Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
Sapphire has not only added an excellent Vapor-X cooler to this Radeon HD 4870, but it has upped the memory from 1GB to 2GB. Does the extra RAM make a difference, and how effective is that cooler? Read on to find out.
Not content with already improving the 4870, Sapphire has crammed 2GB of GDDR5 and a new cooler in just ahead of other ATI launches.
Sapphire launched its ATI Radeon HD 4850 X2 a couple of months ago without official driver support from AMD. We're back today with a full review of the card now that drivers for the card are publicly available. Read on to find out how it stacks up against the competition.
The last few weeks have been full of blood, sweat and BIOS revisions in the bit-tech benchmarking sweatshop. We've been feverishly putting our new Core i7-based graphics card test systems together and now we're here to report how the graphics landscape is reforming itself.
The Radeon HD 4850 X2 has been strangely absent from AMD's line up ever since it was announced at the same time as the 4870 X2. Sapphire has come to market with a custom Radeon HD 4850 X2 and we take it for a quick test drive.
Is 2GB still enough? Does 4GB make that much difference? What about 8GB - will you ever fill it? We test a range of games and applications to see where today's memory footprint lies.
Corsair and Super Talent provide us with some super fast DDR3 running at a blistering 1,800MHz and 1,866MHz respectively. What can the ultimate memory give to your system? We find out.
COMPUTEX 2007: Corsair has broken through the 2GHz memory bus speed barrier with a pair of its latest Dominator-series DDR3 memory.
Looking for 2GB of fast DDR2 to stick in your Intel rig? SuperTalent, a new brand in enthusiast components, is upping the ante with its new T1000UX2G5 kit designed for overclocked Pentium 4s. Do the extra megahertz matter?
Looking for a RAM upgrade to get you some extra FPS in FEAR and Battlefield 2? Corsair have a new 2GB kit that's designed for the price-conscious enthusiast.
Rumours abound of higher capacity Shuffles, as major manufacturers ramp up production of Flash chips