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CES 2010, Wrap-Up: Zotac, OCZ, And SteelSeries

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January 11, 2010 6:36:59 PM

I am excited about this unnamed company's unnamed gpu
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January 12, 2010 2:57:11 AM

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It’s a great time to be a tech geek.

Can I hear an AMEN?
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January 12, 2010 4:43:45 AM

The Zotac mini ITX interests me. I'm all about getting something powerful AND portable.
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January 12, 2010 4:52:50 AM

"unnamed company getting ready to launch an unnamed GPU"

Normally we only have two companies to choose from. Is a third company about to make a debut? Inquiring minds want to know!!!
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January 12, 2010 2:10:50 PM

Does this board has a HDTV tuner? If it is intended for HTPC type application, it lacks a PCIe 1X slot for the tuner card. Or better yet, have the tuner feature build in just like the WiFi.
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January 12, 2010 8:59:02 PM

I hadn't even seen that Zotac board this year at CES! Good god, how could I miss it?

I imagine it may not be the most overclockable, the I've been dying to build a new LAN party rig (I haven't attended one with my own computer since 2007). Micro-ATX boards were just ok, but this, this is huge! I mean, tiny!

Wonder if there is an ITX case that can hold a 5870... or the new Fermi stuff once it hits...
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January 12, 2010 9:00:24 PM

Ugh, its only available in the UK so far.... wonder what the US retail cost will be?
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January 18, 2010 2:20:56 AM

"The company is moving to a larger driver (50mm versus 40mm) with a rated frequency response of 10 Hz-28 kHz. He reasons that precise imaging is increasingly important in certain types of gaming."

I refuse to deal with audio companies that even try to hint that 10-28 is better than 20-20 when that's the limits of perfect human hearing. Claiming otherwise shows they're out for money and not actual quality.
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