are 4.7-inches in diameter and
Medal of Honor Developers Change Taliban to Opposing Force
Texas Instruments shows four-port USB 3.0 chip
It is reported that Texas Instruments was demonstrating USB 3.0 products at last week's Intel Developer Forum. Among other things, it included a USB 3.0 to SATA bridge chip that can be used for external USB 3.0 drives, and also a four-way USB 3.0 hub chip, but unfortunately this part is still not certified.
The TUSB8040 USB3 hub isn't certified yet, but from what we hear, it won't be all that long. Between this and the VIA hub controller, things will be better soon. We hope. USB3 hubs will be a good thing for everyone in the industry, and their absence is a sore spot for the standard, via semi accurate.
Duke Nukem Forever Live shown Amsterdam
Call of Duty: Black Ops Customization Trailer
Google announces alternative for JPG
One single component of web pages is consistently responsible for the majority of the latency on pages across the web: images.
Most of the common image formats on the web today were established over a decade ago and are based on technology from around that time. Some engineers at Google decided to figure out if there was a way to further compress lossy images like JPEG to make them load faster, while still preserving quality and resolution. As part of this effort, Google is releasing a developer preview of a new image format, WebP, that promises to significantly reduce the byte size of photos on the web, allowing web sites to load faster than before
Images and photos make up about 65% of the bytes transmitted per web page today. They can significantly slow down a user
AMD Radeon HD 6800 volume shipments expected in November
Looks like actual volume availbiliuty of AMD's upcoming Radeon 6000 series prodyct will be available later then the launch date. DigiTimes was told that mass shipments of AMD's new graphics cards are slated for November, and the site also reports that NVIDIA will cut the price of its GeForce GTX 460 768MB and introduce the entry-level GeForce GT 430 (GF108).
Nvidia is set to launch its new entry-level GeForce GT 430 (GF 108), which should have a large shipment share, around October 19 with its mainstream product, the GeForce GTX 460 768MB to see its price drop and attack AMD's ATI Radeon HD 5000-series.
As Nvidia started an attack with its Fermi-series and announced it has regained the lead over technologies at GTC 2010, AMD has started its counterattack. As Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) changed the schedule of its new manufacturing process causing AMD's Radeon HD 6000-series to continue adopting its 40nm process, rumors about the new GPU's lower-than-expected performance and launch schedule have been circulating in the IT market, therefore, AMD has decided to officially launch its Radeon HD 6000-series on October 19, a week later than the original schedule of October 12, with the Radeon HD 6870 possibly the first for launch.
Guru3D Rig of the Month - September 2010
Guru3D Rig of the Month - September 2010
September 2010 was particular difficult to pick a winner for as we have received many entries for Guru3D's Rig of the Month, and the overall build quality was so very fine that we had a tremendous task of picking one winner.
This months winner is David, he designed an awesome rig with eVGA's SR-2 motherboard, six-core Xeon processors and Quad SLI. Value for money wise and sheer aesthetics make this rig scary in both ways ! Meet this man at the age of 37, and be amazed once you see what kind of monster he created ...
GELID Icy Vision Rev. 2 Cooler for GeForce GTX 460 and GTS 450
Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions has launched the 2nd revision of its multi-award winning VGA Cooler
Galaxy outs slick NVIDIA GTX460 with wireless TV connectivity
A bit of a problem with Galaxy is that they design and announce a lot of products, yet they never reach the market, hence marketing purposes. It's very much the same with the following product we believe, grabbing some media attention and then you hear nothing of it again.
The company has announced its latest video card called the GTX 460 WHDI Edition that is set to ship in October.
The coolest thing about this video card is that it is designed to connect wirelessly to a TV using an uncompressed connection. The latency of the card promises to be less than one millisecond making it appropriate for gaming. The card can also stream content to your TV like video, digital photos and more.
The five antennas sticking off the back of the video card send the content out to the TV to a small black receiver box that you connect to an input on your set. The video card doe shave local connectivity for a Pc screen as well with DVI and HDMI outputs. Pricing is unknown for the video card right now.
QNAP NMP-1000P network media player
QNAP this week released a network media player, the NMP-1000P, a compact STB that offers Full HD 1080p video, Dolby and DTS digital surround sound, optional NAS functionality and internet media streaming. Able to gobble up a 3.5-inch hard-drive in its internal bay