News Archive

  • Online News August 3, 2012

    Online News August 3, 2012

    [Guru3d.com] EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Classified with EVBOT review We’ll test the EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Classified today. A product that is 100 customized from PCB to cooling. Software voltage regulation works but obviously as well is limited to that 1.175V. EVGA however does have an alternative for the Classified model as tested today you […]

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  • Online News August 2, 2012

    Online News August 2, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] Nixeus Vue 27" : A $430 WQHD (2560×1440) S-IPS LED Monitor Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/6131/angeled_575px.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/6131/nixeus-vue-27-a-430-wqhd-2560×1440-sips-led-monitor) Monitors with resolutions greater than 1080p have always commanded a premium. While 1920×1200 monitors have become rare, 2560×1440 (WQHD) and… [Anandtech.com] Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt Review – An External with USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt Back when Thunderbolt (then Intel Lightpeak) was […]

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  • Online News August 1, 2012

    Online News August 1, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] The Intel SSD 330 Review (60GB, 120GB, 180GB) Earlier this year Intel introduced its second SandForce based SSD: the Intel SSD 330. While Intel had previously reserved the 5xx line for 3rd party controllers, the 330 marks the first time Intel has used something other than its own branded controller in a mainstream or […]

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  • Online News July 31, 2012

    Online News July 31, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] Dell Precision T1650 Workstation Review: Ivy Bridge Xeons Bring Performance This year has seen a revitalized Dell aggressively attacking HP on the enterprise workstation front. While HP has been content to recycle last year’s models, Dell has made substantial strides in improving their desktop workstation offerings across the board. We had a chance to […]

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  • Online News July 30, 2012

    Online News July 30, 2012

    [Techreport.com] Sunday Shortbread *_Eight is Enough_* 1. AllThingsD: Apple’s “Samsung Didn’t Copy Us” ad campaign postponed (http://allthingsd.com/20120726/apples-samsung-didnt-copy-us-ad-campaign-postponed/) 2. ZDNet: Is Valve’s Linux gamble over Windows 8 a shot in the dark… [Techreport.com] Postponing the podcast Despite the pain that it causes us (and you, but mostly us), we are delaying this week’s episode of the […]

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  • Online News July 29, 2012

    Online News July 29, 2012

    [Techreport.com] Samsung doubles Apple’s smartphone shipments in Q2 Apple has a huge share of the smartphone market, but Samsung shipped more handsets last quarter. Actually, Samsung shipped a lot more. The Korean electronics giant moved 50.5 million smartphones according to research firm Strategy Analytics… [Techreport.com] Saturday Shortbread *_Eight is Enough_* 1. The NY Times: Apple […]

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  • Online News July 28, 2012

    Online News July 28, 2012

    [Expreview.com] Lian Li Launches PC-B12 Silent ATX Case Lian-Li has announced a silent brushed aluminum ATX supported case——PC-B12. Scheduled to hit retail at the end of August, the new case will be available at the retail price of US$169.  The case weights 210mm(W)*472mm(H)*498mm(D), features eight expansion slots, two 140mm front fans and a 120mm rear… […]

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  • Online News July 27, 2012

    Online News July 27, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) ViewSonic’s New VA12 Value Series Displays Deliver Style and Substance ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced the latest offerings as part of the brand new eco-friendly and affordable VA12 Series, including the VA1912m-LED and VA2212m-LED. “Selecting a value series display doesn’t… [Techpowerup.com] (PR) MSI […]

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  • Online News July 26, 2012

    Online News July 26, 2012

    [Expreview.com] Afterburner v2.2.3 Available for Download Lately MSI rolls out its Afterburner 2.2.3 version for overclocking players, which mainly adds the voltage and overclocking monitoring for MSI GTX 680 Lightning graphics cards. The main updated features of MSI Afterburner v2.2.3 * Revised I2C access API for NVIDIA 301.xx and newer display drivers *… [Techreport.com] Those […]

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  • Online News July 25, 2012

    Online News July 25, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) GLOBALFOUNDRIES Extending Fab 8 to Meet Strong Customer Demand GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced it is moving forward with the final construction for the extension of Module 1 at the Fab 8 campus in New York. The project will add 90,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity, bringing the total capacity for Fab 8 Module 1 […]

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  • Online News July 24, 2012

    Online News July 24, 2012

    [Jonnyguru.com Review] NZXT Hale82 750W NZXT came to me a few months ago bearing review samples for their new Hale82 series. Based on solid Seasonic platforms, these initially very promising units began to show issues with ripple when heated up in the hot box, in the case of the 850 watt model. Today, I want […]

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  • Online News July 23, 2012

    Online News July 23, 2012

    [Expreview.com] ASUS Dragon HD 7850 DirectCU II Graphics Card Review Introduction ASUS recently launched its new Dragon series graphics cards whose position is lower than the existing ROG series while higher than the ordinary DC II series. It’s noteworthy that  the Dragon series is only sold in China. According to ASUS, the Dragon series graphics […]

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  • Online News July 22, 2012

    Online News July 22, 2012

    [VR-Zone.com] Asus announces TF300T Jelly Bean update in the making vr-zone.com – Image: http://resources.vr-zone.net/uploads/16761/transformer-prime-announce-lead.jpg You might have paid for the pricey keyboard dock, and even a pouch or two, but there’s good news (cause it’s free). Asus will provide upgrades to Jelly Bean for their Transformer Pad… [Anandtech.com] Biostar TZ77XE4 Review: Dichotomy by Default Biostar […]

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  • Online News July 21, 2012

    Online News July 21, 2012

    [Expreview.com] MSI Readies Liquid-Cooled Radeon HD 7970 Graphics Card It seems that MSI is working on a liquid-cooled Radeon HD 7970 graphics card, as the company has teased the image on its Facebook page. In compliance with the source, the liquid-cooled Radeon HD 7970 card will be based on Tahiti XT 2 core. Judged from […]

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  • Online News July 20, 2012

    Online News July 20, 2012

    [Hardwarecanucks.com] In a Sluggish Quarter, AMD Manages to Post a Profit As the summer of silicon discontent drags on with weak earnings across the board for silicon companies, AMD has managed to remain profitable. While revenues continued to slip, AMD managed to bring in $37 million in profit on revenues, which dipped 11 percent from […]

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  • Online News July 19, 2012

    Online News July 19, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] Windows 8 Gets A Launch Date: October 26th Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/6101/Win8Logo.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/6101/windows-8-gets-a-launch-date-ocotober-26th) After previously announcing that Windows 8 would have a retail launch sometime in late October… [Expreview.com] Prolimatech Prepares Blue Version of Megahalems Rev. B CPU Cooler Prolimatech is preparing for the blue version of its Megahalems Rev. B CPU cooler, and some images […]

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  • Online News July 18, 2012

    Online News July 18, 2012

    [VR-Zone.com] Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler Review vr-zone.com – Image: http://assets.vr-zone.net/16661/05.png Undoubtedly, overclockers and hardcore hardware enthusiasts are the most demanding target group, especially when it comes to cooling, since they rarely settle for anything but the best. One of the most reputable CPU coolers among… [Techpowerup.com] (PR) Intel Reports Second-Quarter Revenue of $13.5 Billion Intel […]

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  • Online News July 17, 2012

    Online News July 17, 2012

    [Hardwarecanucks.com] Lenovo on Track to Becoming World’s Largest PC Maker The PC market is due for a reordering, according to one influential analyst quoted in Reuters. Frederick Wong, executive director of Hong Kong’s Avant Capital Management, believes that Lenovo will overtake Hewlett Packard this year as the world’s largest PC maker by sales. “It’s just […]

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