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NVIDIA’s Dual-GPU GeForce GTX 595 Pictured

11/22/2010, The first dual-chip GeForce 500 graphics card from NVIDIA has been sighted online, rumored to be the GeForce GT 595, a high-end, single-board card with two Fermi GPUs. Technical specifications are still elusive, but it’s believed that the card will...

Geforce GTX 580: the fastest DX11 GPU

11/09/2010, Here it is… the fastest DX11 graphics processor NVIDIA has finally announced its GeForce GTX 580, its newest high-end GPU that is built for DirectX 11 graphics performance dominance. And what DX11 really means, is “tessellation” (the...

NVIDIA Site Accidentally Confirms GeForce GTX 580 Graphics Card

10/24/2010, Whispers of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 580 have been going around for some time now and a slip-up by the company itself highlights the existence of such a card. The little blip resulted in the GeForce GTX 580 being included on the list of graphics...

NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M leaked in notebook specs

08/20/2010, While the NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M has yet to be announced on an official basis, it has apparently leaked out in an ad that featured a 17-inch Asus notebook. Of course, there are different mentions of it running on a DirectX 10 chip, which could imply it as...

New MacBook Goes Live On Apple’s Online Store

05/18/2010, Looks like the leaks were accurate, as Apple has just refreshed its white plastic MacBook, bumping the processor speed to 2.4Ghz, a slight increase for the original 2.26GHz. The graphics grunt has also been upgraded to the NVIDIA GeForce 320M from the...

Macbook Pro: GeForce 330M Always On in Windows 7

04/16/2010, It looks like the Macbook Pro battery life “curse” under Windows is still haunting us, even with the most recent hardware release. The 2009 Macbook Pro had power management issues with the display (too bright) and the keyboard backlight...

Apple Officially Announces The New Core i5 And i7 MacBook Pros

04/13/2010, Leaks about the updated MacBook Pro (MBP) have been floating around a lot recently, and now it’s finally official! At a glance, the most obvious upgrades would be the Intel Core i5 processor option on the 15 and 17-inch MacBook Pros, and the Core i7...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 in the works

04/08/2010, Word has it that NVIDIA is working on its DirectX 11 compatible GeForce GTX 460 graphics card that will be based on the Fermi architecture. As you can tell by its model number alone, this won’t be as powerful a performer as the GTX 470 although that...

Sony Vaio Z Review

04/02/2010, The Vaio Z Series has been re-introduced by Sony at CES 2010 to spearhead its laptop line-up. It is supposed to be the best Sony can offer. It blends raw power and ultra portability in a good looking shell that encompasses a carved aluminum core. In 2010,...

NVIDIA GeForce 205 Launched

11/27/2009, NVIDIA has just announced its NVIDIA GeForce 205 low-end graphic card which sports 8 stream processors (high-end cards have 240 or more). This card will probably be fairly suitable for folks who want to build a (very) simple computer, but with some basic...

CoolIT ‘maintenance free’ liquid-cooled GPUs

08/04/2009, BFG Technologies has released a “maintenance-free” liquid cooling solutions for GeForce GTX 285 and GTX 295 graphics cards. Many existing liquid-cooling solutions are a hassle to deal with because the user has to assemble the kit and fill it...

Maingear unveils its dual-GPU eX-L18 gaming laptop

07/23/2009, We don’t keep track of all the gaming laptops out there, but we know that Maingear has launched the 18.4″ eX-L 18 gaming laptop today. Most of its power comes from the dual GeForce GTX 280M setup that should let gamers use the highest...