UL's Futuremark announces iGPU, ray tracing benchmark plans
Due out starting early next month.
Due out starting early next month.
Aims to unlock Tensor, RT core functionality.
ICO hands down maximum penalty possible.
NVIDIA have announced the nForce 410 and 430 chipsets, for AMD PCI Express systems. Sporting GeForce 6 series integrated graphics via the 6100 / 6150 on-board GPUs, the boards are ideal for the HTPC market.
Like Media Center? Like Windows Vista? How about the latest version of Media Center running on Windows Vista? Yes?
Far Cry v2 is up and running with DX10 and Shader Model 4.0. There's a video, and it's awesome.
Hardware Analysis has got the first benchmarks of ATI's next generation card.
Go on, treat yourself - get a truly individual iPod. If you've been hankering after a nano but feel the need for some extra colour, we've got just the ticket.
Tivo has shown what it is capable of, as several shows get 'accidentally' broadcast with a no-recording flag.
Intel's new boards will support the two rival graphics technologies on the same board. Could this be Intel's killer gaming app?
The mainboard boys have a new CrossFire motherboard for Intel. We've got the specs inside.
16GB. On a single chip. Say hello to 60GB and upwards of solid state iPod, with Apple already signed on.
Wondered what happens when you drop a brand new iPod nano out of a vehicle moving at 50mph? The crew at Ars are finding out.
The SN26P, the Shuttle that supports SLI, is due on sale within a couple of weeks - we have updated info on its specs.
Dell agrees to compliance (mostly) and The Tech Report writes up some cool analysis of Intel's approach.
After the shimmering problems with NVIDIA's ForceWare 77.77 driver, we didn't expect to find the same problems in ATI's latest driver. The guys at top ATI fan site - Rage3D - confirmed our initial thoughts for us.
Apple's gone mad and announced about a million products at once. The iPod nano replaces the mini; there's also the ROKR mobile phone and new software and music downloads.
The war between the next generation standards continues. Samsung has announced that they'll produce a dual format DVD machine that is capable of playing both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats if no agreement can be reached.
PC Power come back with another ridiculously powerful power supply that can deliver a continuous 1000W and peak at nearly 1100W.
Microsoft has been talking about the hardware requirements for Windows Vista. Dual-core, SATA2 hard drives, 256MB graphics memory and a HDCP display. Prepare to dip into your pocket...
In brief: colour screens, flash storage, smaller size, new capacity. More details inside.
Looking for a memory stick that's a little durable than most? These chaps put a Corsair stick in ice, boiling water and a goldfish tank before running it over with a BMW. Results inside.
Intel has sent a document to the court that counters the claims AMD has made about it so far. The gist - we don't need to cheat, we rock!
After our report on Friday evening, NVIDIA were quick to respond to our story with a new driver that fixes the majority of the shimmering that was seen in Forceware 77.77
Just as DVD-R has replaced the CD-R, the 25GB Blu-ray BD-R is set to replace the DVD. We have details of Pioneer's first PC-based drive, the BRD-101A.
Fancy a VOIP-in-a-box system? The new Epia-based servers from ArenaTalk could be just what you're looking for.
Creative have won a patent covering MP3 player interfaces for their Zen models which may also cover Apple's iPod. Microsoft also hold a patent that the iPod infringes on. Dark days for Cupertino Legal.
It was surely inevitable - following on from 17" laptops, we now have 19" laptops. See inside for what makes this a little bit special...
After the successful launch of NVIDIA's GeForce 7-series, a number of consumers complained about the poor texture filtering quality. Is this a driver bug, or is this another degradation in Anisotropic Filtering quality?