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Gigabyte dresses up Sandy Bridge in gold, blue
IDF —Motherboard makers have, of course, been prepping for Intel's next-gen Sandy Bridge processors for some time now, and the folks at...
Via's Nano gets a DirectX 10.1 chipset
Ever since Via subsidiary S3 Graphics started rolling out DirectX 10.1-compliant Chrome graphics processors, we've been quietly wondering when the same technology would show...
More Nvidia Ion system designs appear at Computex
COMPUTEX — Ever since Nvidia formally launched its Ion chipset together with the Acer AspireRevo two months ago, it's been promising scores of additional...
P55 motherboards, Lynnfield info run loose at Computex
COMPUTEX — On Tuesday, we got to see Intel's upcoming Lynnfield processors in action. Since then, during our encounters with motherboard manufacturers, we've seen...
Abit intros GeForce 8200-based AMD motherboard
After MSI's seven-motherboard AMD 780-series chipset assault, Abit is retaliating with a single mobo based on the competing GeForce 8200 chipset from Nvidia. Dubbed...
|SilverStone Nitrogon NT08-115XP cooler fits in nearly any case||0|
|Samsung set to disable remaining Galaxy Note 7 handsets||9|
|Deals of the week: laptops and spinning storage||8|
|Qualcomm readies up 48-core Centriq 2400 ARM server chip||40|
|BitFenix Shogun chassis goes for internal and external coolness||3|
|AMD and Intel join forces for a bundle of hardware and games||53|
|Report: Samsung Galaxy S8 may go into full-screen mode||23|
|Gigabyte XK700 keyboard will challenge your limits||22|
|Microsoft and Intel set to bring AR to the people with Project Evo||10|
|The little 1.5-GHz Celeron isn't likely to set anyone's pants on fire with its performance. Not setting pants on fire can be a good thing you know. --...||+43|