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ASUS AT5IONT-I Review

If for some reason you don't quite like AMD and its Fusion APU, how about this dual-core hyper-threaded Intel Atom solution with NVIDIA ION graphics onboard? We pit the ASUS AT5IONT-I against the E35M1-I DELUXE for some Mini-ITX action! (more…)

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Revised GeForce GTX 590 Cards In June

  Remember the horror of GeForce GTX 590 going up in smoke while benching? Well, apparently NVIDIA has found a way to solve this issue completely without doing a quick fix through the drivers. The solution :  a much needed hardware fix where the new inductors are added to the card. However,

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NVIDIA To Launch Desktop Optimus / Synergy at COMPUTEX

NVIDIA plans to launch their Desktop Optimus a.k.a Synergy at COMPUTEX Taipei this coming June and the best thing is that it is available freely and no license agreement is needed. This technology works pretty much similar to LucidLogix's Virtu where it allows dynamic swapping between iGPU and dGPU based

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NVIDIA GeForce R270 Drivers Available For Download

NVIDIA today has finally released the first set of drivers from R270 branch which is version 270.51. It boasts numerous, notable performance gains in standard gaming modes, SLI gaming modes, and 3D Vision gaming modes. Games such as Dragon Age II is notably faster in GTX 580 SLI config while others

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GeForce GTX 590 Goes Up In Smoke

Sweclockers has discovered that when using the supposingly press driver for GeForce GTX 590, the card overheats and burns during a 3DMark11 run at a slightly overclocked and overvolted condition. This certainly got NVIDIA scrambling to come up with a new driver revision just a day before launch. More juicy info

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Lightning strikes twice: MSI launches N580GTX Lightning and R6970 Lightning graphics cards

MSI has unveiled its two flagship graphics cards, the N580GTX Lightning and the R6970 Lightning, based on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 and AMD Radeon HD 6970 respectively. These cards are specifically designed to handle extreme overclocking under the hands of world-renowed overclockers and enthusiasts. The N580GTX Lightning can break the 1GHz

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