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Computex Taipei 2006 continues and we'll be looking at what's happening with Gigabyte, EPoX, SiS and VIA this time round. There is also more from ASUS, more details of Foxconn's CPU coolers in the pipeline and some interesting items from Zalman other than those round coolers.
Absolutely able to make you melt is LG's KG800 Chocolate mobile phone. Delicious and alluring are some words to describe it. Unfortunately to some of us...it just wasn't digestible...
Sony's first ever Digital SLR camera - the Alpha A100 - debuted today with a big splash and www.hardwarezone.com was present to witness this historical event. Sony has some ambitious plans for it and we've got the key details of this industry shaker covered in this article.
In our continuing Computex 2006 updates, we take a look at what ASUS, Chaintech, DFI, Scythe, Shuttle and Chi Mei/Chi Lin has to offer. We're looking at the latest in Intel and AMD platforms, systems, displays and cooling solutions so read on.
For Part 3 of our coverage of Computex Taipei 2006, we bring you updates from FIC, GECUBE, MSI, and Jetway. There was also some commotion over at Foxconn, so we decided to have a look.
If you've wondered if it's possible to run two systems with a single power supply unit, then the answer would definitely be a YES. We took it further with Intel's Core 2 Duo processors and running them silent with passive heatsinks. Find out more about this Computex Taipei 2006 technology demo at MSI's booth right here.
Globally renowned as the largest and most glorious component trade show for manufacturers to showcase their latest innovations and flex their technological arms for years, Computex 2006 did not disappoint as we were treated to cartloads of bleeding edge products once again.
AOpen has a new SFF casing that looks more like a souped up racing car than a mundane casing. Aimed at gamers who need a portable system to carry to LAN parties, the G325 screams extrovert loudly. So is this the casing for your gaming alter-ego? Read on to find out.
Instead of forcefully hitting higher clocks to edge out the competition, NVIDIA went with a more parallel design by incorporating two cards in SLI within the footprint of a 7900 GTX and delivered the 'cleverly' designed GeForce 7950 GX2 - a monster sandwich. If a 50% speed boost over the 7900 GTX interests you, this is it.
So you thought the GeForce 7950 GX2 was performance shattering? Just wait till you see the performance potential of going Quad SLI with a pair of these beauties. Though not officially ready for end-users, that didn't stop us from bridging two of the highest-performing graphics card solutions. Read on.