Saturday Shortbread

— 11:26 PM on October 3, 2009


  1. AMD: Nvidia PhysX will be irrelevant
  2. VR-Zone provides update on AMD / Nvidia anti-aliasing / PhysX controversy
  3. Fudzilla reports Nvidia plans 3 Fermi cards at launch
    and Nvidia faces overall shortage of GT200 products
  4. NordicHardware reports next generation Radeon chips slated for Q3 2010
  5. Hardware-Infos on Nvidia's GF100: 128 TMUs and 48 ROPs (in German)
  6. FiringSquad does Radeon HD 5850 / 5870 availability check
  7. TG Daily reports chips showed stronger sales in August
  8. Sharky Extreme on weekly CPU prices
  9. The MSI GT640: A game changing evolution
  10. DailyTech reports Samsung confirms 32nm flash problems, working on new SSD controller
  11. VR-Zone reports TDK creates 320GB disc Using Blu-ray technology
  12. Microsoft Bing's biggest enemy in search wars (hint: not Google, exactly)
  13. Despite criticism, ESPN360 broadband model spreads
  14. Apple wants patents for crippling software
  15. Schmidt: Google-Apple board member should stay put
  16. AppleInsider reports Psystar counsel resigns from defense team in Apple suit
  17. Eleven years of Google: A look back
  18. Sure IBM is smaller. So what?
  19. APH Networks "Moment Revolution" contest

  1. VR-Zone: Google Chrome OS in the Loongson CPU-powered netbook?
  2. Red Hat takes software patents to Supreme Court
  3. C|Net reports WebOS 1.2.1 fixes Palm Pre iTunes syncing
  4. Scrutinizing the U.S. smartphone OS landscape
  5. Why Google Chrome Frame makes Mozilla Firefox folks uneasy
  6. C|Net reports Google Chrome gains Native Client muscle
  7. Microsoft System Center team primes the beta pump
  8. U.S. seeks warning label for P2P software
  9. Jon Skeet: MVP no more

  1. Fudzilla reports Nvidia talks Batman and anti-aliasing
  2. Left 4 Dead 2 level designer Kim Swift video interview
  3. Ars Technica reports starts selling used games, but doesn't buy them
  4. Shacknews: Borderlands PC system requirements released, Steam pre-order
    knocks $5 off and Battlefield 1943 PC priced, pre-orders begin and
    Left 4 Dead 2 pre-orders get 10% off
  5. The latest on Empire: Total War's 1.5 patch
  6. Steam news: Audiosurf update released
  7. Shacknews on video games to be released next week
  8. Legendary Pictures renames film to Warcraft: The Rise of the Lich King?

  1. TestFreaks review iBuyPower Corei5 system
  2. I4U reviews Gateway NV5214u multimedia notebook
  3. PCStats reviews Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P
  4. Rbmods on ASRock M3A785GMH/128M
  5. HardwareOC reviews Asus Maximus III Formula (in German)
  6. Technic3D reviews 4GB G.Skill RipJaws DDR3-1600 memory kit
Graphics, power, cases, and cooling

  1. HotHardware on GPU technology: Nvidia talks Fermi, unveils Nexus
  2. HardwareZone covers the GPU Tech Conference show floor and
    reports GPUs to revitalize 3D movies and audio processing industries
  3. lab501's Radeon HD 5870 multi-card scaling - 1,2,3 & 4 cards (in Romanian)
  4. InsideHW reviews AMD Radeon HD 5850
  5. Hardware Bistro reviews Aerocool V12Xt-800 PSU
  6. Hardware Secrets reviews 800W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
  7. Modders-Inc reviews Cooler Master SNA95 PSU
  8. Legit Reviews on ABS Tigas case
  9. TestSeek Labs review Nox IT'X Fantastic Mini-ITX case
  10. ThinkComputers reviews NZXT Sentry 2 fan controller
  11. FrostyTech reviews Thermaltake SpinQ heatsink
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