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Archive for July, 2020

Forceware 158.19 released

Nvidia have just rolled out Forceware 158.19 with added support for the GeForce 8600 GTS, 8600 GT, 8500 GT, 8400 GS, 8300 GS GPUs.

NVIDIA GeForce 8600 reviews

Here's a vast array of 8600 reviews for you to sink your teeth into. We'll have ours online shortly, so keep your eyes peeled. 

Foxconn announce 8600, 8500 series cards

Later today we'll have a comprehensive review of the 8600 GTS to let you know exactly how good (or bad!) it is, but for now it's press release time!

SuperPI 1MB pushed below 9 seconds

A group of Italian overclockers have managed to break the 9 second barrier in SuperPI 1MB.

Hardware review roundup [17-04-07]

Latest array of motherboard, video card, cooling, power supply and peripheral reviews from around the web.

Core 2 Extreme QX6850 coming?

Word has arisen that in the 3rd quarter, Intel will be shipping it's Core 2 Extreme QX6850 processor.

Adobe announces “Media Player”

Adobe have announced that they will be adding a new recruit to its ever growing line of applications

NVIDIA GeForce 8500, 8600 details

Tomorrow you'll see a massive flurry of 8600 series reviews, until then you can at least take a look at the hard specs.

6GB WIFI IPods in the works?

Apple's Ipod has been pushed into a corner by Microsoft's Zune and Sandisk's Sansa Connect, so a refresh is in order.

Hardware review roundup [14-04-07]

All the latest hardware reviews from around the web.

Crytek release new Crysis footage

Last month at the Game Developer's Conference, German game development studio Crytek have put together a video showing off its CryEngine 2 used in the upcoming shooter Crysis.

Windows XP, gone by year’s end

Word has come in that all OEM copies of Windows XP will be extinct by early January.

More R600 pictures emerge

HardOCP have snatched a few more photos of the R600 from a Chinese hardware site.

Sony to discontinue affordable PS3

Sony Computer Entertainment America have made it clear they will be discontinuing the cheaper PS3 model in North America.

DDR3 delays due to shortages

The move to DDR3 memory has hit a problem due to supply issues along with slower than expected, reasonably prices modules.

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