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Tuesday news round up
Written by Hanners
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 19:10
Earlier on we took a look at ASUS' M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 motherboard, so don't miss our review. Otherwise, here's the rest of the our normal news round up.
CPUs, motherboards and video cards- Intel Core i7-970 performance preview at Tweak PC- PowerColor Radeon 5550 512MB DDR3 review at Pure Overclock- Jetway NC96FL-510-LF mITX Motherboard review at APH Network- ASUS P7H55-M Pro Motherboard review at Digit Life- Intel intros 32-nm CULV CPUs for thin-and-light notebooks at The Tech Report- Palit GeForce GTX 470 Dual Fan Video Card review at Tweak Town- HIS Radeon HD 5870 iCooler V Turbo review at Rage 3D- ASUS Sabertooth 55i Motherboard review at Modders Inc.- ASUS Crosshair IV Formula (AMD 890FX) Motherboard review at Tweak Town- Asus EAH5750 Formula 1GB review at Kit Guru- XFX RADEON HD 5770 1GB GDDR5 review at Mad Shrimps- Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5 Socket AM3 Motherboard review at Pro-Clockers- NVIDIA ForceWare 257.15 Performance Analysis at Tweak Town- ASUS Rampage III Extreme Motherboard review at Hardware Secrets- HIS Multi View II Adapter review at CCE ReviewsCases, cooling and power supplies- Thermaltake ToughPower XT 775 review at Kit Guru- Antec Sonata Elite Mid Tower Case review at Think Computers- Thermalright Venomous X CPU Cooler review at Future Looks- Thermaltake Armor A90 Computer Case review at APH Networks- Thermaltake Armor A90 Tower review at Pro-Clockers- Aerocool HorsePower 750 W Power Supply review at Hardware Secrets- Thermalright Spitfire amp; VRM-R5 VGA Cooler review at Pure Overclock- Zalman MS1000-HS2 Mid-Tower ATX Case review at Overclockers OnlineStorage and memory- Seagate Momentus-XT Solid State Hybrid Drive review at Benchmark Reviews- OCZ Vertex 2 E Series 120GB Solid State Drive review at Tweak Town- Western Digital VelociRaptor 600GB review at Tech Gage- Kingston HyperX DDR3-2400 amp; HyperX DDR3-1600 LoVo review at Hardware Heaven- OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive review at OCIA- Patriot Inferno SandForce SSD Kit review at Benchmark Reviews- Icy Dock SATA/USB EZ-DOCK MB881US-1S-1 review at techPowerUp- Kingston HyperX 4GB 1866MHz Low Voltage Dual Channel DDR3 Memory Kit review at Future Looks- G.Skill Phoenix 100GB SandForce SF-1200 Solid State Drive review at Tweak Town- Seagate Momentus XT Hybrid Platter/SSD review at Bjorn 3D- Startech S25SLOTR 2.5″ Removable Hard Drive Rack review at Kit Guru- 5-Way SSD Round-Up: Sandforce vs. JMicron at Hot HardwareAudio, video and input devices- Razer Imperator Mouse review at Hardware Secrets- QNAP NMP-1000 Media Player review at Missing Remote- Eagle Tech Arion ET-AR506-BK review at Bjorn 3D- Hercules Dualpix HD720p for Notebooks review at Test FreaksGaming- Red Dead Redemption - Xbox 360, PS3 review at HEXUS- Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - Xbox 360, PS3 review at HEXUS- Blur (Xbox 360) review at Kit Guru- StarCraft II - Press Day / Preview at Gaming HeavenView or post comments.
NVIDIA launches GeForce GTX 480M mobile GPU
Written by Hanners
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 16:18
They've done it incredibly quietly compared to the brouhaha of your average graphics board launch, but today sees NVIDIA launch their first mobile DirectX 11 GPU, named the GeForce GTX 480M.
Today we introduced the new GeForce GTX 480M GPU for Notebooks and with it we’re achieving some very impressive milestones. First, this is DirectX 11 done right for notebooks. Tessellation is the most important new feature for the DirectX 11 API, and the GeForce GTX 480M is a true tessellation monster for the notebook platform. It offers a dedicated Tessellation engine for up to 5x more performance than any other GPU.Second, with the power of the GeForce GTX 480M GPUs, notebook manufacturers can set new records for notebook performance. Put simply: If a notebook maker wants to build the fastest possible system on the planet, they will start with GeForce GTX 480M as its foundation.
Sadly there aren't any more details beyond PR fluff on the 'blog post itself, but we can confirm that the GeForce GTX 480M sports 352 Stream Processors clocked at 850MHz, with the rest of the core utilising a 425MHz clock speed.  The chip's GDDR5 memory is clocked at 1,200MHz by default.View or post comments.
Elite Bastards review: ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 motherboard
Written by Hanners
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 14:38
AMD's recent Phenom II X6 launch has arguably put the company back in the game in the eyes of some enthusiasts, but what motherboard should you pair a new AMD CPU with?  We take a look at ASUS' M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 which makes use of AMD's newest 890GX chipset (complete with integrated graphics) and SB850 south bridge, topped off with CPU core unlocking functionality and USB 3.0 support.  That makes for lots of tasty buzzwords, but how is the actual motherboard itself?
Despite the large leap in nomenclature, the basic configuration of the 890GX mirrors that of its direct predecessor the 785G exactly - Indeed, it's actually the same 55 nanometre, 200 million transistor chip, albeit speed binned to ensure that any 890GX parts are the cream of their respective crop.  These means that what we have here is an AM3 socket supporting part which can handle up to DDR3-1333MHz officially, with sixteen PCI Express 2.0 lanes reserved for graphics (with support for two electrical 8x slots for a CrossFire configuration if needed) and six PCI Express 2.0 lanes for other devices.The reason for this speed binning we just mentioned is all about those integrated graphics, allowing the 890GX to sport a GPU labelled the Radeon HD 4290 by AMD - This GPU supports DirectX 10.1 with a core clock speed of 700MHz (compared to 500MHz for the 785G's GPU), while holding the same complement of forty Stream Processors as its predecessor, complete with the same UVD 2.0 video decoding engine with support for dual-stream decoding and a full complement of video outputs (minus audio bitstreaming sadly, although audio pass-through for HDMI remains intact).  Although the Radeon HD 4290 shares system memory for its frame buffer, this part also features 128MB of DDR-1333 for its Sideport cache, designed to improve performance by offering the GPU at least some dedicated memory to work with.
ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 motherboard reviewView or post comments.
NVIDIA's VP for CUDA and PhysX moves to AMD?
Written by Hanners
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 10:04
If true, this is quite the coup for AMD...
Word has reached KitGuru that Manju Hegde, nVidia’s VP for CUDA and PhysX, is moving to AMD. What can we infer from the situation, when Vidia’s own VPs seem to believe that Fusion is the Future?The former professor of electrical engineering for Washington and Louisiana State Universities, founded Ageia in 2002 and has as responsible as anyone for putting physics and GPGPU centre stage in the evolving graphics market.As nVidia confirms, Hegde has been on a mission to improve game play and Jen Hsun Huang was so impressed with the physics guru’s talents that, after buying Ageia out, Hegde was given a critical role in leading the development and deployment not only of PhysX, but also CUDA.
KitGuru has the full story.View or post comments.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 preview
Written by Hanners
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 08:25
The fact that a GeForce GTX 465 SKU is on its way is hardly one of NVIDIA's better kept secrets, but how will it perform?  This preview using a pre-release sample of the board should give us some clues.
The name is rather odd, by the way. It would be logical for the new card to get a model number of 460 but Nvidia uses the digit 5, probably because the name “GeForce GTX 460” is reserved for a card with a simplified and even cheaper version of the GF100 core. Technically, the GeForce GTX 465 is the result of deactivation of one more processor cluster. Its GPU has only three such clusters left. The number of stream multiprocessors is reduced to 11, the number of ALUs, to 352. This is yet another odd number because the GeForce GTX 460 had been supposed to have 384 CUDA cores on board. The GF100 is already inferior to its predecessor in terms of texture-mapping units, and there are only 44 of them left in the GeForce GTX 465 – a ridiculously small number even compared with the GeForce GTX 275. This dramatic reduction in GPU resources will surely affect the performance of the new card in 3D applications. It might be justified if it helped improve the frequency potential. However, the GPU clock rates are the same as with the GeForce GTX 470, namely 607/1215 MHz. The RBE subsystem is all right: it is equivalent to that of the G200b-based cards and represented by 32 raster operators. The memory bus is only 256 bits wide, which is not good at all, even though the GeForce GTX 465 uses GDDR5. The GeForce GTX 275 had a peak memory bandwidth of 127 GBps with GDDR3, but the new card is slower at 102.7 GBps. Thus, we cannot expect the GeForce GTX 465 to perform fast at high resolutions and the reason is its low memory frequency of only 802 (3208) MHz. That’s not serious for modern GDDR5 memory chips.
X-Bit Labs have the full preview.View or post comments.
Futuremark announces 3DMark 11
Written by Hanners
Monday, 24 May 2010 17:56
Although DirectX 11 has been with us for a little while now along with compatible hardware, and we've even seen a handful of DirectX 11 game titles emerge, one thing has been missing from our experience of this latest iteration of Microsoft's API thus far - A new version of 3DMark.  We've known that it's been coming for a little while now, but today Futuremark have officially announced 3DMark 11, together with some screenshots, information and a High Definition video trailer.
You can find all of these details on our 3DMark 11 announcement page, but if you're too lazy to click, check out that video below.
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NVIDIA releases 256 series of GeForce/ION drivers
Written by Hanners
Monday, 24 May 2010 15:53
They've been promised ever since the launch of the GeForce GTX 400 series, and now they're here, with today marking the launch (albeit in beta form) of the first 256 series NVIDIA GeForce driver.  To mark the occasion, the official NVIDIA 'blog outlines what's new in this release.
New Visual Quality Modes – We are constantly striving to make the latest PC games not only run faster and smoother, but also look better. With this release, we’re offering new settings in the NVIDIA Control Panel for 3-way SLI customers that enable 48x SLI Antialiasing (96x for 3-way GTX 400 series PCs). We also added a new higher quality ambient occlusion setting in the NVIDIA Control Panel for more realistic scene shading.New Multi-GPU Setup Controls – If you’ve got more than one NVIDIA GPU in your PC, you want to have detailed controls for them in order to get the most out of your PC. Release 256 adds a new SLI and PhysX configuration page that not only makes setup easy but also gives you more control over how your GPUs are configured. So, if you want to pair two GPUs in SLI mode and dedicate the third to PhysX, no problem.  If you want to activate all three of your displays and then optimize for highest performance in that configuration—you’re golden. The new page even has real-time visual feedback. And, finally, for those customers that want to select which GPU their CUDA applications run on, the Manage 3D Settings page now has a ‘CUDA – GPUs’ option to enable this.
For the full run-down of what's new, take a look over here, while you can download this new driver from the links below:
Download NVIDIA GeForce/ION driver for Windows Vista/7 (32-bit)Download NVIDIA GeForce/ION driver for Windows Vista/7 (64-bit)Download NVIDIA GeForce/ION driver for Windows XP Home/ProfessionalDownload NVIDIA GeForce/ION driver for Windows XP Professional x64View or post comments.
From the vault – The original BioShock pitch
Written by Hanners
Monday, 24 May 2010 11:40
While I assume we're all familiar with the game BioShock and the world and game mechanics it brought us, wouldn't it be fascinating to know what the original pitch and concept for the title was?  Thankfully, Irrational Games have divulged just that, reproducing their pitch document for the game, which contains some fascinating information about the rather different original vision of this well-known title.
Ladies and gentlemen, it is our pleasure to present to you the pitch document for the original BioShock. This is the masterful fusion of design and marketing that Irrational initially presented to publishers, selling them on the idea of supporting our little odyssey beneath the waves.In the next few installments of From the Vault, we will divulge the myriad departures BioShock took from its original vision, but also show our readers just how much the game’s heart and soul stayed constant.   You will be made privy to our very first design concepts and original drafts of back-story.  You will read about game modes and features that fell by the wayside during the many years of production.  And you will stand in awe of visual interface mockups crafted by Mr. Ken Levine himself!
Check out the details on the Irrational Games web site.View or post comments.
Seagate Momentus XT 500GB reviews
Written by Hanners
Monday, 24 May 2010 10:16
While there is a lot to love about Solid State Drives in performance terms, when it comes to capacity and cost they still can't touch good old-fashioned mechanical hard disks.  But is there a way of attempting to merge some of the benefits of both devices?  Seagate think so, and this is resulting in the creation of their so-called "Hybrid" drives.
Seagate has had this drive in the works for a while now, and has finally taken the covers off of it. This new drive introduces radically new technology that bridges the gap between slower mechanical drives and the speed of the SSD’s. Seagate named this series Momentus XT and it is what they call a Hybrid Drive. The Momentus XT uses both the traditional HDD platters for maximum storage in addition to a small internal SSD for increased access speed.So what does this mean for the end user? With the Momentus XT, Seagate has developed a special algorithm that is called ”Adaptive Memory Technology”, which analyzes the users computing habits, such as if the user frequently opens Photoshop documents. The technology takes the most accessed files that Photoshop uses and stores them on the fast, 4GB SSD integrated on the drive. This allows the user to start the program faster because the data is pulled from the SSD, instead of having to spin the hard drive platters to seek the data. As the needs of the user changes, so does the data stored on the SSD of the drive. This also works for files pertaining to booting the operating system, email clients, games and more. The design of a traditional hard drive and the quickness of an SSD give a perfect balance between speed and storage space.
Check out how this first ever hybrid drive from Seagate performs from the reviews below:
- Overclockers Club- Anandtech- Hot Hardware
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Intel to launch new unlocked CPUs
Written by Hanners
Monday, 24 May 2010 08:03
AMD have enjoyed a monopoly on relatively low-priced CPUs with unlocked multipliers for the overclocking crowd for some time now - However, it's increasingly looking like that monopoly may come to an end, with yet more sources suggesting that we'll soon be seeing "K edition" CPUs hitting retail shelves from Intel.
The devil must be cracking out the ice-skates to get to work, because Intel is releasing some multiplier unlocked CPUs that aren't the super-expensive Extreme Edition variety. Instead we can expect to buy K-editions - specifically, the Core i7-875K and Core i5-655K CPUs very soon, as Intel intends to officially announce both on the 28th May.It's not strictly Intel's first, as the Chinese market alone was blessed with the Core 2 Duo E6500K CPU previously, but this will be the first international release of unlocked mainstream CPUs.
bit-tech has more information about the likely specifications of these particular parts.View or post comments.
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