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Asus has exercised the trend of equipping entry-level graphics cards with overkill amounts of memory, launching a 9400 GT 1GB. Expect availability later this month.
Nvidia has been hit by a second lawsuit over its recent mobile GPU failure woes, which have already cost the company some $200 million. DailyTech have the low-down.
The set list for Guitar Hero: World Tour has been leaked, and our eagle-eyed friends over at Bit-tech have gathered all 86 songs. Coldplay and Sting are among the artists.
After "careful consideration", Electronic Arts has terminated merger discussions with rival company Take-Two Interactive, announced the company on Sunday. More here.
Corsair has rather quietly upped the ante once again with the launch of its biggest flash drive yet, alias the 64GB Flash Voyager. The water-resistant drive can be had for $205.
Intel plans to expand its entry-level 45nm segment with the addition of the 2.8GHz Core 2 Duo E7400. An October 19th launch date and a $133 price are noted.
As hinted at late last week, Intel has launched its six- and four-core Dunnington lineup, which reside under the Xeon 7400 branding. Clock speeds peak at 2.66GHz.
According to DigiTimes, graphics card makers are concerned that the faster 216 shader GTX 260 could cause overstock problems for its older, slower sibling.
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