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Archive for August 19th, 2018

Futuremark launches 3DMark bang for the buck meter

Futuremark have announced a full release of the 'Price and Performance Information Page.' It is available at YouGamers.com, this service gives you the information which tells you what components are the best bang for the buck.




Radeon HD 3870 X2 tested in Crossfire

We've already seen various reviews published around the net of the HD 3870 X2, though none of them tested the board in Crossfire. TomsHardware China has now done so, though before I say anything else, it should be noted that the drivers do not fully support Quad-Crossfire at the present time, so the following benchmarks are for kicks only. Nevertheless, the setup scored 20,687 in 3DMark 05 (1024x768), and 16,595 in 06 (1280x1024).




Sparkle unveil Calibre 8800 GT with LCD display

The Calibre P888+ isn't the first board from Sparkle to include their GPD2 daughter display - which shows temperatures, voltages and fan speeds etc - as they also recently unveiled a similar 8600 GTS. The screen isn't the board's only selling point though, as it also includes a heatpipe-based cooler with two 80mm fans (resulting in a dual-slot design). The card is factory overclocked to 675MHz/1000MHz, with the shaders operating at 1728Mhz.




Microsoft reports record Q4 results

Microsoft has just recorded a revenue of $16.37 billion, a record for the company, and 30% higher than this time last year. Their operating income of $6.48 billion has also substantially risen, this time by 87%. The company note that the revenue exceeds their previous record by $2 billion. Microsoft expects that in quarter one, their revenue will be around $14.3 billion to $14.6 billion, while operating income is expected to be around $5.6 billion to $5.7 billion.






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