We have a little something for everyone today, starting with a look at how eight different video cards handle BioShock Infinite. Sticking with the video cards is a unique item from Diamond; an HD 7750 designed for multiple monitors in the office but could handle some light gaming. Next we have an OCZ Vertex 3.20 240GB SSD that uses 20nm flash instead of 25nm. There's another look at the AZiO Levetron Mech5 gaming keyboard with its unique features. We even have a pair of earphones from RHA that can also work on iPhones to place calls. Lastly there's a peak at what GlobalFoundries is up to on its processor roadmap and just where it's at on the 28nm and beyond process.
BioShock Infinite Video Card Performance and IQ @ [H]ardOCP
Diamond BizView 750 @ LanOC Reviews
OCZ Vertex 3.20 240GB SSD @ PC Perspective
AZiO KB775U Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews
RHA MA450i Earphones @ Think Computers
Where is all this process tech going? GLOBALFOUNDRIES: 2013 and Beyond @ PC Perspective