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Archive for November 15th, 2018

Mythbusters end Nvision with a bang… literally

Those attending Nvision had been promised by Nvidia a "unique" performance by Mythbuster's Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, and boy did they deliver.




EVGA dropping prices for Labor Day promotion

EVGA are slashing the prices of its GeForce 6, 7, 8 and 9 series graphics cards and 680i motherboards by up to 60%, thanks to a Labor Day promotional offer.




IBM testing 4-terabyte solid-state drive tech

IBM is testing a 4-terabyte solid-state drive array targeted at enterprise users. The "screaming fast" setup could hit retail within 12 months, noted a spokesperson.




Nvidia to change materials used in G92 chips

Nvidia is changing the materials used in its G92 and G92b parts, which have recently been subject to widespread failures. The material changes are detailed here.




Nintendo raise yearly financial forecast by 11%

Nintendo has raised its half- and full-year revenue expectations to a respective $7.6 billion and $18 billion, which are a 9.2% and 11.1% rise from previous forecasts.




Longest Lan Party world record busted at Nvision

36 hours. That's the new world record for the longest Lan Party ever conducted. Set during the now concluded Nvision, gamers were allowed 10 minute breaks every hour.




Nvidia does have a Quick Path Interconnect license

Nvidia has obtained the QPI license required to produce chipsets for Intel's upcoming Bloomfield processors, according to an adamant company spokesperson.




AMD to launch 45nm Deneb CPU’s on January 8th?

AMD may launch its upcoming 45nm quad-core processors on the 8th of January next year, which happens to be the opening day of the Consumer Electronics Show.






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