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Today is the official launch of the 2006 World Cyber Games in Singapore and Intel kicked off the event at the National University of Singapore with a gaming galore and an all important message about Intel technology enabling entertainment and education globally.
You are right to have thought that the GeForce 7600 GT is the rightful 'successor' to the GeForce 6600 GT. But NVIDIA is not done yet and the real GeForce 6600 GT killer is none other than the GeForce 7600 GS, a card that blurs the distinction between the low and mid-range with its price and performance.
MSI's first CrossFire motherboard for the AMD platform isn't some overpriced enthusiast monster. In fact, this little baby is priced so reasonably, it may have slipped the notice of many gamers. Looking for native multi-GPU without the fluff? Then you need to read this review.
The successor to the hardy GeForce 6600 GT has finally dawned upon us and it's none other than the GeForce 7600 GT. ASUS scrambled their EN7600GT to our test labs and we put it through its paces to find out what surprises the GeForce 7600 GT has in store for you.
Just when you thought that most graphics card vendors have all moved to the newer GeForce 7 series, MSI launches a spanking new GeForce 6600 DDR2 card which looks like a million dollars, with its golden trimmings on a black PCB. But does it have substance beneath all that MSI style? Read on to find out.
We close off our IDF Spring 2006 updates with some insights into the enterprise arena, a look into how Intel brings the battle to AMD not only in the desktop space, but most aggressively in the server market. Lastly, if Formula 1 is a little too fast, we have one that is just sitting here.
Our final installment of our CeBIT Hannover 2006 coverage features products from MSI, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Corsair, A-DATA, iRiver, Toshiba, Sanyo and HIS. We also visited the WCG Euro Championship as well as an on-going case mod competition at the fair.
Can the newly established GeForce 7900 GTX reclaim NVIDIA's lost performance crown of graphics cards from the Radeon X1900 XTX? You'll find that out and more as we dwell into the ASUS EN7900GTX offering.
In this next part of our CeBIT Hannover 2006 coverage, we look at products from ASUS, asetek, BenQ, DFI, Highpoint, Intel, Pretec, Promise Technology, Samsung, SiS and Thermaltake.
In today's CeBIT Hannover 2006 update, we will be looking at products from AOpen, Foxconn, NEC, MSI, OCZ, PowerColor, Razer, Shuttle, Silverstone and Kingmax.