NVIDIA's latest GPU is codenamed GF100, and is the first graphics processor based on the Fermi architecture. In this article, Benchmark Reviews explains the technical architecture behind NVIDIA's GF100 graphics processor and offers an insight into upcoming Fermi-based GeForce video cards. For those who are not familiar, NVIDIA's GF100 GPU is their first graphics processor to support DirectX-11 hardware features such as tessellation and DirectCompute, while also adding heavy particle and turbulence effects. The GF100 GPU is also the successor to the GT200 graphics processor, which launched in the GeForce GTX 280 video card. NVIDIA has since redefined their focus, and GF100 proves a dedication towards next generation gaming effects such as raytracing, order-independent transp! arency, and fluid simulations. Rest assured, the new GF100 GPU is more powerful than the GT200 could ever be, and early results indicate a Fermi-based video card delivers far more than twice the gaming performance over a GeForce GTX-280.

NVIDIA GF100 GPU Fermi Graphics Architecture @ Benchmark Reviews

After months-long DirectX 11 extravaganza by AMD, it seems to be time when NVIDIA declares itself to have a competing GPU, based on its spanking-new Fermi GPU architecture. The GeForce Fermi 100 (GF100) is promising to take over the legacy built by its ancestors, the G80 and GT200, to become yet another monster high-performance silicon which will reignite competition in the upper-quadrant of the market. We look at what NVIDIA is putting on offer, before we get to test NVIDIA's assertions.

NVIDIA GeForce GF100 Architecture @ techPowerUp

"Have you been in a conference room with a projector on the table where you have unwanted shadows on the screen? Well, here is a solution that you just can't afford to miss. How about using a VGA extender and mounting the projector on the ceiling where you will have no interference."

StarTech VGA Wall Plate Video Extender over Cat5 with Audio Review @ BayReviews.com Press Release

We've all heard about Ferrari, the very powerful and equally expensive racing car manufacturer off in Italy. Well, strangely enough, Ferrari has joined teams with Thrustmaster, a manufacturer of PC and console accessories to bring us their new Ferrari Motors Gamepad F430 Challenge Limited Edition. So, how does this gamepad differ from a regular PS3 controller? Other than a sleek new look, a couple more buttons, and the Ferrari brand name, there isn't much difference. However, with a price point $10 below that of a Dualshock 3 controller and support for both the PC and PS3 - the Ferrari Motors Gamepad becomes a direct contender in the gamepad market.

Thrustmaster Ferrari Motors Gamepad F430 @ Rbmods

Today we got an opportunity to review one of the newest products by XO Skins, BlackBerry Storm Skin. If you ever bought a new phone or some kind of new device then you know it is almost impossible to keep it scratch free. There are many products on the market which would protect your new phone from scratches and miscellaneous problems, but which one is the best one?

UMLan Article Release: XO Skins Storm Skin - Review

We all know that two is better than one, we have dual core CPUs, dual GPU video cards, and if you really want to get the most out of your storage, a set of SSDs in RAID will boost your performance noticeably. We tested 6 different RAID stripe sizes and 3 different RAID configs in 4 different storage benchmarks, some synthetic, others real world operations. More than 1200 benchmarks results summed up in a few charts.

RAID 0 Stripe Sizes Compared with SSDs: OCZ Vertex Drives Tested @ Madshrimps

AMD has delivered a couple of firsts over the past few months, and it's keeping the tradition going with its release of the market's first $100 DirectX 11-capable graphics card. Despite its budget status, the HD 5670 retains the HD 5000-series' impressive power consumption and low idle temperatures, along with AMD's multi-monitor Eyefinity support.

ATI's Radeon HD 5670 - DirectX 11 for $100 @ Techgage.com

LanCool's line of Dragon Lord computer cases offer two great advantages over many competitors. The first is the amount of customization they provide in choosing a stock model. Rather than simply providing one high end case and one low end case they provide options for several intermediate levels. The second advantage offered by LanCool is their tool-less designs. Many tool-less designs of the past have suffered from compatibility or usability problems. LanCool uses a fresh approach to alleviate the problems of the past while still providing the option to fall back on conventional installation. Benchmark Reviews recently reviewed the PC-K56W which offers snap-in hard drive assemblies. We now bring you the PC-K58W which extends the tool-less design, offers more space, more features, and more room to upgrade.

LanCool Dragon Lord PC-K58W Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

Who does not know it: The computer send converted, integrated a water cooling in the housing, but the Stromkabel lie all over in the housing and do not fit coloured not the remainder of the inner feelings. Now the possibility presents itself of buying simple extensions of the desired cables and this if necessary even of sleeven. This does not however only cost a nice Sümmchen, but also some at time must be invested for this. At the end it is not even sure that the result wished itself also as out-looked as one it. NZXT, among other things admits for housings, power packs and exhaust price increases, offers since short finished gesleevte cables, which the inner feelings of the computer revaluations are. Whether the cables serve their purpose and above all whether them their money are worth, experience you on the following pages.

NZXT Premium Sleeved Cables

"The NVIDIA ION platform and Intel Atom processors are getting increasingly popular. Vendors are launching new motherboards, nettops, and netbooks based on the "Ionized Atom". The reason for such popularity is simple: ION is presently the only option for a supercompact, relatively inexpensive, and potentially noiseless HTPC or an entry-level gaming computer."

iXBT Labs Review: ASUS AT3N7A-I Motherboard

It gives me a great pleasure to introduce to you Ineo Technology. Ineo Technology specializes in high tech enclosures and pc accessories. Today we were given a chance to review one of the signature products I-NA208U. I-NA208U is a business oriented unit which allows you to hold your business card along with a 2.5" hard drive. This unit is powered by USB and offers style as well as accessibility for its users. Lets take a closer look at I-NA208U and see what else it has to offer.

Ineo Technology I-NA208U - Review

Twin Sector is a thrilling physics-based action-adventure for the PC that allows players free interaction with their environment. Using the advantages of the powerful HAVOK®-Engine, innumerable puzzles, challenges and enemies await the players in a hostile and threatening futuristic environment.  Featuring more than 15 missions -- alongside a thrilling story line unfolding over the course of action -- Twin Sector appeals to core gamers worldwide.

Got Game Entertainment LLC Twin Sector - Review

Some Socket AM3 motherboards with AMD 7xx chipset were already tested at ocinside.de and today the Sapphire PI-AM3RS785G is overclocked and tested. The micro ATX motherboard is based on the AMD 785G chipset with SB710 southbridge and it has a HD4200 onBoard graphics unit with 128MB sideport memory. This combination was already very powerful in previously tested AMD 785G standard ATX boards. In the current review we will see if the Sapphire micro ATX motherboard performance is also impressive and if it is recommendable for example to build a HTPC.

Sapphire PI-AM3RS785G AMD Socket AM3 DDR3 Micro ATX Motherboard Review

Today AMD announced the availability of their Radeon HD 5670 Series. HIS has chosen to design a custom PCB and uses an Arctic Cooling thermal solution to keep their card cool. Even though it uses an active fan, the card is easily one of the quietest cards on the market, underlining its potential media PC use.

HIS Radeon HD 5670 IceQ 512 MB @ techPowerUp

In July 2009, NVIDIA began the transition to a 40nm manufacturing technology with two new models destined for the low end market: the GeForce GT 210 and GT 220. They were actually never destined to be sold as full retail cards but as the market has developed, NVIDIA now has full retail version of both of them.   The basic model (GT 210) has the “gt218” GPU which has 16 “CUDA cores”; a 64-bits interface; 512MB GDDR2 memory; 1 D-Sub, 1 DVI and 1 HDMI exit. The reference model runs on the following frequencies: 589MHz, 1402MHz and 790MHz (GPU/Shader/Memory). It replaces the old 9400 GT in NVIDIAS lineup.   The NVIDIA GT 220 reference card is based upon the “GT216” GPU which has 48 “CUDA cores”; a 128-bits interface; 1024MB GDDR3 memory; 1 D-Sub; 1 DVI and 1 HDMI exit. The reference model runs on the following frequencies: 625MHz, 1360MHz and 790MHz (GPU/Shader/Memory). It sells at around $60-$80 and it replaces the old 9600 GT and 9500 GT cards...

Review of ZOTAC GeForce GT 220 1GB GDDR3


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