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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...

NVIDIA Releases New Laptop GPUS

06/15/2009, In anticipation of Windows 7, NVIDIA has updated its family of GeForce Mobile GPUs with five DirectX 10.1-capable chips. As you can guess, it’s the same semi-conductor story that everyone loves: these chips are smaller (40nm), faster, consume less...

Asus Mars Graphics Card Features Two GPUs, Is Enormous

05/28/2009, The Asus Mars graphics card packs two GPU on two distinct PCB boards talking to each other via a bridge chip. Of course, the first interesting point is how the cooling has been designed. It’s quite a visually impressive graphics solution. As for...

NVIDIA Releases First Stereo 3D Drivers for Windows 7

05/14/2009, NVIDIA just announced its 3D Vision 1.08 driver kit that works in conjunction of the GeForce driver 185.85 + 3D Vision driver 185.85. Wow, I miss the days of unified drivers… The good news is that Vista32 and Vista64 are supported, so power users...