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News Archives for March 2011

Greenliant Samples Industrial-Grade NANDrive Embedded SSDs

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 12:31AM
Author: premiumgfx

Greenliant has started sampling the industrial-grade variant of its NANDrive GLS85LS embedded solid state drive (SSD) series. The latest NANDrive SSDs are designed to operate at temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C, suiting demanding industrial applications. The NANDrive packs a SATA NAND controller and SLC NAND flash memory chips in a compact design, measuring 14mmx24mmx1.85mm, making it one of the industry's smallest SSDs

Bing Yeh, CEO of Greenliant Systems said that "Designers of industrial electronics are concerned about the lifetime of their products and how changes in technology will affect those products. NANDrive is an integrated SSD that addresses these concerns with robust wear leveling technology and advanced error correction code (ECC) algorithms. It extends the NAND flash lifetime and gives customers added protection against NAND flash supply issues."

The new NANDrives use a SATA interface, offering speeds of up to 39MB/s (write) and 50MB/s (read). The Industrial NANDrive variants will be available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities. Greenliant is currently sampling the Industrial NANDrives to select customers.


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Hardware Roundup: Tuesday Edition

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 06:16AM
Author: Nemo

If you have been contemplating putting together a new system based on Intel's Sandy Bridge platform you've come to the right place. In our roundup today we have a review covering three Sandy Bridge boards from ECS. We also have a look at the Intel Core i7 2600K processor. We also get the opportunity to check out the Virtu virtualization software from Lucid that enables you to use both the Sandy Bridge integrated GPU and a discrete graphics card. We have more reviews covering cooling, power supplies, speakers and more that you can find by using the links posted below.

Cooling
Antec KÜHLER H2O 620 Liquid Cooling CPU Cooler @ TweakTown

CPUs
Intel I7-2600K Sandybridge @ Tweaknews

Motherboards
ECS Sandy Bridge Motherboard Roundup @ Neoseeker

Power Supplies
Seventeam V-Force 650w Preview @ XSReviews

Software
Lucid Virtu GPU Virtualization Software Review - Sandy Bridge and Discrete coexist @ PC Perspective

Speakers/Headphones
Antec SoundScience Rockus 3D Speaker System @ Benchmark Reviews
MEElectronics M9 Earphones @ ThinkComputers

Storage/Hard Drives
Intel Releases 6Gb/sec 510 Series Solid State Drives with Marvell controllers @ PC Perspective
Seagate Momentus 750GB, 3Gb/s Hard Drive @ Bjorn3D


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Patriot Memory Launches Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 03:37PM
Author: bp9801

Patriot Memory, a leader in all things memory-related, has just announced its newest product in the form of the Supersonic Magnum flash drive. This flash drive has a 64 or 128GB capacity and uses a USB 3.0 connection for blistering fast transfers with a maximum read speed of 200MB/second and a write speed of 110MB/s. Patriot has put a single-chip native USB 3.0 controller with eight-channels of memory, basically giving you a portable solid state drive that will fit easily in a pocket. The Supersonic Magnum can survive up to 15Gs of shock ensuring your data will be nice and safe no matter what you subject it to.

The Patriot Memory Supersonic Magnum will be available in the second quarter of this year, though no price was mentioned for the 64 or 128GB flash drive.


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Corsair Announces a Few New Products

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 04:26PM
Author: bp9801

Corsair is a leader in a variety of components for your computer, whether it is memory, a power supply, or even a cooling system, Corsair has you covered. As such, Corsair is announcing availability of three new products today. There is the Flash Voyager USB 3.0 flash drive, a new color of heatspreaders for the Vengeance DDR3 memory kits, and the launch of the Hydro Series H60 CPU cooler. First up at the flasl drives which sees the Flash Voyager series getting the benefit of a USB 3.0 connection. Each drive has the same rubber housing as past drives, just now you can plug it into a USB 3.0 port for fast transfers. There was no word on just how fast the transfers will be on USB 3.0, but I am sure it'll be more than enough. The Flash Voyager 3.0 flash drives are available in 8, 16, and 32GB capacities.

Next up is a new heatspreader color for the Vengeance DDR3 memory kits. The new color is Cerulean Blue and should look great on many motherboards that feature a blue scheme. The kits are identical to the already released Vengeance sticks, just this time you can get a blue heatspreader instead of the black ones. Capacities range from 4 to 16GB at 1600MHz speeds, and are compatible with Intel and AMD platforms.

Lastly we have the immediate shipment of the new Hydro Series H60 CPU cooler. New features of the H60 include a low-profile, lightweight cooling unit which should reduce clutter around your CPU, a redesigned microchannel cold plate with a new fin design which increases the copper surface, and a new split-flow manifold that delivers water directly to the middle of the plate for improved cooling. The H60 also includes a more affordable price point which should allow anyone interested in water cooling to take that first step.

The Corsair Flash Voyager USB 3.0 drives will be available in April with the 8GB costing $19.99, the 16GB at $29.99, and the 32GB at $69.99. The Cerulean Blue Vengeance DDR3 kits are available now and should be the same price as the ones with the black heatspreaders. The Corsair Hydro Series H60 CPU cooler will be available early this month for $79.


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Kingston Announces New HyperX T1 Black Triple-Channel Memory Kits

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 04:51PM
Author: bp9801

Kingston, one of the leaders of memory products, has just announced the newest addition to its lineup of performance memory kits with the HyperX T1 Black. The new HyperX T1 Black DDR3 memory kits are available in triple-channel configurations of either three or six sticks. You can find the kits in 6, 12, and 24GB capacities so these are ideal for running on the latest Intel X58 motherboards. Kingston says these new kits are ideal for the Intel Core i7 990X processor and motherboards from Gigabyte, though you can pair the RAM with any Core i7 900 processor and X58 board. The HyperX T1 Black DDR3 sticks come decked out in an all-black heatspreader and are 1600MHz CL9 kits.

The Kingston HyperX T1 Black DDR3 triple-channel memory kits should be now available. The 6GB kit will run you $104, the 12GB at $190, and the 24GB kit will set you back $379.


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Zotac Unleashes ZBOX AD02 Series Mini-PCs

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 05:18PM
Author: bp9801

Zotac has just announced its latest product, the ZBOX AD02 series mini-PCs. These mini-PCs are powered by the new AMD E-350 APU and should make for an excellent HTPC. The APU is based on the AMD Fusion platform and combines a 1.6GHz dual-core processor with an HD 6310 GPU on the same chip to provide for stellar performance at a low wattage. The ZBOX AD02 comes in two flavors, the stock AD02 and the AD02 Plus which adds in a hard drive and RAM. The stock AD02 system does not have a hard drive or RAM included so you will need to provide your own, but the entire chassis is tool-free so you shouldn't have any problem building it up. The RAM is of the SO-DIMM variety and the hard drive needs to be a 2.5" model, but you should be unlimited in your choices. Each system has built-in 802.11n WiFi, a 6-in-1 memory card reader, an eSATA port, two USB 3.0 ports on the rear, four USB 2.0 ports (two on the rear, one on the front, one on the top), 7.1 channel audio, and DVI, HDMI, and VGA (by way of an adapter) ports. The operating system can be whatever you choose.

No launch date or price was mentioned for the Zotac ZBOX AD02 mini-PCs.


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Mod Men Web Show Now Online

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 06:08PM
Author: CheeseMan42

I had posted about the Mod Men web show earlier this month, and the first episode is now available for viewing. The show chronicles the adventures of Bill Owen from Mnpctech as he builds a water cooled PC from start to finish. Along the way, he will also offer tips for all the modders out there looking for some help. The first episode can be viewed here. Be sure to check out the forum thread to discuss the episode and let the rest of us know what you thought.


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Razer Unveils Dragon Age 2 Product Line

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 06:27PM
Author: CheeseMan42

Razer is teaming up with Bioware to release several products to go along with the upcoming launch of Dragon Age 2. The game will be released March 8 on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, and Mac. Razer will release special editions of the DeathAdder mouse, BlackWidow keyboard, and Goliathus mouse mat for the PC. The Xbox 360 will get a special edition of the Onza Tournament Edition controller. Also available is a Dragon Age 2 themed messenger bag. The peripherals all feature custom artwork from the Dragon Age series, and the BlackWidow even has blood red LED back lighting. In addition to getting the tools to play the game, all of the products except the messenger bag will also come with "The Ring of Whispers" in game item. Follow the links for full specifications and pictures of all the items.


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Other World Computing Announces Upgrade Kits for New Macbooks

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 06:52PM
Author: CheeseMan42

Other World Computing has announced a series of upgrade kits available for the recently announced new line of Macbook laptops. Users can get a 1TB hard drive for $122.99 or a 750GB drive for $124.99. Mercury Extreme Pro SSD options are also available and start at $114.99. The SSD line goes up to capacities of 480GB. All upgrade kits come with an external enclosure to aid with data transfer to the new drive. Memory upgrades of 8GB and 6GB are also available. All of the upgrade kits offer siginificant cost savings compared to similar items bought directly from Apple. For a listing of all available upgrades, check out the web store.


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AMD Teases with Llano APU Performance

Posted: March 1, 2011 @ time: 10:35PM
Author: The Smith

Godfrey Cheng, in his blog post, revealed some interesting information about the next series of APUs to be released by AMD this year. It is already known that the processors codenamed "Llano" will be manufactued in 32nm and will include a supposedly beefy graphics processor, 480 stream processors on die, like their smaller brothers that have already made their way to market: the E and C-series of Fusion APUs. Their x86 cores are going to be vastly improved Athlon II architecture, mainly better at power consumption.

It is said that AMD has given much more importance to parallel processing, such as media encoding and playback capabilties, than to improving x86 performance with these, since it really is what people do now with computers. Nonetheless, the upcoming mobile parts have four x86 cores, but no frequency has been divulged. At least 2.4GHz maximum frequency would be a safe bet, though.

At the end of the video, a marketing name is put on that die: the "A8-3510MX". Maybe the X stands for a Black Edition, like with current mobile Phenom IIs? Nothing is sure until release. The integrated graphics are named the HD6620M. If that number is anything significant, the IGP should perform a bit below the dedicated HD6630M, which possesses the same number of stream processors as the rumors say about Llano. The HD6620M has to share the main memory interface with the x86 cores though, which is a considerable hindering.

Speaking of performance, a nice multitasking comparison is shown against the 2GHz Sandy Bridge Core i7-2630QM. If the numbers hold true, Llano consumes less power than the competition, while being noticeably better at media playback and graphics workload, especially in multi-tasking scenarios. Here is that video in question:

It looks to be a very promising product. According the the rumors, the A-series APUs will be out in Q2 of this year.


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SteelSeries Unveils Siberia v2 Headset for PS3

Posted: March 2, 2011 @ time: 02:10AM
Author: premiumgfx

SteelSeries today unveiled its latest headset, dubbed the Siberia v2 for PS3. The new headset retains many features from the popular SteelSeries Siberia v2, such as an over-the-head design, leather earcups, 50mm drivers, a pull-out microphone and in-line volume control, to name a few. Although targeted at PS3 users (hence the PS3 in the name), the Siberia v2 for PS3 also brings support for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The headset uses the SteelSeries AudioMixer to enable these connections through USB, a 3.5mm audio jack or the Xbox controller, while also offering the SteelSeries LiveMix function which reduces game noise when team mates are speaking. The Siberia v2 for PS3 has a 1m cable and is bundled with all the necessary connectors for multi-platform compatibility. The SteelSeries Siberia v2 headset for PS3 will be available in Q3 2011 for a MSRP of $119.99 (€119.99).


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Hardware Roundup: Wednesday Edition

Posted: March 2, 2011 @ time: 05:44AM
Author: Nemo

Intel has released the 510 Series solid state drives, its first SATA 6Gb/s drive and this time Intel choose to incorporate a Marvell controller in the drive. With the recent news that over 100K Gmail users woke up to find all their mail items had disappeared, we have a timely guide on backing up your Gmail account. In cooling, we have a look at a 120mm fan from Be Quiet  and another review on the CoolIT Vantage A.L.C. CPU cooler.

Cooling
Be Quiet Silent Wings USC 12cm @ XSReviews
Coolit Vantage A.L.C. CPU Cooler @ Benchmark Reviews

CPUs
Intel's Core i7-990X Extreme processor @ Tech Report

Gaming
Bulletstorm: Bringing the fun back to single-player FPSes @ Tech Report

Speakers/Headphones
Corsair HS1A Stereo Gaming Headset @ TweakTown

Storage/Hard Drives
Intel 510 Series 250GB SATA 6G Solid State Drive @ PC Perspective

Miscellany
How to Backup your Gmail Account @ TechSpot


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Kingston Unveils New Notebook Memory for Intel Chipsets

Posted: March 2, 2011 @ time: 01:20PM
Author: bp9801

Kingston has just unveiled its newest addition to its notebook memory line with new HyperX 1600MHz DDR3 SO-DIMM kits. These kits are designed with the latest Intel mobile platform in mind and come in 4 or 8GB capacities. Kingston says this kit is ideal for anyone wanting the highest capacity and the highest speeds for their notebook, though these kits will also work in mini-ITX motherboards that support SO-DIMMs. All you need to do is install the sticks and you should be good to go as Kingston promises plug and play support with them. Each kit comes with two sticks, so you'll either have two sticks to make 4GB or two to make 8GB.

The Kingston HyperX 1600MHz DDR3 SO-DIMMs will cost $67 for the 4GB and $122 for the 8GB. No word on when these kits would ship.


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iPad 2 Unveiled

Posted: March 2, 2011 @ time: 01:47PM
Author: bp9801

Apple held an event today where everyone speculated it would be for the successor to the iPad. Well, that came true as the iPad 2 was formally unveiled. It features a 1GHz dual-core A5 chip which Apple promises is twice as fast as the one in the iPad, plus graphics performance is improved nine times. Apple has added HDMI out which is capable of 1080p (though you'll need an additional adapter), plus there is an enlarged speaker grille on the rear. There are two cameras on the tablet, one on the front and one on the rear, and battery life is listed at ten hours. The rear camera can shoot 720p video at 30fps, plus it has a 5x digital zoom, while the front camera is a VGA resolution and can also record at 30fps. The resolution for the iPad 2 remains the same as the first one, 1024x768, which is something the rumors kept saying would be improved. Overall, the iPad 2 is 33% thinner than the first one and clocks in at 8.8mm while it weighs a little over 600 grams.

The iPad 2 has a cover which is basically a magnetic flap that protects the front and will automatically wake or put the tablet to sleep when lifted. The cover costs a little extra so it will be up to you to decide if it is worth it. The iPad 2 will also ship with iOS 4.3 which brings with it improved Safari performance, as well as FaceTime, Photo Booth, Garage Band, and iMovie apps to make use of the cameras. The last two apps will run you $4.99 a piece while the first two seem to come free of charge. There are also Personal Hotspot capabilities, but it seems it will only work with the iPhone 4. Curiously, iTunes 10.2 will be required to use the iPad 2, and seeing as how only 10.1.2 is available, I expect the new version to arrive shortly.

The iPad 2 will be available from AT&T, Verizon, and the Apple Store on March 11th in the US. You will have a choice between a white or black iPad 2. The WiFi model will range from $499 to $699, 16GB to 64GB, while the WiFi + 3G model will range from $629 to $829 for the same sizes. The iPad 2 will launch in most of the rest of the world on March 25th with other countries following this summer.


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Eizo Announces Self-Calibrating IPS Monitor

Posted: March 2, 2011 @ time: 04:45PM
Author: bp9801

For some computer users, having a well-calibrated monitor is essential for getting the most joy out of the experience. You can buy a colorimeter which will calibrate the colors, but many of those are expensive and some are inevitably going to be better than others. Well, Eizo has addressed that issue by creating a monitor that is self-calibrating. The Eizo ColorEdge CG275W is a 27" IPS monitor that has a built-in calibration sensor, much like the ColorEdge CG245W released last year, that does all the calibrating by itself. Simply let the monitor calibrate itself, even overnight with the computer turned off, and you'll have the best and most accurate colors possible. The CG275W has a 2560x1440 resolution, 97% reproduction of Adobe RGB, 270 nits of brightness, an 850:1 contrast ratio, 178 degree viewing angles, and a 6ms gray-to-gray response time which should be more than enough to game on. There are DVI, DisplayPort, and Mini DisplayPort connections plus a USB 2.0 hub, along with a stand that can tilt, rotate, swivel and the hood that Eizo ships with many of its monitors.

The Eizo ColorEdge CG275W will ship towards the end of this month though pricing was listed as being subject to each country it will be sold in.


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Valve Announces Steam Feature

Posted: March 2, 2011 @ time: 06:17PM
Author: gebraset

With Steam taking control of the mass digital download market, it is good for everyone when new features, fixes, and other implementations are added specifically for gamers and multimedia enthusiasts. A new mode that will be coming to the program is called Big Picture mode. This new mode will allow Steam users to fully enjoy the application and their library of games on many screens throughout the house. This could potentially sway some people away from their consoles somewhat, since a simple computer and interconnection, along with a HDMI cable, could provide some of the same experience that current consoles do, especially with wireless peripherals. There is no information on when this new feature might get added to the stable version of Steam, or exactly how they want it to effect the market, but hopefully this will be a welcomed addition for those who use small set top boxes for their computing and multimedia home experience.


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Hardware Roundup: Thursday Edition

Posted: March 3, 2011 @ time: 06:04AM
Author: Nemo

Welcome to another hardware roundup as we open up with a pair of mid-tower cases. The first case is an updated offering from Antec, the P193, which is part of its Performance One line. If the sleek, clean look of the P193 seems somewhat boring to you, you can check out the In Win Track mid-tower enclosure which has more of a rugged, military design influence. In motherboards we have a look at MSI's E350IA-E45 AMD Brazos Fusion APU board. We also have reviews on memory, solid state drives and more, which you can access using the links posted below.

Cases
Antec P193 Performance One @ XSReviews
In Win Track Computer Case @ Tweaknews

Memory
Exceleram EP3001A PC3-10666 2x2GB Memory @ Madshrimps

Mobile
Tablets of 2011: What to Look For @ TechSpot
iHome iP1 Studio Series Audio System for iPhone/iPod @ Madshrimps

Motherboards
MSI E350IA-E45 AMD Brazos Fusion APU Platform @ PC Perspective

Networking
OvisLink AirLive N.MINI 300Mbps Wireless-N Mini-AP @ Madshrimps

Storage/Hard Drives
Patriot SuperSonic USB 3.0 Flash Drive @ Neoseeker
Apacer TurboII Series-AS602 120GB Solid State Drive @ TweakTown


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Corsair to Offer USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit for Obsidian Cases

Posted: March 3, 2011 @ time: 05:52PM
Author: CheeseMan42

Corsair has announced that it will be offering a USB 3.0 upgrade kit for its Obsidian 800D and 700D cases. The upgrade kit takes the form of a replacement front I/O panel that can install in minutes. The upgrade kit will be available for $14.99 on the Corsair website. Users with one of these two cases that want to keep up with the latest in technology would be wise to pick one of these up.


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Sony Says Over 41 Million PS3s Sold Worldwide

Posted: March 3, 2011 @ time: 05:59PM
Author: bp9801

The Game Developers Conference is currently underway and new games get shown off all the time. This bit of news doesn't concern a particular game, but rather a game console as Sony has announced that 41.6 million PlayStation 3s have been sold worldwide. More than 80% of those consoles are connected to the Internet and have created 70 million PSN accounts, which is far more than the number of consoles sold so one can figure that the majority of the consoles have at least two PSN accounts. Sony also said that traffic to the PlayStation Store in 2010 grew by 60% compared to the year before with a 70% spike in revenue. None of these are hard figures but the fact is that Sony did very well in 2010 from a sales standpoint. Sony was promoting its console throughout the year (and still is) so maybe some of the success can be attributed to the Kevin Butler figure it has created.


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BlackBerry Messenger Reportedly Heading to iOS and Android

Posted: March 3, 2011 @ time: 06:10PM
Author: CheeseMan42

According to multiple sources, Research in Motion is planning to bring its popular BlackBerry Messenger service to iOS and Android platforms. There are currently no details on when it will be released, or how much it will cost, but is expected to be available for Android this year. Some report that the service will be free, while others say it will have some sort of fee. The app won't be as full featured as on BlackBerry phones, but will allow for communication between all phones. Some even believe that getting a taste of BBM could cause some people to want the full experience.


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Sony PSP Go Drops In Price

Posted: March 3, 2011 @ time: 06:51PM
Author: gebraset

With the new Sony NGP hand held device coming out soon, it is no wonder to both the market and to consumers that the current PSP prices are dropping at a drastic and fast rate. This not only is taking place with the traditional PSP, as the price has dropped $40, but now also with the PSP Go, which has dropped down to $150. Even though the device was meant by Sony to help spark sales in the portable market, it seemed as if the PSP Go really did not do much at all for sales numbers. The price drop is an increased incentive to go and pickup the portable gaming system however, but with the brand new hand held quad core system around the corner, it is not certain if the lower prices will help bring back the portable gaming crowd before the Sony NGP makes its appearance.


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Google and Microsoft Joining Forces to Battle Patent Troll

Posted: March 3, 2011 @ time: 07:16PM
Author: bp9801

Typically, Google and Microsoft are seen as rivals in the computer industry, but not this time. The two giants are joining forces in order to battle a patent troll in the courts, one who has accused customers of both Google and Microsoft. This patent troll is called GeoTag, Inc, which has sued just under 400 different companies for infringing on a patent, one that google and Microsoft claim should never have been granted. This patent covers a depiction of geographical data, either in a map or text, and then provides information about resources nearby, ones such as businesses, restaurants, and the like. Most, or even all, of the companies GeoTag, Inc is suing use a store locator feature on its website which enables customers to enter a ZIP code and then find the nearest locations of that company. Those maps used are either Google Maps or Bing Maps, which in turn makes all of those businesses a customer of the two giants.

Google and Microsoft are seeking a permanent injunction preventing GeoTag, Inc from suing its customers and is even seeking to have some or all of the patent claims invalidated. The patent itself has a bit of a history as it was filed in 1996 and then granted in 1999. Afterwards, it has since been sold and re-sold by a variety of companies, and two years ago, it was sold to Antigua-based electronic payment services firm Ubixo for $119 million. Ubixo then spun GeoTag, Inc off as a separate company in July, 2010, and that is now attempting to raise money via an IPO. The only patent GeoTag has is the one in question, and since it is suing nearly 400 companies, it makes it a patent troll. GeoTag's sole purpose is to sue other companies who use that patent because it itself has nothing using it. Google and Microsoft both know this and considering the deep pockets both possess, the battle will be settled in court. We'll see exactly what the courts decide on the matter, but somehow I don't see GeoTag as having much to back up.


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Plextor Unveils 500GB Portable Hard Drive with USB 3.0 Support

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 01:57AM
Author: premiumgfx

Plextor today unveiled a new 500GB portable hard drive which supports the USB 3.0 interface. The hard drive, named the PX-PH500U3 is based on the 2.5" form-factor and weighs a mere 162g for easy portability. The drive is finished in aircraft-grade aluminium and will come with a data back-up and restore utility, FNet PC Clone EX. The PX-PH500U3 portable hard drive will be bundled with a one-year warranty and a carry case, retailing at around US$139 (€99). A larger 750GB variant (PX-PH750US) will be released next month, costing approximately US$188 (€135).


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Sparkle Prepares Single-Slot GTX 570 Video Card

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 02:27AM
Author: premiumgfx

Sparkle is preparing a single-slot variant of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 570 video card, perfect for HTPCs or compact gaming systems. The new card is thin, but is estimated to be around 13 inches long to compensate for its small width. The single-slot GTX 570 is dubbed to be the first air-cooled single-slot GTX 570, an impressive feat which requires numerous heatsinks, along with a fan which expels air to the rear of the card. The card has clock speeds of 752MHz (core), 1504MHz (shader) and 4000MHz (memory), all higher than the stock speeds. As always, this GTX 570 will include the GF110 40nm GPU, a 1280MB GDDR5 memory buffer and 480 CUDA cores. The card will support DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort connectivity. This new single-slot GTX 570 should be available by next month.


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Hardware Roundup: Friday Edition

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 04:47AM
Author: Nemo

As we wrap up another week let's take a look at a couple of cooling-related reviews. We'll start off with the NZXT Sentry LXE fan controller that allows you to control up to five different fans via its touch screen interface. For keeping your CPU cooled there is the Noctua NH-D14 heatsink. We have a couple of video cards in the roundup today as well. For home theater applications there is the Diamond All-In-Wonder HD Premium AIW5000 card and we also get an opportunity to check out the MSI Radeon HD 6950 2GB Twin Frozr II card. There are several Intel-based motherboards being reviewed today including tow P67 boards as well as a new gaming motherboard from MSI based on the X58 chipset.

Cooling
NZXT Sentry LXE Touch Screen Fan Controller @ Tweaknews
Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler @ ThinkComputers

Motherboards
ECS H57H-MUS (V1.0A) LGA1156 Motherboard @ Madshrimps
ASUS P8P67 Deluxe Motherboard @ [H]ardOCP
Musing on the state of motherboards @ Tech Report
GIGABYTE G1.Assassin @ Bjorn3D

Notebooks
Lenovo Thinkpad U260 Core i3 12.5-in Notebook @ PC Perspective
HP's Pavilion dm1z Fusion-powered ultraportable @ Tech Report

Power Supplies
Kingwin LZP-550 550W Power Supply @ [H]ardOCP

Storage/Hard Drives
Patriot Torqx XRB 64GB SSD @ XSReviews

Video
Diamond All-In-Wonder HD Premium AIW5000 @ Benchmark Reviews
MSI Radeon HD 6950 2GB Twin Frozr II Video Card @ TweakTown


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VIA Eden X2 is World's Most Power-Efficient Dual-Core Processor

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 11:00AM
Author: bp9801

VIA isn't what it once was in the world of processors, but that does't mean it has completely dropped out. VIA has just introduced its Eden X2 processor, something it is claiming is the world's most power-efficient dual-core processor. There are no hard numbers right now, but considering the original Eden ran at 500MHz while consuming one watt of power, I think the Eden X2 can easily take that claim. VIA continues with the fanless design principles for the cooling method for the Eden X2, and claims the chip itself will have a longevity of seven years. The chip itself is a native 64-bit, dual-core processor that is made on the 40nm process. VIA Eden X2 processors bring with it VIA VT virtualization which allows for older programs to be used in a virtual environment, plus it is compatible with Windows CE and Linux operating systems.

The VIA Eden X2 processor will be available in various systems and boards starting in the second quarter of this year.


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Gears of War 3 Beta Detailed

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 12:32PM
Author: bp9801

Gears of War 3 is the next hotly anticipated title from Epic Games, so it goes without question that this bit of news is certainly welcome. The Gears of War 3 beta has been detailed, with the multiplayer beta starting on April 25th and running to May 15th. If you purchased Bulletstorm: Epic Edition (the latest from Epic), then you will get access to the beta a week early. This is just for Xbox 360 owners out there, but Epic will have three new competitive modes and four new maps become available over the course of the beta. If you play the beta, you will have the chance to unlock some content in it that will then carry over to the retail game's launch on September 20th. You can unlock the Beta Tester Medal which will show up on your gamer profile in the full game, the Flaming Hammerburst, Flaming Lancer, Flaming Gnasher Shotgun, and Flaming Sawed-Off Shotgun weapons, Thrashball Cole skin, and the Gold-Plated Retro Lancer. To unlock the Cole skin, you need to complete 50 matches of any game type in the beta, then complete ten matches once you have unlocked the skin. For the Gold-Plated Retro Lancer, you need to complete 90 matches and then get 100 kills with the weapon to have unlock in the full game. The other unlocks happen for completing a match, with the weapons requiring a match completion by certain dates.


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Samsung Wonders Aloud About Changing New Galaxy Tab

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 02:17PM
Author: bp9801

Apple's recent unveiling of the iPad 2 is sure to have many competitors thinking things over about its own tablets. One such company is Samsung, and rather than keep things internally, it has talked openly about what it could do to change the upcoming 10.1" Galaxy Tab. The original 7" Galaxy Tab came in at just under 12mm thick, beating the original iPad, and the 10.1" model will be the same as the already released 7". However, the iPad 2 comes in at a mere 8.8mm thick which bests the Galaxy Tab by about 3mm (and the original iPad by 4mm). Lee Don-joo, executive VP of Samsung's mobile division, has wondered aloud publicly about what it can do to change the Galaxy Tab and address the "inadequate" parts. One thing that could be addressed, aside from the thickness, is the price of the Galaxy Tab. The 7" model is far cheaper than the iPad on a contract, but off-contract it is much more expensive. The 10.1" model could see a price reduction to better compete with the iPad 2, but that would more than likely mean Samsung would not turn a profit on it. It looks like time will tell what Samsung, and perhaps others, can do to compete with the iPad 2.


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Bosco's SSD Speed Contest Concluded!

Posted: March 4, 2011 @ time: 08:48PM
Author: Dariuas

One of OCC's most interesting contest comes to an end this evening as the final number was selected to win a Mushkin 40GB SSD provided by Bosco. If you did not have a chance to participate in the contest, it may still make for a good read, so head over to the official contest thread and read through the over 670 posts that were made during the past week. The contest was fun and innovative. The basic rules of the game was to pick a number, 1-500 initially, and who ever selected the correct number, pre-determined by Bosco himself, won the first hard drive. That number was 55. Dariuas was the one to choose that since he claims to have been inspired by a video about counting to 55. The next round of the contest went on for some time, until eventually the number gap was dropped down to 0-250. After a lot of guesses, ClayMeow was the second winner, with his selection of 102. Check back for more contests in the future!

Thank you to everyone who participated!


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Another Steam Feature Announced

Posted: March 5, 2011 @ time: 08:48PM
Author: gebraset

Even with Valve recently stating that it will try to bring Steam to the masses by optimizing the software for larger screens in a living room or bedroom setting, it is now offering another feature addition known as Steam Guard. This new feature will allow users to set certain permissions based on what personal computer they want to place them on. Valve expects that this will help cure its number one support issue by far, which is account phishing and hacking. The gaming company is also teaming up with Intel to use an encryption known as Intel IPT, or Intel Identity Protection Technology, on the newest Intel processors such as the 2nd Generation Intel CoreT and Intel CoreT vProT processors. With this technology set into place, Valve is expecting users to be hassle free in terms of both hacking and phishing, and is expecting support issues to drop drastically as more and more users become familiar with Steam Guard.


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OCC FAQ Contest

Posted: March 6, 2011 @ time: 05:36PM
Author: Dariuas

In what seems to be a chain of contests, OCC proudly announces its next contest! Participation in this contest is pretty simple; help us update our OCC FAQ page! Overclocking is organic, it grows, it evolves, and as it evolves, so must our FAQ page. We are looking for any size contribution to the page to be posted on this thread. We are looking for as much new, fresh, and creative content as we can get together on one page. So even if you are a newbie to overclocking, or have been doing it since the beginning of time, you can still participate, and contribute. So, it's a contest and everyone wants to know what can I win? We will be giving away a couple of different bits of hardware, from a HSF to a high end GPU. Starting today Sunday March 6th, you will have until Sunday April 10th to submit your contributions to the page. Every contribution that is submitted will have the same chance to win as long as it is used in final update to the FAQ page. Please try to edit previous posts if you intend on making multiple contributions, as only one post is valid for contest entry! If you have any questions please let us know! 


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Antec LanBoy Air/High Current Gamer PSU Giveaway on Computer Ed

Posted: March 6, 2011 @ time: 09:40PM
Author: Nemo

We've introduced you to the Computer Ed show in the past and now there's another excellent reason to listen to the show. Edward Crisler, aka Computer Ed, is focusing on Antec and its 25-year history in the computer industry. In celebration of this, Computer Ed is partnering with Antec to give away an Antec Lanboy Air case along with a High Current Gamer PSU. So what does it take to qualify for the contest? It's pretty simple - all you need to do is head on over to the Computer Ed blog and scroll to the right side to find the link to the March 6, 2011 radio show. Now, take a moment to listen to the show and pay close attention because Computer Ed will mention the contest e-mail address. Once you have the address, all you have to do is send an e-mail to the address mentioned one entry per household). The winner will be drawn on Saturday March 12, 2011 at 6:00 PM CST and announced on the show Sunday. The winner will be contacted Saturday via e-mail and must send their name and a shipping address for Computer Ed to get the info to Antec to ship the prize. You can always catch the Computer Ed show live Sunday afternoons at 1:00 PM CST on WJPF radio by clicking on the Listen Live link on the right of the page. Oh, BTW, Computer Ed mentions Dave (Bosco) and Overclockers Club on this show!
 


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Hardware Roundup: Monday Edition

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 06:58AM
Author: Nemo

If you're looking for one of the AMD Radeon HD 6000-series video cards, our roundup is what you need as we pulled in several reviews on HD 6870, HD 6850 and HD 6950 cards. Keeping your mobile devices charged while on the go can be a challenge, which is where the Cooler Master USNA95 Ultra Slim Notebook Power Adapter comes in to play. We also have a couple of reviews on AMD Fusion APU motherboards from Foxconn and Gigabyte for you to check out. That just scratches the surface of all that's available for you to read today. so be sure to follow the links below for all the reviews.

Cases
Lian Li PC-A04 Case @ Tweaknews
Bitfenix Survivor Core Midi tower case @ Madshrimps

Cooling
EK Waterblocks full cover block for the Asus Rampage III Extreme @ Madshrimps

Gaming
Killzone 3 PlayStation 3 @ TweakTown

Input Devices
QPAD 5K Gaming Mouse @ Neoseeker
Thermaltake eSports Meka G1 Keyboard @ Bjorn3D

Memory
Gskill RipjawsX 4GB 17000 CL9D-4GBXMD @ Madshrimps

Mobile
Coolermaster USNA 95 laptop/mp3 charger tested in PSU test-lab @ Madshrimps

Motherboards
Foxconn AHD1S "AMD APU Onboard" Motherboard @ Madshrimps
Gigabyte's Fusion-infused GA-E350N-USB3 motherboard @ Tech Report

Notebooks
Toshiba NB550D AMD Fusion Netbook w/ Harman Kardon Speakers @ TweakTown

Storage/Hard Drives
Patriot Xporter XT 32GB @ XSReviews

Video
ASUS Radeon HD 6950 2GB DirectCU II Overclocked Video Card @ TweakTown
HIS HD 6870 Turbo, HD 6850 IceQ X Turbo and HD 6850 @ Overclocker Cafe
Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 1GB Vapor-X Video Card @ TweakTown
MSI R6870 Hawk Graphics Card @ Benchmark Reviews

Miscellany
PCPer Podcast #144 @ PC Perspective
The Twilight Zone: Season One (1959) Blu-ray Movie @ TweakTown


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Western Digital to Acquire Hitachi GST for $4.3 Billion

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 01:52PM
Author: bp9801

Western Digital, one of the largest manufacturers of hard drives, is set to get a little bigger as it has announced a deal with Hitachi, another manufacturer of hard drives. That deal includes Western Digital purchasing Hitachi GST, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi, for $4.3 billion. Hitachi GST (Global Storage Technologies) will become a part of the WD family as a customer-focused storage company, with huge operating scale, strong global talent, and the industry's largest product lineup. The deal includes $3.5 billion in cash and another $750 million of stock shares, with Hitachi owning 10 percent of the shares and having two of its members added to WD's board of directors. The deal is expected to close by the third quarter of 2011, with WD still maintaining its headquarter in Irvine, California, and keeping its administration pretty much in check. The one new addition will be Steve Milligan from Hitachi GST who will act as president of Western Digital.


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Nokia Sells Qt Commercial Licensing Business to Digia

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 02:22PM
Author: bp9801

When Nokia announced that it was dropping Symbian in favor of Windows Phone 7, some wondered what would happen to the Qt framework that was at the heart of Symbian. Well, wonder no more as Nokia has announced that it is selling the Qt commercial licensing and services business to Digia. Digia will acquire the Qt framework and roughly 3,500 desktop and embedded customers who are actively using it. However, Nokia will still invest in developing Qt just it is letting Digia expand the commercial licensing and services business. Digia will set up subsidiaries in the US and Norway to further expand the potential of Qt, so if you want in on the commercial aspect, contact Digia. Digia has been working with Qt since the year 2000, so it is a natural fit for Nokia to let it handle the expansion. The transaction will be completed by the end of March. Time will tell how well it works, but it is just further proof that Nokia is commited to Microsoft's mobile OS.


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Angry Birds Coming to Facebook

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 04:55PM
Author: bp9801

Angry Birds has been a smash success in the mobile world for some time, and now creator Rovio is bringing the popular game to Facebook. Rovio is keeping silent on the details on what will differentiate the browser game from the mobile one, but promises it to have completely new aspects with a more prominent role of the pigs. There is even some mention of the success of Angry Birds, with the game costing about €100,000 (~$140,000) to make. Rovio reports that there have been 20 million paid iPhone and iPad downloads, another 20 million free ad-supported Android downloads, and when you factor in the licensing deals, the total revenue so far is about £50 million ($80 million). Rovio also reports that roughly three trillion pigs have been popped in-game, which is about 3,000 times more than the number of actual pigs in the world. All in all, Angry Birds has been quite the success for Rovio.


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Kingston Announces New Look HyperX Genesis Memory

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 06:06PM
Author: CheeseMan42

Kingston has announced a new look for its HyperX Genesis enthusiast memory. The new look comes in the form of an updated heat spreader, with a look similar to the Genesis Special Edition Grey modules, which were made for the P67 Sandy Bridge platform. Consumers will be able to expect the same quality from Kingston, as only the heat spreader is getting an update. Full information on the HyperX line of memory can be found on the Kingston website.


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Google Maps Navigation for Android Gets Update

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 06:13PM
Author: CheeseMan42

The Google Maps Navigation app for Android has helped me find countless locations in the past when I was without my GPS. A new feature that has been added to the app makes it even more useful and convenient for smartphone users like me. The new feature is designed to help navigate users around traffic jams automatically. Using real-time traffic conditions, the app provides the potential to save you time in your travels by pointing you in the direction of the route that is currently the fastest.


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Skype Implements Ads

Posted: March 7, 2011 @ time: 08:25PM
Author: gebraset

In just the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany, Skype has recently announced that it will be serving up ads to one target group and one group only, Windows users. The ads will only be featured on the home screen of the program for now, and for some reason, Mac systems or any other countries for that matter are not being targeted by Skype with the ad system, but the company is saying that the user experience is still something that is of utmost importance. For most programs, ads do seem to ruin the experience, so it will be different to see how Skype decides to implement the new changes over the course of this year. Another interesting thing that the video calling company has stated is that the new ads in the program will also anonymously track users, though if they want to, they can opt out of the tracking initiative.


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Transcend Unveils Portable SSD with USB 3.0 Support

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 12:31AM
Author: premiumgfx

Conventional portable hard drives are a relatively cheap way to move large quantities of data, but lack the speed of their flash memory counterparts. Transcend Information is going one step further, unveiling a portable SSD with USB 3.0 support. The new portable SSD, dubbed the SSD18C3 features NAND flash memory coupled with a unique device driver, which once enabled offers data transfer speeds of up to 260MB/s via the USB 3.0 interface. As with all SSDs, the new drive has no moving parts allowing it to withstand shocks and vibrations, while running silently. The SSD is cased in a protective silicone outer-shell further enhancing it's durability. A One Touch auto-backup button is included for quick and simple data protection using the preloaded Backup Manager Utility. The SSD18C3 Portable Solid State Drive is available now, priced at $224 and $448 for the 64GB and 128GB models respectively.


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OCZ Showcases Ibis XL 4TB SSD

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 01:04AM
Author: premiumgfx

San Jose-based SSD manufacturer OCZ has showcased its behemoth 4TB SSD, named the Ibis XL at CeBIT 2011. 4TB capacity aside, the 5.25" Ibis XL uses OCZ's HSDL link interface, offering incredible data transfer speeds of up to 1800MB/s (read) and 1700MB/s (write), along with 200K IOPS (4K random write). The Ibis XL series is also available in capacities up to 8TB, and if that isn't enough, four individual drives can be combined into one 32TB RAID array. Does the Ibis XL sound like your kind of thing? Well, with 4TB (or more) of flash memory costing a fortune, you'd better start saving now to purchase one anytime soon!


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Hardware Roundup: Tuesday Edition

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 05:51AM
Author: Nemo

We're a little thin on reviews today because of the release of the AMD HD 6990 video card which warrants its own roundup. Meanwhile, we have a look at the WD HD TV media player. Also from Western Digital is the My Passport Essential SE 1TB USB 3.0 portable hard drive. Wrapping up today's roundup is the ASUS RT-N56U gigabit router.

Media Players
Western Digital WD TV Live Hub @ TweakTown

Networking
Asus RT-N56U Gigabit Router @ Tweaknews

Storage/Hard Drives
Western Digital My Passport Essential SE 1TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive @ ThinkComputers


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Hardware Roundup: AMD Radeon HD 6990 Edition

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 06:08AM
Author: Nemo

AMD teased us with preliminary information and photos of its Radeon HD 6990 dual GPU video card back at the end of last month and now we finally get to see full reviews with performance numbers. In a nutshell, the HD 6990 consists of two HD 6970s on a single PCB, each having the same technical specs of an HD 6970 except for the core and memory clock speeds which have been lowered slightly. The board comes with 4 GB GDDR5 and is going to set you back around $700US.

AMD Radeon HD 6990 Antilles Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews
AMD Radeon HD 6990 @ Neoseeker
AMD's Radeon HD 6990 graphics card @ Tech Report
AMD HD6990 @Bjorn3D
AMD Radeon HD 6990 4GB Dual GPU Cayman Graphics Card @ PC Perspective
Sapphire Radeon HD 6990 4GB Technical Run Down @ TweakTown
AMD Radeon HD 6990 "Antilles" Video Card @ [H]ardOCP


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Windows 8 Partially Leaked

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 12:49PM
Author: gebraset

It is very early in the game to start looking at leaks of the next Windows Operating System, but it seems like the details are just starting to get out into the public media. Just recently, a screen shot of Windows 8 was leaked showing off not a whole lot, but giving a bit of information for what was there. The Windows task bar progress indicator is being updated to display more things within the Operating System such as hardware installation, and it also seem like there is more of a focus on the cloud now, as users can log in with their Windows Live ID. By doing this log in instead of the traditional one that consumers have known for years, Windows will set the profile picture to the one located on Windows Live, and of course update other things as well which are currently unknown. Rumors are also circulating of an eight minute installation time, in parallel with the name, and the leakings also suggest that there will be a rollback feature to allow users to rollback their copy of Windows 8 to the same state it was when they started their personal computer for the first time, in two minutes. Keep in mind however, that these are just rumors and it will be interesting to see what happens as time goes on in the development world revolving around the Windows platform.


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Warner Bros. to Offer Movie Rentals Through Facebook Pages

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 03:20PM
Author: bp9801

There seems to be no end to how you can watch a movie on the Internet these days, but that isn't stopping some from exploring every possible option. Warner Bros. has announced it will begin testing a new service offering movie rentals through the movie's Facebook pages. That's right, you will soon be able to rent, or even purchase, a Warner Bros. movie directly through that movie's Facebook page. The test beings with The Dark Knight with more movies planned. You will be able to spend Facebook Credits to stream the movie on the page, with the rental costing 30 credits (roughly $3). Once you make the purchase, you will have 48 hours to watch the movie through your browser but you can pause and resume it later if you can't be at your computer for the entire duration at once. I know you're all wondering why and Warner Bros. explained that Facebook is simply the place to be. With everything the website offers, it seemed like this was only a matter of time and now Warner Bros. has got the ball rolling. It will be interesting to see how well it does and if other studios follow suit.


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Samsung Squeezes 1TB on a Single Platter

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 04:53PM
Author: bp9801

Everyone loves solid state drives for the fast performance and no noise, but the price still puts many people off. We still have mechanical hard drives and today, Samsung has announced a new breakthrough as it has managed 1TB platters. That means that each platter in a hard drive contains 1TB (or up to it) which should open the door for hard drives reaching 4TB in total size. Samsung also has 500GB platters for laptop drives which means a 1TB standard-size laptop HDD is possible. The 3.5" HDD spins at 5,400RPM with a 32MB cache and SATA 6Gb/s support, while the 2.5" drive has an 8MB cache and SATA 3Gb/s support. However, price and a release date remains a mystery for both sizes but the future is looking good with the possibility of a 4TB hard drive.


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Episode Two of Mod Men Now Available

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 05:17PM
Author: CheeseMan42

Mod Men, the web show that follows some modders from Mnpctech as they build a water cooled PC from the ground up, was released to the web last week. Episode two is now available, and features the construction of the main structure of the PC. It is custom milled by Bill and Randy from a 2 inch thick block of acrylic. Also included is a tutorial on applying a carbon fiber paint effect to any piece of hardware. Be sure to check out the video to find out exactly what a "Munky Transmission" is.


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Google Releases Update for Chrome

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 05:45PM
Author: CheeseMan42

Google has just released a new version of Chrome, based on a beta version released three weeks ago. The main draw for this new version is a 66% increase in JavaScript performance based on the V8 benchmark suite. This translates to faster web apps for your browser. Additionally, the team has upgraded the interfaces on the browser, allowing for faster navigation through menus to give your browser the optimal setup. A new password feature allows users to share saved passwords across computers, with the ability to encrypt your passwords with a secret phrase for added security. Sandboxing technology has also been added to the integrated Flash Player found in Chrome to help shield your operating system from malicious websites.


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Adobe Creates Experimental Flash-to-HTML5 Tool

Posted: March 8, 2011 @ time: 06:13PM
Author: bp9801

Flash content is seemingly everywhere on the Internet, even making its way to mobile versions, but one system lacking Flash support are iOS devices. Well, to solve that issue you need a way to convert that Flash content into something usable by devices that don't support it. Adobe, makers of Flash, is making a tool that will convert all Flash content to HTML5 by way of an experimental dev tool codenamed Wallaby. What it does it take Flash-encoded artwork and animations and turns them into a mix of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript which will then work on non-Flash devices. Adobe's initial goal is to enable ad banners running Flash to work on iOS devices, but the possibility exists for a lot more than just ads to take advantage of Wallaby. As to when we may see this taken outside of the experimental stage remains a mystery.


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Hardware Roundup: Wednesday Edition

Posted: March 9, 2011 @ time: 06:20AM
Author: Nemo

Following yesterday's release of the AMD Radeon HD 6990, we have another review in today's roundup. We also have reviews on a couple of GeForce cards - ASUS ENGTS450 DirectCU OC and the Zotac GeForce GTX 570. We have an article on some of the new features included in Apple's upcoming OS X 10.7 Lion operating system. if you're looking to build a new system based on Intel’s Sandy Bridge CPUs and chipset, we have a review on the GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 (Intel P67 Express) motherboard. You should also check out the OCC P67 Motherboard Roundup.

Motherboard
GIGABYTE P67A-UD4 (Intel P67 Express) Motherboard @ TweakTown

Networking
TRENDnet TEW-687GA 450Mbps Wireless N Gaming Adapter @ ThinkComputers

Operating Systems
Apple Mac OS X Lion: A Preview of What's to Come @ TechSpot

Video
Sapphire Radeon HD 6990 4GB Video Card @ TweakTown
ASUS ENGTS450 DirectCU OC Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews
Zotac Geforce GTX 570 @ Tweaknews


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