NEWS

July 9th, 2009, 10:50 AM

Transcend Releases Blazing Fast 600X CompactFlash Card

Dedicated to fulfilling the demanding requirements of performance-conscious photographers, Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, proudly releases its Extreme Plus 600X CompactFlash cards with Turbo MLC technology. These new 600X CF cards raise the bar with blazing fast transfer speeds of up to 92MB/s read and 87MB/s write, which [...]

July 9th, 2009, 10:42 AM

Auzentech Releases X-Raider and X-Studio Sound Cards

Auzentech announced today the immediately availability of the Auzen X-Raider 7.1 and X-Studio 5.1 Sound Cards. These sound cards provide an affordable upgrade from the onboard audio built into desktop PCs, and are ideal for improving audio from games, music, and movies. The Auzen X-Raider 7.1 is a PCI sound card with swappable OPAMPs for all channels, SPDIF(Optical) In/Out, internal digital output [...]

July 8th, 2009, 1:27 PM

NVIDIA Releases Their Own SLI Patch

With EVGA receiving all the praise over their SLI Enchancement Patch, it would appear NVIDIA has gotten a bit jealous of the attention and decided to provide a fix for their own products (fancy that huh) The patch is compatible with any SLI motherboard, and is non vendor specific. It is suggested to be used [...]

July 8th, 2009, 12:34 PM

Corsair Pulls Dominator GT Memory Due to Concerns Over Failing Elpida Hyper ICs

While it isn’t yet classified as a full blown epidemic, Corsair is stepping up to the plate and taking responsibility for their products, as a growing number of reports indicate that Eplida Hyper’s IC’s, used on some of the high end Dominator GT memory is having far higher than normal failure rates. Corsair is not [...]

July 8th, 2009, 11:29 AM

Google Set to Infiltrate Computing World Further – Plans for Chrome Operating System

With Chrome launched less than a year ago, and brought out of BETA a few short months after its release, it has quickly (though not surprisingly) risen to take over  nearly 2% of the browser market share. It may not sound like much, but that translates into an estimated 30 million users, and with Microsoft [...]

July 8th, 2009, 10:29 AM

Adding More Boost – OCZ Vertex Gets “Turbo’d”

OCZ Technology has released the latest addition to their premium Vertex solid state drive series, the Vertex Turbo Edition. The tried-and-true architecture and performance of the original Vertex has been upgraded to meet the demands of enthusiasts and other performance-seeking users who benefit from SSD technology. The Vertex Turbo Series maximizes the potential for ultimate [...]

July 8th, 2009, 10:25 AM

Thermaltake ISGC V320 – The Latest Heavy Hitter In GPU Cooling

Graphics cooling has become essential to the modern PC user. Looking to keep the cool on the latest video cards; Thermaltake announces their new heavyweight ISGC V320 solution. At first glance we see that Thermatake has included their ISGC fans in this new design. This is a promising step in quieter computing as this fan [...]

July 7th, 2009, 1:57 PM

New Record! AMD CPUs Breaks 7GHz Barrier and 3DMark Scores

Well here is an exciting tidbit of news for the morning. The lads over at XtremeSystems had a bit of a party in Finland over the weekend, and boy what a event it was! In attendance was the usual list of suspects representing Finland, Russia, Sweden, Italy and Belgium. Along with the usual overclocker’s party [...]

July 7th, 2009, 12:29 PM

MSI Shows Off G41 Motherboards

With hi-definition audio and visuals becoming ever more common, Home Theater PC (HTPC), offering improved audio support and hi-def multimedia playback, provide more upgradeability and compatibility for the coming future. In light of this trend, more and more people are seeking to build their own HTPC. Global mainboard and graphic producer, MSI, has integrated Intel’s [...]

July 7th, 2009, 11:43 AM

Sapphire Gets Green with Enviromentally Friendly Packaging

Sapphire Technology, supplier of AMD/ATI based graphics products is aware of the increasing awareness of the impact of excess packaging on the environment, and has an ongoing programme to play its part in conservation.   In another industry first for Sapphire the company is now introducing paper pulp trays as the inner packaging for graphics cards. [...]