Arctic Cooling has unveiled yet another GPU cooler - the Accelero Twin Turbo. The dual-slot design accommodates a price of $35.
Expreview has gathered a photo of the somewhat forgotten 9800 GT. The board features the same 55nm G92b chip used in the 9800 GTX+.
A beta of the upcoming Catalyst 8.7 graphics drivers has been leaked prematurely. The drivers' fixes and refinements are still unknown.
OCZ has added to its Intel Extreme Series memory lineup four CL7 modules which are rated at PC3-1333 and PC3-1600.
Leadtek has joined partners including Inno3D on the 9800 GTX+ bandwagon, by announcing a new SKU. Leadtek's derivative features stock clocks.
It seems that the transition to the 16:9 aspect ratio is unstoppable, with a respective 90% and 67% of the notebook and desktop monitor market expected to adopt the ratio by 2010.
SentrySafe has launched the 250 GB version of its Fire-Safe waterproof hard drive, which can withstand 1500 degree F temperatures for 30 minutes.
Following its release yesterday, Sony has now "temporarily" taken PS3 firmware 2.40 offline, as it seems to be quite buggy.
Not taking kindly to AMD's RV770 core, Nvidia is reportedly going to shave a respective $30 and $90 off the GTX 260 and 280's price.
Mozilla's Guinness World Record for the most software downloads on a single day has now been confirmed, with a figure of 8,002,530.
More information regarding how the Eee PC 904 HD will stand-out from its peers has surfaced. Noted is that the "HD" suffix represents a HDD rather than a SSD.
Nvidia has lowered its second quarter financial forecast due to to slowing worldwide sales, and "significant quantities" of faulty notebook GPU's.
Those of you wishing to purchase either a Radeon HD 4870 or GeForce GTX 260 should have a look at TechReport's latest availability check.