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Archive for August 14th, 2018

PowerColor HD 4870 PCS OC pictured, detailed

Our colleagues over at PCGamesHardware are the first to get a glimpse of PowerColor's overclocked HD 4870 PCS edition with 1GB of GDDR5 memory.




Acer Aspire One pictured in two new colors

Fudzilla has scored some exclusive pictures of a brown and pink Acer Aspire One in action. A pricing premium over the earlier white and blue models isn't expected.




Foxconn’s Blackops X48 motherboard reviewed

Foxconn's attention seeking Blackops X48-based motherboard has been reviewed over at Hardware-Test.dk. There's not much to complain about here, folks.




Intel slash 45nm dual-core pricing, and Q6600

Intel has has cut the pricing of its E8500, E8400 and E7200 to a respective $183, $163 and $113. What's more is that Q6600 is now available for $193.




OCZ’s Core-series compared to VelociRaptor

HotHardware has compared OCZ's new Core solid-state drive with the extremely popular Western Digital VelociRaptor. Things are looking promising so far.




Windows Vista license sales surpass 180 million

Microsoft has reportedly sold 180 million Windows Vista licenses since its launch early last year. This translates into roughly 40 million copies since early May.




Asus Eee PC 1000H pricing plummets by $100

Having been on the US market for one week, pricing for the Eee PC 1000H has been slashed by $100 to $549. MSI’s Wind U100 can be had for $499, though.



Futuremark bans GPU accelerated physics

Futuremark has banned all 3DMark Vantage scores submitted using Nvidia's GPU-accelerated physics. This follows claims of cheating and modifying files.




Sparkle announce two PCI 8400GS cards

Following in Albatron's footsteps, Sparkle has announced the addition of two PCI 8400GS cards (which differentiate themselves through cooling solutions).






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