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Archive for October 17th, 2021

Nvidia report quarter one results

Nvidia's revenue for the first quarter is $1.15 billion, which is a 37% yearly rise, though a slight drop from quarter four's $1.20 billion.

AMD’s RV770 XT will sport GDDR5 memory

With launch still set for June, Fudzilla believe that the RV770 XT will offer both GDDR5 memory, and boast a 512-bit memory interface.

MSI prepares ultra low-cost desktop

MSI has broken into the low-cost desktop market before Asus, showcasing its new Titan 700 desktop, which measures 240 x 185 x 70mm.

Arctic Cooling launch Freezer 7 LP cooler

Arctic Cooling has introduced the new low-profile Freezer 7 LP CPU cooler, which is 53mm high. The cooler is aimed at the HTPC market.

Sony considering external PS3 hard drive

Sony Computer boss David Reeves has hinted to Eurogamer that the company may soon offer official external hard drives for the PS3.

OCZ expand Reaper HPC Series

OCZ has added two new additions to its Reaper HPC Series. Available in both 2GB and 4GB capacities, the kits are rated at PC3-14,400 and PC3-12,800.

Gran Turismo competition offers racing career

Gran Turismo freaks might like to know that an upcoming competition will allow one lucky player the chance to earn a real racing license, and take part in an endurance race in Dubai next year.

AMD positive about the future

Despite being "disappointed" with last year's financial results, AMD's CEO Hector Ruiz has assured shareholders that the company is on the right track.

Hitachi launch 320GB 7,200rpm notebook drive

Following Fujitsu's "world first" 320GB 7,200rpm notebook drive, Hitachi have plans of their own to release such a product, alias the Travelstar 7K320, retailing at $220.

Guitar Hero: On Tour arriving June 22nd

Not long after revealing the set-list, Activision execs have confirmed that the DS derivative of Guitar Hero will hit the market on June 22, coming in three different bundles.

Microsoft prepare Xbox 360 GPU shrink

Microsoft will reportedly shrink the Xbox 360's GPU to 65nm come August. Codenamed "Jasper", the chip will join the 65nm "Falcon" CPU's released back in September.

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