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3 PC panel prices to rise in July

PC panel prices to rise in July

Matthew Fogg | 4th July 2007

Prices for PC-use panels are estimated to rise in July, according to industry sources.

13 Tangible display makes 3D images touchable

Tangible display makes 3D images touchable

Matthew Fogg | 2nd July 2007

A system that makes three dimensional images solid enough to grasp has been unveiled by Japanese firm NTT

11 ASUS Release The PG221 LCD Monitor

ASUS Release The PG221 LCD Monitor

Matthew Fogg | 2nd July 2007

Asus launches new 22-inch gaming LCD

18 Mid-range 65nm 8800 due November

Mid-range 65nm 8800 due November

Jonathan Smith | 29th June 2007

NVIDIA are due to release a mid-range 8800 in November based on a smaller 65nm process.

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2 NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007

Hybrid SLI will be implemented on notebooks initially and then later into desktops.

8 NVIDIA Tesla - GPGPU

NVIDIA Tesla - GPGPU

Jonathan Smith | 23rd June 2007

NVIDIA reveals that it is not behind when it comes to general purpose GPU, or GPGPU, computing.

2 Nvidia to launch MCP 78

Nvidia to launch MCP 78

Matthew Fogg | 21st June 2007

Nvidia to launch MCP 78 chipset in October

4 Sapphire HD 2900 XT 512MB Price Drop

Sapphire HD 2900 XT 512MB Price Drop

Jonathan Smith | 18th June 2007

AMD must be feeling the heat and wanting to breat into the 8800 market. Badly...

1 First 1GB HD 2900XT Makes An Appearance

First 1GB HD 2900XT Makes An Appearance

Matthew Fogg | 14th June 2007

Diamond Multimedia Announces the World’s First 1GB Single GPU Consumer HD 2900XT Graphics Card.

2 New GeForce GPU for notebooks

New GeForce GPU for notebooks

Matthew Fogg | 13th June 2007

Nvidia announces the new GeForce GPU for notebooks

0 ATIs 55nm Next Gen GPUs

ATIs 55nm Next Gen GPUs

Matthew Fogg | 8th June 2007

55nm R680, RV660/670, RV635 & RV620 In Q4 2007

9 GeForce 8000 Series Price Cuts?

GeForce 8000 Series Price Cuts?

Matthew Fogg | 8th June 2007

According to the graphics card makers, NVIDIA may be cutting prices across the board soon and advising some of their partners to keep their inventory low.

3 AMDs Lasso Sneak Peek

AMDs Lasso Sneak Peek

Matthew Fogg | 7th June 2007

Check out AMD's external graphics soution codenamed: Lasso

4 Smallest High-Definition LCD TV

Smallest High-Definition LCD TV

Matthew Fogg | 6th June 2007

Xceive claims smallest high-definition LCD TV copy ready design

0 Galaxy Uprate 8600GTS

Galaxy Uprate 8600GTS

Jonathan Smith | 4th June 2007

Galaxy Technologies have decided to ditch the standard cooler on the 8600GTS replacing it with a superior one to provide a factory overclocked 8600 GTS

9 GeCube Gemini 3 - Dual 2600XT

GeCube Gemini 3 - Dual 2600XT

Jonathan Smith | 4th June 2007

Days after bringing you news of GeCubes 2600 line up we are able to show you a sneak peak of the dual 2600XT

0 GeCube first out with Radeon HD 2600XT

GeCube first out with Radeon HD 2600XT

Matthew Fogg | 31st May 2007

GeCube's HD 2600XT card is ready and it should be officially launched next week during Computex.

3 AMD/ATI Quad-CrossFire

AMD/ATI Quad-CrossFire

Matthew Fogg | 30th May 2007

AMD/ATI to bring Quad-CrossFire to the masses.

5 1GB GDDR4 Radeon HD 2900XT next month

1GB GDDR4 Radeon HD 2900XT next month

Matthew Fogg | 30th May 2007

Apparently the 1GB GDDR4 version of the Radeon HD 2900XT is going to be available from next month.

4 ASUS OCgear - Hardware Overclocking Control

ASUS OCgear - Hardware Overclocking Control

Jonathan Smith | 30th May 2007

The ASUS OCgear hardware overclocking control slots into a 5.25-inch drive bay in your case enabling, amongst other things, on the fly overclocking...

5 Worlds First Flexible OLED Display

Worlds First Flexible OLED Display

Matthew Fogg | 28th May 2007

Sony introduces world's first 16.7 million color flexible OLED display

11 R700 Supports DirectX 10.1

R700 Supports DirectX 10.1

Matthew Fogg | 21st May 2007

R700 multi-core marchitecture chip will support the next generation DirectX that some call DirectX 10.1.

3 Samsung, LG Philips Showcase More AMOLED Displays

Samsung, LG Philips Showcase More AMOLED Displays

Nick Sarpolis | 20th May 2007

Samsung and LG Phillips are working hard to bring new display technology to the market. Currently, they have been working on perfecting a technology called AMOLED, or active matrix organic light emitting diode. Read more inside..

11 ATI Radeon R600

ATI Radeon R600

EQUK | 16th May 2007

The long awaited and hugely anticipated ATI card is here. We have been given access to information and media documenting ATI's first DirecctX10 graphics card.

5 Sapphire has watercooled Radeon HD 2900XT

Sapphire has watercooled Radeon HD 2900XT

Matthew Fogg | 15th May 2007

SAPPHIRE Set to Turn your Whole System TOXIC

11 Asus Launch 2900XT with S.T.A.L.K.E.R. and Half Life 2 Black Box

Asus Launch 2900XT with S.T.A.L.K.E.R. and Half Life 2 Black Box

Matt Kemp | 14th May 2007

Following the release of the new 2900XT, Asus have announced a superb game bundle with their version of the 2900XT - the EAH2900XT

6 AMD Launches ATI Radeon HD Family

AMD Launches ATI Radeon HD Family

Matthew Fogg | 14th May 2007

AMD announces its long-awaited ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT, seven months after its initial launch date

10 NVIDIA Pushes Entry-Level Graphics Farther With 7200 GS

NVIDIA Pushes Entry-Level Graphics Farther With 7200 GS

Derrek Huey | 9th May 2007

NVIDIA has announced the release of their newest budget, entry-level GPU: the 7200 GS.

6 K|ngp|n Cranks Up an 8800 Ultra

K|ngp|n Cranks Up an 8800 Ultra

Matthew Fogg | 8th May 2007

K|ngp|n does it again...this time Nvidia 8800 Ultra style

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