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Archive for April 23rd, 2018

Another 8800 GT review: beats GTX at lower resolutions

Another 8800 GT review has popped up on the net, this time over at VR-Zone. As already seen, the GT is a bomb ready to go off (metaphorically speaking, of course). In general, the GT beats the GTX at lower resolutions (say 1920x1200) - while it remains a mere 230 points behind the GTX in 3Dmark 06. Over in 3Dmark 05 land is another story though, as the GT tops the not-so-almighty GTX by a good 900 points.




SLI doesn’t work in Crysis… yet

While the demo has only been out for a few days, it appears that the game’s current state doesn’t support SLI. Don’t worry though, as according Nvidia – “although SLI is not supported in the demo, the final Crysis game with a patch will provide full SLI support.” I’m sure that’s a relief for many of you, although it would have been nice for the demo to fully take advantage of all your hungry SLI setups out there.



Diamond mix ‘n match Crossfire with “xDNA”

Diamond are no stranger when it comes to standing out from the crowd. They've apparently developed a technology to allow Crossfire on any two Diamond cards, on any motherboard - whether it be Nvidia or not. "Diamond?s xDNA eclipses the demands of the performance hungry HD gaming desktop by providing fully optimized drivers and middleware."




Leopard unveiled: goes head-to-head against Vista

Apple has just rolled out the sixth major release of the Mac OS X operating system. Leopard, or OS X v10.5, is Tiger's successor, and features over 300 new features and enhancements (or so Apple claim). Among the new features are an improved desktop interface and "The Time Machine." For a clearer explanation, and screenies, PC World have a slide show covering the goodies.






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