We put Thermaltake's C360 DDC hardline kit through its paces.
Enrique Lores to take over.
Android Q now simply Android 10.
NVISION 2008: Adam and Jamie took to the Nvision stage in the final keynote to do what they do best. Imagine the two comparing a CPU and GPU in their characteristically practical kinda way.
NVISION 2008: We can confirm that Gearbox is not working on Halo 4 - instead, the developer's Director of Technology left to head up the new team at Microsoft.
NVISION 2008: Tom Petersen, Director of Technical Marketing for Nvidia's chipset business, says that Nvidia has a QPI license as part of the cross-licensing agreement.
NVISION 2008: We've got some more information on Nvidia's X58 SLI announcement following discussions with the company's chipset team.
NVISION 2008: No need for a hot and expensive NF200 chip, apparently "certified" X58 Nehalem boards will offer SLI as well.
NVISION 2008: We've had a sneak peek at the final Age of Conan DirectX 10 content and it looks like it's going to be worth the delay.
NVISION 2008: Sixense is a company that's been running for over 18 months now, but has kept itself under the radar. Its 3D input device tech was worth waiting for.
NVISION 2008: Battlestar Galactica star Tricia Helfer talks about how visual computing affects her role as an actor in a roundabout sort of way.
NVISION 2008: Jeff Han showed off his multi-touch technology during the opening keynote and it's incredibly cool.
NVISION 2008: Nvidia, in conjunction with Viewsonic and Mitsubishi, has been showing off stereoscopic 3D display technology and it's really cool.
NVISION 2008: Huang said that Nvision isn't a place for Nvidia to launch products; instead he thinks it's a chance for the visual computing industry to come together.
NVISION 2008: Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang shared his feelings on exactly what x86 compatibility means to him.
NVISION 2008: The ray tracing and rasterisation debate came up during a chat I had earlier... Nvidia says that ray tracing is too much for Hollywood.
NVISION 2008: Nvidia and Pegasys have announced CUDA support for TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress and it delivers pretty big performance gains.
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