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Austrian cooler company Noctua announced a new low-profile cooler designed for small form factor Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX computers as well as home theater PCs.
AMD confirmed that its next-generation Opteron processors and desktop APUs with the Piledriver core will include Cyclos Semiconductor's resonant clock mesh technology.
With the launch of both the HD 7900 and HD 7700 series, AMD is expected to release its HD 7800 series GPUs in March. Today, we get our first peek at the specifications of the HD 7850 and HD 7870.
Intel has revealed further details about its 22nm Ivy Bridge platform at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, which currently takes place in San Francisco.
With Ivy Bridge set to launch in just a few months' time (April), we are now learning a little more about the specifications for the upcoming Core i3 processors.
With Haswell set to release in 2013, we continue to learn more about Intel's new platform with leaked information on the Lynx Point chipset.
It is a small breather for the DRAM industry.
In a recently leaked roadmap on AMD's desktop product lineup in 2012, Trinity is set for the second quarter 2012.
Intel Haswell's iGPU set to support DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 3.2 and OpenCL 1.2
Nvidia's Kepler goes big with its 1536 CUDA cores, a vast improvement over the Fermi's 512 CUDA cores.
Antec has released two new Gaming Series cases in 2012, the Three Hundred Two in January and now the One PC Gaming case.
With AMD reportedly set to release its Radeon HD 7700 series next week, we get our first peek at the specifications of the HD 7770 and HD 7750.
Intel's tick-tock approach looks to be in full swing with Ivy Bridge in 2012 and Haswell planned for 2013.
Raspberry Pi co-creator David Braben said a "commercial" version of his credit card-sized computer will be launched in 3Q12. Updated with a response from Eben Upton.
AMD quietly released two additional socket FM1 CPUs that slot in between the Athlon II X4-651 and 631.
Leaked information has appeared on the internet with first detailed information on the upcoming Nvidia Kepler (GeForce 600) series graphics cards, which are set to release in April/May time frame.
In a leaked slide, we may have a reasonable picture of the pending launch dates for the Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs.
Shiny, new drivers for your Radeon HD GPU.
Other World Computing (OWC) has introduced two news SSDs in its lineup: the Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G series and 480 GB Mercury Aura Pro Express 6G.
Corsair quietly released its new individually sleeved modular cables for select Corsair PSU via a Facebook posting.
Intel has quietly added seven new Sandy Bridge processors in the i5 and Celeron M series.
Nvidia just released CUDA 4.1 Toolkit, which integrates, for the first time, the company's LLVM (Low Level Virtual Machine) compiler.
Red RAM so that your memory won't feel out of place in your enthusiast motherboard.
Genius announced a new wireless mouse that uses a gold-capacitor instead of a batter to hold an electrical charge.
Intel has announce its Performance Tuning Protection Plan for a worry free overclocking experience.
In a move to address AMD's Radeon HD 7970's performance, Nvidia looks to have pushed its scheduled release of the GTX 680 to February over from the previously planned March/April to go along with Ivy Bridge's...