According to rumours ATi is getting ready to release a new graphics card next week, the Radeon 5830. This video card’s release has been delayed several times already, so don’t be surprised if it gets pushed back again.
Currently XFX is the only company to be offering the Alien vs. Predator bundle with ATI Radeon 5850, 5870 and 5770 graphics cards. AVP (Alien vs. Predator) as it stands is one of the few current DirectX11 supported games and visually looks stunning so should definitely boost sales for these XFX video cards.
Apple’s iPad is not the only product to hit the forthcoming tablet market, HP ‘s 3G enabled ‘slate PC’ and Microsoft’s unannounced ‘Courier’ are all in the pipeline and set to be competitively priced against the fruit shop’s latest creation.
ATI has released a video on YouTube which proves to potential customers who might be unsure attempting a graphics card upgrade just how simple it really is. The marketing ploy is directed at widening ATI’s target market.
Back in November Apple announced the 27” iMac; however, since then, the fruit shop has experienced never ending problems with shipping the iMac on time. According to Apple themselves, it seems the ATI graphics cards are the underlying core of the problem.
Sources have told us that XFX have confirmed to start overclocking their Radeon HD 5870. The card, which we’re hoping to be highly overclocked is expected to hit the market sometime this month.
One of the most popular peripheral manufacturers, Razer has unknowingly been distributing malware alongside its driver updates.
The latest addition to the HX series of professional PSUs, known as the HX650W has been unleashed by Corsair.
Trusted partners of Intel have been told that Intel is planning to release the Core i7 mobile versions of the Lynnfield quad-core CPUs at IDF, which is scheduled to being on the 23rd of September.