Toshiba Memory sale gets regulatory approval
From a company with form, too.
XPG Spectrix D80 RGB, specifically.
Not content with already improving the 4870, Sapphire has crammed 2GB of GDDR5 and a new cooler in just ahead of other ATI launches.
CeBIT 09: Biostar's next generation Intel P55 board claims the CPU will run DDR3-1333 - faster than Core i7 - but it'll also OC to 2,000MHz.
CeBIT 09: We check out G.Skill's new heatsinks (memory) cooling goodies and is it making a watch?
CeBIT 09: Corsair cases? TEC cooled memory? Crazy but cool comes to mind.
AMD announces that its first 40nm GPUs will be the Mobility Radeon HD 4830 and 4860, and promises that 40nm desktop GPUs will be announced soon.
We have just learned that Intel has filed suit against Nvidia, asking the court to make a declaratory judgement relating to two four-year old license agreements.
SanDisk has announced that it has perfected a 32nm die shrink that will allow for chips carrying 4GB of data each to be squeezed into a microSD card form factor.
G.Skill's 1,600MHz kit for Core i7 CPUs runs at a tidy 8-8-8-21 and includes a smart, G.Skill design on some dark blue heatspreaders. How does it compare to the more elaborate Corsair DHX+? Read on to find out.
With the first three places decided for the DHX+ mod competition, we've got our community involved to decide the fourth and final place.
Intel's new Core i7 processors have some massive memory bandwidth potential, but what betters performance - high clock or low latency? Also, do you need expensive triple channel memory or will dual or even single channel DDR3 do? Read on to find out.
Earlier in the week, we published the best games of the year and today it's time to look back at what's happened in the technology industry over the last year. Find out which products are the best of the year, and also which innovations have caught our eye during 2008.
We've got our third winner for the Mod of the Year competition, to reward those of you who took the time to vote. Check out if you won inside!