Legit Reviews looks at new Hybrid SLI-capable products from NVIDIA! Included is the NVIDIA nForce 780a SLI, nForce 750a SLI, and nForce 730a media and communication processors (MCPs) for AMD CPUs, which will be released next month, as well as the new GeForce 8200—the industry’s first micro-ATX motherboard solution with an onboard Microsoft DirectX 10-compliant motherboard GPU.
Kingston has just added four new flash drives to their DataTraveler product line. The 110, 400, Style & HyperX DataTravelers each come in a variety of capacities. Read on to get the scoop of what these flash drives will offer and pricing!
SanDisk Corporation was showing off a 72-gigabyte (GB), 1.8-inch solid state drive (SSD) as a drop-in replacement for the standard mechanical hard disk drive that will be available in mobile products later this year. Read on to take a look at this small SATA drive!
To kick off our 2008 International CES coverage, Alienware has showcased a Curved Seamless Display! Sporting a resolution of 2880 x 900 with a .02ms refresh rate, this display is geared primarily towards gamers. Read on to see what we know about this monster monitor!
Last year I was able to post up the first pictures of the Intel D975XBX2 ‘Bad Axe 2’ motherboard in action and this year I was able to do the same with the Intel DX38BT ‘BoneTrail’ motherboard. The biggest change in the “Performance” section of the BIOS is no doubt the introduction of “Reference Voltage Override”. Read on to see if the Intel DX38BT is worth waiting for!
With Intel showing off demo systems with X38 and P35 Express chipsets all the buzz about system memory was around DDR3 memory modules. With no less than 14 brands of DDR3 memory being shown off on the show floor it’s clear that DDR3 has been picked up by all the major players and is ready for mainstream use. Read on as we show you what was in the booths at IDF!
The Dell M1710 notebook always got warm while gaming, but now that Intel has released the Core 2 Extreme Mobile Processor X7800 Processor and has embraced overclocking things have gotten a bit too hot. With processors ‘throttling’ while overclocked, something needed to be done, so Intel and Embarco teamed up to produce a docking station that is like a small air conditioner.
Every year at the Intel Developer Forum, the folks from AMD have a limo sitting just outside the show floor to let select press members escape from the dog and pony show to come see what AMD is up to. It seems this tradition has ended as AMD responded to the Intel keynote by Intel CEO Paul Ottelini this morning via a YouTube video.
IDF officially opens today, and Legit Reviews has spotted some Intel X38 Express and 45nm quad-core Yorkfield overclocking that was too good to pass up. Intel has overclocked a 3GHz 45nm Yorkfield processor to over 3.8GHz with nothing more than air cooling, which is a good sign for gamers and enthusiasts that have been waiting on the 45nm processors to arrive.
Our final day of exclusive Computex 2007 coverage uncovers some very interesting products being introduced by ASUS, Thermaltake, and VIA. We were the last reporter standing on this closing day of the conference and were privileged enough to get an inside peek on some great new products. Once again, this is a must read for hardware enthusiasts.
With the latest computer hardware being shown off at Computex 2007, it’s been a busy week in Taiwan trying to see everything that is coming out. Today we take a look at what Gigabyte, PC Power & Cooling, OCZ Technology, Super Talent and Antec are up to and talk about their latest and greatest products. This is a must read for all those that love new hardware!
With the latest computer hardware being shown off at Computex 2007, it’s been a busy week in Taiwan trying to see everything that is coming out. Today we take a look at what ECS, HIS, MSI, Kingston, CoolIT, Enermax and Thermalright are up to and talk about their latest and greatest products. This is a must read for all those that love new hardware!
For years the CeBIT trade show has set the stage for unveiling exciting, futuristic technology and this year is no different. OCZ Technology has demonstrated the NIA (Neural Impulse Actuator) which is an innovative input device that takes is the next step towards a full integration of central and peripheral nerve activity into controlling personal computers. Read on to see if this device might be something that will change the way you use your PC.
Day three at CES included meetings with numerous companies and LR brings you some great coverage from the likes of Antec, Zalman, FSP Group and ECS Elitegroup. LR starts with Antec’s 1200W P190 computer case, Zalman’s 3D LCD, FSP’s small 1000W PSU and the latest in hardware from ECS. Read on to see what these companies are up to!