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Archive for February 24th, 2021

DreamWorks and Paramount now HD DVD exclusive

Two of the biggest names in the animation and movie industry have announced that they plan to release their next-generation DVD titles exclusively on the HD DVD format. How this will affect Blu-Ray is a worrying thought...

New graphic card manufacturer born

Meet Vvikoo (that's a name that's hard to forget - if you could say it...), the newest graphics card manufacturer. Based in France, the company deal in both AMD and Nvidia based cards and already have some interesting products on their site.

Asus gears up for X38 Express launch

Along with MSI, Asus has shown off their next generation X38 board. Dubbed the P5E3 Deluxe, the board only supports DDR3 memory and all socket 775 CPU's including Penryn.

Microsoft confirms Xbox 360 price cut

Effective on August 24, the Xbox 360 console will be the victim of price drops. The Premium bundle will be reduced to ?249.99, Core ?179.99 and the Elite will have an estimated retail price of ?299.99.

AMD, Nvidia release new drivers intended for BioShock

If you're after a copy of the BioShock demo, you might want to head over and download the latest Catalyst and Forceware drivers. Catalyst 7.9 and ForceWare 163.44 (BETA) are available for all the usual OS's.

Early G92 information surfaces

Blurry details of Nvidia's next-gen G92 GPU have been leaked through German site TweakPC. To reportedly arrive by Christmas, the G92 is said to have 1024MB of GDDR4 (512-bit) memory and 1 billion transistors.

AMD silently launches X2 6400+ “Black Edition”

AMD have silently launched their Athlon X2 6400+ "Black Edition" with 3.2GHz clock speeds, 2MB L2 Cache and a TDP of 125W. AMD have decided to not give out any review samples as they don't want to advertise the chip's performance.

MSI prepares X38 Diamond motherboard

As the launch of Intel's new flagship X38 chipset nears, MSI have revealed some new details about their new X38 Diamond motherboard including both DDR3 and DDR2 support.

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