Archive for October, 2019
Can the performance of these modules match their sleek look?
Starting off the week, we just published our latest review, plus, our Daily Sampler brings you the latest reviews from around the tech world.
Can this unit bring water cooling to the mainstream masses?
Working well to keep your chipset temperatures low?
As the weekend approaches, we take a look at what's happening from around the tech world, guaranteed to satisfy your appetite.
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Memory-module maker Kingston Technology is looking to enter the solid-state drive (SSD) market by January 2009, via a co-branding partnership with Intel, the company has revealed.
According to various sources, ATI's RV740 is now taped out at 40nm, and is rumoured to hit the street at $100.
ABIT, a popular motherboard manufacturer on the downhill slide and its former glory days long gone, announced it will be shutting down operations in 2 weeks.
EVGA has quietly started shipments of graphics boards powered by GeForce GTX 260 chips made using 55nm process technology. The new chip is cheaper to manufacture and also consumes less power.
Rahul Sood, founder of the uber high-end boutique PC builder, Voodoo PC, has written that the gaming PC as we know it is doomed.
The ASUS Triton 88 CPU cooler is the latest product gearing up to cool down the Core i7 chips, set to be released in the coming days ahead.
Our daily Sampler of the latest and greatest reviews and happenings from around the tech world, keeping you informed and current.
Patriot today announced an improved version of their Warp Solid State Drive (SSD) with increased capacity of 256GB, and read/write speeds up to 240MB/160MB per second.
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), today releases the A790GXM-AD3 Black Series motherboard disclosing the extraordinary gaming performance of AMD's latest Dragon platform.