Gigabyte have posted their financial status for the first half of 2007. The company's current revenue is just under $400 million (USD) while profits for the first half are $22.3 million, 413% higher than this time last year. Analysts predict sales to rise 20% in Q3.
Motherboards.org have published a comparison between Intel's V8 and AMD's 4X4 platform. Intel's S5000Xvx board was fitted with two 3.0 GHz Xeon 5365's, while the ASUS L1N64-SLI WS ran alongside two FX74 CPU's also at 3.0 GHz.
We first heard about this card during this year's Computex. Called the GEMINI 2, it was essentially two GPU's on the one PCB. Today, the name has grown to the GEMINI 3 and it's now being shipped. The board features up to 1GB of memory and each core runs at 800MHz.
Commonly known for their memory, OCZ have announced a new CPU cooler, the Vanquisher. The Vanquisher's 92mm fan operates between 800 and 2000 RPM. Compatible with socket 754, 939, AM2 and LGA775, the cooler combines heatpipes and a tower style design.
No, that heading isn't a mistake - the words Foxconn and enthusiast are meant to be in the one sentence. Foxconn's first real attempt at an overclockers board is the first of the Quantum Force series. Based on the P35 chipset, the board's BIOS is quite interesting...
While the vast majority of PS3's are decomposing on shelves, Sony's older PS2 isn't really helping. As DailyTech report, a white PS2 bundled with 'SingStar Pop' and two USB microphones will arrive in November.
Recently there have been a lot of stories floating about saying that Nvidia's upcoming G92 is a mid-range chip (including ours). Today, The Inquirer think otherwise and beleive that the "rumour is nothing else but a bit of good old FUD."