1. Rob Williams

    Gigabyte Shows Off its Graphics Card Line-up

    At last week's CES, I met up with our good friends at Gigabyte to see all of what was new from the company for Q1, and as you could expect, there were many, many motherboards, and likewise, many graphics cards. I'll focus on the GPU side of things here, and as you can see below, the company had...
  2. Rob Williams

    NVIDIA Releases 4GB Quadro FX 5800

    From our front-page news: Last month, NVIDIA unveiled a special Quadro model, CX, which was designed with Adobe's latest CS4 suite in mind. One that offers the perfect blend of speed and features to give all of what professionals will need while sitting at their desk. Today, the company...
  3. Rob Williams

    Apple's Upcoming MacBook's to Use NVIDIA Chipsets & GPUs

    From our front-page news: After countless rumors, Apple's October 14th press event is official, and there's no question that it will be new MacBook's they'll be showing off, and little else. Both MacBook lines are to be not only refreshed, but overhauled. The most popular rumor is that the new...
  4. Rob Williams

    NVIDIA at a Disadvantage Due to their Choice of Solder?

    From our front-page news: NVIDIA hasn't been having the best of news to pass around lately, and it sure doesn't look like that run is going to end anytime soon. New reports out of the Electronic Thin Film lab of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of California...
  5. Rob Williams

    Palit Radeon HD 4870 X2 1GB - AMD Reclaims GPU Supremacy

    AMD triumphantly returns with a GPU so powerful, it might just send NVIDIA's engineers scrambling back to the drawing board. AMD has gone too long without a real high-end graphics card to compete with the competition, but they're done with the pity, and prove it with the HD 4870 X2, which...
  6. Rob Williams

    Apple to Skip Intel Chipsets in Upcoming MacBook Lineup?

    From our front-page news: When Apple first jumped onto the Intel bandwagon, fans cheered. Making the move to an x86 processor meant great compatibility, and given Intel's most-recent track-record, it also meant getting a much faster product. Well if recent reports are to be believed, then Apple...