A new website has been launched by NVIDIA called Made to Game. It teases an upcoming project that is said to be a brand new gaming platform. This new platform will be unveiled next week at an event in San Francisco.
BitFenix is introducing a brand new Micro-ATX case in AEGIS. This case was first shown at Computex and now it is here! The case will actually be available in 5 different colors, black, white, blue, yellow and red. While not only looking great this case packs in a ton of different features.
Thermaltake has just introduced a new fan series in their Riing 12 and Riing 14 LED Radiator Fan Series. These fans will be available in 4 different colors / LED styles and you have the choice of getting them in a 120 mm or 140 mm version.
In order to help people understand the level of processor performance and make an informed purchase decision based on their needs, Intel Atom processors will now be offered in three distinct brand levels in a good/better/best construct – the Intel Atom x3, x5 and x7 processors. This change will start with the next generation of processors. Intel Atom x3 processor provides basic, but genuine Intel-level tablet, phablet and smartphone performance.
It looks like NVIDIA is dominating the GPU market. According to the latest report from Jon Peddie Research (JPR) in Q3 of 2014 NVIDIA secured 76% of the GPU market share leaving AMD with just 24%. Both Matrox and S3 are now out of the game with Matrox losing its small 0.10% market share to NVIDIA.
ASUS today announced the world’s fastest and first complete line-up of SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 solutions, including range-wide motherboards with built-in USB 3.1 and two ASUS USB 3.1 Cards. The latter are the new PCI Express (PCIe) expansion card with either dual Type-A sockets or reversible Type-C, that fits quickly and easily to bring breakneck speeds to existing PCs.
The GeForce GTX 970 memory allocation issue just does not seem to go away for NVIDIA. Earlier this week a class action lawsuit was filed against NVIDIA for deceptive business practices and misleading advertising dealing with the GTX 970. Now Jen-Hsun CEO of NVIDIA has made an official statement on the NVIDIA blog.
For years many people have thought that getting a Mac would be the solution to hackers, viruses, spyware and much more. And for quite a while this was the case as many hackers did not waste their time with OS X. In recent years though Apple has seen a steady increase in Mac sales and pretty much dominates the over $1000 notebook range. Since these computers are priced higher it brings more attention from hackers and other shady parties. The latest report from GFI shows that Apple’s major operating system sits on top of the leaderboard when it comes to security vulnerabilities in 2014.
It looks like PC gamers will have to wait just a little bit longer for GTA V. Rockstar has pushed back the release of the game from March 24th to April 14th according a post on Rockstar’s Newswire. This will be the second delay in six weeks.
In this instance, the future may be now. Israeli company StoreDot is on the verge of bringing a brand new battery technology to the market. Based on nanodots made from the same peptide molecule that seems to be responsible for causing Alzheimer’s disease, this two nanometer (two billionths of a meter) crystal has an extremely high capacitance and the ability to hold an electrical charge. The result of the high capacitance is the ability to take and hold an electrical charge extremely quickly. StoreDot has developed this into a usable battery that can be charged empty to full in 60 seconds!
Feb 26, 2015 0
Feb 26, 2015 0