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Archive for October, 2016

Nintendo preparing to launch new DS, apparently

The rumor mill is churning away in overtime with reports of a new Nintendo DS on the horizon. Improved wireless capabilities, a camera and music player are on the agenda.

Early HD 4830 performance numbers emerge

We now have a rather poorly made AMD slide at hand demonstrating the upcoming HD 4830's performance, courtesy of VR-Zone. The 9800 GT is the board's main rival.

216-shader GTX 260 and HD 4870 1GB compared

It dawned on me today that we're yet to link to a 216-shader GTX 260 and Radeon HD 4870 comparison. Well rest assured, because Guru3D have an article which should satisfy.

Call of Duty: World at War system requirements surface

With the fifth installment in the Call of Duty franchise mounting up, the minimum system requirements to run World at War have emerged. Bit-tech have the details.

PureOC Folding: help us break into the top 700 teams

On a day where news ceases to exist, why not help our Folding team gain extra momentum and break into the top 700 teams. It's free, simple and runs in the background.

Gigabyte has no price cuts planned, unlike Asus

Gigabyte has no plans of following in the price-cutting footsteps of rival Asus, according to DigiTimes. Gigabyte will instead attract customers by the "quality" of its products.

Dell to use LED backlighting in all notebooks by 2010

Dell has hopes of transitioning all of its notebooks to an LED backlit display by 2010. The move will aid the PC giant in becoming the world's "greenest" technology company.

Palit Radeon HD 4850 Sonic review is now live

Palit completed the Sonic circle just a few days ago, launching its HD 4870 Sonic Dual Edition. Today, we've taken a close look at its little brother, the HD 4850 Sonic.


Palit Radeon 4850 Sonic

Can the Sonic rise to the challenge in a very competitive market segment?

Safari 4 beta completes the Acid 3 test, successfully

Apple's latest Webkit rendering engine has steered the Safari 4 beta to fully passing the Acid 3 test, which is becoming the industry standard for testing web, err... standards.

Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha kills Intel’s network cards

If you rely on an Intel network card for day to day activities, then steer clear of the latest Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha, which corrupts the card's NVRAM used to store MAC addresses.

Adobe’s After Effects CS4 – the latest to be reviewed

Not to be left out, After Effects CS4 - Adobe's flagship visual effects and motion graphics software - is the latest to be detailed by the folks over at PC World.

Asus outsource X-series notebook production

Asus has outsourced the production of its upcoming X-series notebooks to Foxconn. As DigiTimes detail, Foxconn will be producing over 40,000 Asus notebooks each month.

Leaked slide reveals MSI’s X58 motherboard lineup

MSI has spilled the beans on its X58 motherboard lineup, unintentionally of course. The X58 Platinum, X58 Eclipse and one final unnamed X58 variant will make up the lineup.

Nvidia settle GPU price fixing class action case

The class action against Nvidia suggesting that it colluded with AMD to fix GPU prices is nearing an end. As Custom PC report, Nvidia will be paying its way out of this mess.

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