Following the creation of Palit's triple-slot "Revolution 700 Deluxe" HD 4870 X2 (which has been a hot topic in our forum), it seems that subsidiary Gainward has a version of its own.
The launch of Intel's Core i7 processors bring with it a range of new motherboards and, as sometimes forgotten, memory kits. i4memory.com has now listed what's on offer.
Intel will phase-out its Q9450, E8200 and E8190 on January 9th next year, according to TGDaily. Seven 65nm CPU's - including the E6850 - will also get the boot at this time.
Saitek's Eclipse III backlit keyboard has surfaced for pre-order on Amazon. With a price of $79, the site note that shipping will occur within 2-5 weeks. More info here.
AMD will roll-out its first 45nm Phenom chips this month, if a report by DigiTimes is any indication. The Phenom X4 20550 and 20350 are clocked at 3GHz and 2.8GHz, respectively.
Google has abandoned its advertising partnership with Yahoo, following the U.S. Justice Department's vow to "preserve competition" in the online advertising market.
While a hazy "November" is all Intel has to say regarding Core i7's availability, TechReport have attempted to narrow things down claiming that November 17th is the aim.
The pairing of VIA's C7 and Nano processors with Nvidia's MCP79 chipset (which features the GeForce 9300M GPU) have fallen through, according to DigiTimes. More here.
Our recent Wednesday Sampler was filled with reviews of Sapphire's HD 4850 X2, just in case you missed it (in which case you should head here and look forward to a night's reading).
While America and Europe will have to wait until next year to get their hands on the new DSi, its weekend launch in Japan saw sales pass 170,000 within the first 48 hours.
Owners of Seagate's ambitious 1.5TB Barracuda 7200.11 drives are complaining of long random freezes under the Linux, Mac OS X and Vista operating systems. TR have the low-down.
Hot on the heels of our recent NZXT Guardian 921 review, our labs have been home to Lian Li's PC-7FW. Can it live up to the high standard in which we've come to expect from Lian Li?