Archive for September, 2019
Our daily Sampler of the latest and greatest reviews and happenings from around the tech world, keeping you informed and current.
Evercool is introducing four new CPU coolers, compatible with Socket 1366, and each specifically targeted to a different consumer set with varying needs.
VIA Technologies announced the first expansion HD module for the VIA EPIA-P710, the VIA P710-HD, for Pico-ITXe boards.
Western Digital announced that it has completed a $65 million cash acquisition of SiliconSystems Inc., a leading supplier of solid-state drives for the embedded systems market.
Starting off your week, we just published our latest review. Plus a look at what's happening in the tech world from the rest of the web.
A premium X58 motherboard for the diehard enthusiast.
AMD along with Havok, physics simulation and content development provider, are presenting new, optimized executions of Havok?s physics middleware on AMD platforms at the 2009 Game Developers Conference.
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) launched the X58B-A2 Black Series X58 motherboard, an affordable high-end product for overclockers.
As the weekend approaches, we take a look at what's happening from around the tech world, guaranteed to satisfy your appetite.
GlacialTech Inc is launching the latest 5610 Plus PWM CPU cooler and 5610 Plus Silent CPU Cooler, both Socket 1366 compatible.
Thermaltake has four new CPU coolers in the making, part of the series marked with "IGSC" in the model name, two of which support the LGA-1366 socket.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched the PC-C39 multimedia chassis, a low profile HTPC case designed to match in seamlessly with your home theater d?cor.
FileFront, one of the most popular download sites for PC games content, will be permanently shutting down next week, surrendering to the reality of the economic recession.
We just published our latest review, but what's happening in the rest of the tech world? Our Daily Sampler looks at Graphics Cards, Motherboards and Chipsets, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics.
A Phenom II x3 720 with all four cores enabled was able to break the 6GHz plateau on a Gigabyte 790FX-UD5P.