American multinational semiconductor company, AMD, has earlier announced that the supposed-to-be launch of their new Radeon R9 290 graphics boards last October 31 will be moved to today, November 4, due to unexpected driver issues.
Their spokesperson has confirmed than an unnamed driver issue has plagued their latest graphics boards and caused the delay. AMD was said to have done a retest ...
Posted on November 04, 2013 | Tags: Advanced Micro Devices
, computer hardware
, graphics boards
, graphics card
, R9 290
, Radeon R9 290
Uglier, But Better than the Original
Thermaltakeâ€™s original Level 10 chassis was a remarkable collaboration with BMW DesignWorks in which the companies fundamentally restructured the PC chassis into a series of isolated compartments suspended from a central load-bearing wall. It was stunning, cost $800, and wasnâ€™t actually that practical to use. With the Level 10 GT, Thermaltake has taken the basic look ...
Posted on June 23, 2011 | Tags: 2011
, August 2011
, From the Magazine
, thermaltake level 10 gt
Last month, Intel increased the warranty period on solid-state drives in its SSD 320 range from the original three years to five years, making them the first consumer SSDs to have such a long warranty period. Now, Woodstock, Illinois-based Other World Computing (OWC) has taken a leaf out of Intelâ€™s book and extended the warranty on its Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSD line to five years. According to OWC, this move has made it â€œthe industryâ€™s first SandForce processor-based 6Gb/s SATA ...
Posted on June 07, 2011 | Tags: Build a PC
, sata iii
, solid state drive
Hannspree has a line of interesting products that it peddles in the UK for fans of computers. I always get a kick out of digital photo frames and computer displays that are inside stuffed animals or look like sports balls. The latest product to land for Hannspree is a new AIO computer called the SN22A1. This computer is a 21.5-inch screen ...
Worldâ€™s Smallest Transistor (2nm in size) developed by joint research of South Korean, Japanese and British scientists. Logic gates on Processors are created using Trasistors. And more the number of transistors present on the processor, more is the performance gain of the system. So, Scientists are always trying their level best to reduce the size of transistors to make them as ...
You might think yourself too grown-up to be wowed by shiny, glittery things, but we doubt many will be able to watch NVIDIA's new Glow Ball tech demo without a smidgen of childlike glee. Built to run on the company's quad-core Kal-El processor, it shows us the first example of true dynamic lighting on mobile devices and also throws in some ...
Posted on May 30, 2011 | Tags: advanced
, Computex 2011
, dynamic lighting
, glow ball
, mobile graphics
, nvidia tegra
, quad core
, tegra 3
, tegra zone
An allegedly leaked slide from an in-house Asus presentation appears to detail the specifications of AMD's forthcoming Bulldozer line-up of CPUs.
The slide recently appeared on the ZOL forums, and has a number of figures erased from it, including the clock speeds. This was apparently carried out in order to protect the anonymity of the person who leaked the slide.
However, the slide's remaining information confirms that both the top-end Bulldozer chips, the FX-8130P and the FX-8110, will feature eight cores. According to ...