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  1. Kinc, Crotale reclaim 3DMark 06 record - 29,147 points
  2. nForce 780i SLI and Tri-SLI: possible release dates?
  3. Nvidia prepares GeForce 9-series for February?
  4. Bug-free Phenom 2.6GHz+ samples are in the wild
  5. First triple-core Phenoms arriving February
  6. GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB reviewed early
  7. Samsung launch 1TB Spinpoint hard disk drive
  8. AMD Quad FX platform comes to an end
  9. Next generation Radeon's to be "multi-core"
  10. More GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB pictures surface
  11. AMD toying with potential Ageia acquisition
  12. nForce 680i doesn't support Yorkfield, Wolfdale
  13. Nvidia delays 512MB 8800 GTS to December 11th
  14. Dell adds a 15" XPS laptop to their lineup.
  15. G92 8800GTS Features A Tilted Cooler
  16. AMD Phemon 2.4GHz CPU postponed
  17. G92 8800GTS Features A Tilted Cooler.
  18. AMD Phemon 2.4GHz CPU postponed!
  19. Asus reducing proportion of AMD-powered notebooks
  20. G92 8800GTS Features A Tilted Cooler.
  21. Windows XP SP3 brings a 10% performance boost
  22. Phenom X2, X3 prematurely benchmarked
  23. Forum antics: What's on your Christmas list?
  24. Firefox 3.0 beta 1 available and reviewed
  25. More Radeon HD 3600 series information, pictures
  26. 780i to bring Hybrid SLI to desktops through AMD chip
  27. Nvidia prepares nForce 780i SLI for December
  28. Crysis is a trilogy, says Cevat Yerli
  29. Abit's IX48-MAX motherboard pictured
  30. Asus P5E-VM HDMI with G35 chipset revealed
  31. Nvidia release 8800M GTX for notebooks
  32. Nvidia's 8800 GT 256MB prematurely tested
  33. AMD prepare 55nm HD 2600 successor
  34. Intel unleash QX9770 samples to suffocate Phenom launch...
  35. AMD debut first Phenom processors
  36. Tri-SLI only offers a 26% improvment over SLI at high-res
  37. Intel X48 is still nothing special: compared to X38
  38. Nvidia bumps G98 launch to December this year
  39. EVGA accidentally reveal Nvidia's next graphics cards!
  40. Intel Wolfdale E8500 tested at 4.7GHz on air
  41. Geforce 8800 GTS 512MB (G92) pictured
  42. AMD release Radeon HD 3800-series - first reviews out
  43. Radeon HD 3870 X2 pictured in Crossfire and more
  44. eGames & Entertainment Expo 2007 - day 2 walkabout
  45. Tri-SLI to work on 8800 GT and lower end boards?
  46. Intel roll-out first Penryn-based processors
  47. More Radeon HD 3800-series benchmarks appear
  48. AMD Phenom retail-box snapped
  49. 8800 GTS with 112SP's still too much for the 8800 GT
  50. Phenom launching at 2.3GHz - 2.6GHz next year
  51. AMD announce FireStream 9170 GPGPU
  52. Nvidia reports record quarterly revenue of $1.12 billion
  53. Radeon HD 3800-series costs $217-268 USD on Buy.com
  54. AMD's HD 3800-series presentation leaked
  55. D8E, D8P, D8M - Nvidia's new codenames explained
  56. Radeon HD 3870 X2 board finally pictured
  57. Nvidia prepares "D8E" - the 7950 GX2's successor
  58. AMD planning dual GPU RV670 board for this year?
  59. AMD inaudibly release HD 2900 GT: first benchmarks appear
  60. Google announce Android - a new mobile operating system
  61. Asrock to enter mid-high end motherboard market
  62. nForce 780i delayed until late December: has “Penryn issues”
  63. Diamond prematurely release HD 3850, 3870 specs
  64. Gainward prepare passive 8800 GT
  65. G92-powered 8800 GTS to arrive December 3, cost $308 USD
  66. Nvidia vs. Nvidia: where each board stands
  67. Hack allows Crysis DX10 eye candy under XP
  68. SLI drivers for X38 in the wild
  69. Gigabyte GA-780SLi-DS5 board pictured
  70. Qimonda producing GDDR5 samples
  71. Nvidia accidentally confirms G92 powered 8800 GTS
  72. Google preparing Gmail 2.0: plots against Facebook
  73. 8800 GTS 640MB with 112 SP’s beats 8800 GT in Crysis
  74. G92 isn’t done yet: another board coming this year?
  75. HIS bring HD 2600 XT HDMI to AGP
  76. 40GB PlayStation 3 goes 65nm
  77. Two million Leopards sold: causing frequent crashes
  78. Crysis goes gold: under three weeks to go…
  79. Tri-SLI is overrated: first benchmarks appear
  80. AMD talks DirectX 10.1
  81. Phenom X4 can't keep up with Intel in Crysis
  82. Intel launches Yorkfield-based QX9650
  83. Nvidia's 8800 GT officially launched
  84. Another 8800 GT review: beats GTX at lower resolutions
  85. SLI doesn't work in Crysis... yet
  86. Diamond mix 'n match Crossfire with "xDNA"
  87. Leopard unveiled: goes head-to-head against Vista
  88. AMD's 770 chipset logo revealed
  89. AMD's 790 FX chipset hits 510Mhz FSB!
  90. Sparkle unveil 8600 GTS with LCD screen
  91. Apple limits iPhone sales to two-per-customer
  92. ForceWare 169.01 beta released for Crysis demo
  93. Crysis demo released: on nZone and Fileshack!
  94. OCZ acquires Hypersonic PC
  95. Gigabyte, MSI 8800 GT pictured
  96. Q&A with Crytek CEO, Cevat Yerli...
  97. 790FX and 770 boards from Asus and DFI pictured
  98. Intel 'Eaglelake' arriving Q2, '08
  99. nForce 780i SLI reviewed - falls short of expectations
  100. First GeForce 8800 GT review - tops 2900 XT, 8800 GTS
  101. Gigabyte X48-DQ6 and X48T-DQ6 pixelized
  102. 3DMark 2008 system requirements revealed
  103. AMD moving to 45nm H1, '08 - Phenom, RV670 next month
  104. Xbox 360 surpass Wii sales in September
  105. Cooler Master announce Hydra 8800 cooler
  106. Radeon HD 3870, 3850 (RV670) pictures surface
  107. Western Digital demonstrates highest HDD density
  108. MSI's September graphics-card shipments reach historical high
  109. Futurmark release PCMark Vantage
  110. Foxconn eager for 8800GT's launch - leaks product page
  111. AMD lose $396 million in Q3: revenue up 18%
  112. OCZ announce new "Titanium-series" DDR2 modules
  113. Hitatchi aims for 4TB HDD's in 2011
  114. Dual-core Phenom's are now branded Athlon
  115. Fugger returns to IDF: QX9770 at 5.8 GHz
  116. Intel records record Q3 revenue - $10.1 billion USD
  117. RV670 to power Radeon 3800 series?
  118. Intel planning QX9775 for Skulltrail platforms
  119. CoolIT Systems offer up to 30% discount on trade-in
  120. Intel displays 45nm mobile quad-core
  121. Intel Yorkfield hits 6GHz - 500Mhz FSB
  122. Call of Duty 4 PC / Unreal Tournament 3 beta demo
  123. Windows XP SP3 beta in the wild
  124. Catalyst 7.10 released: 80% better CrossFire performance
  125. Intel's X38 chipset launched
  126. AMD cooking up three/four-way CrossFire, also?
  127. GeForce 8800 GTX, Ultra prime suspects for three-way SLI
  128. AMD: we can change dates too - RV670 on November 15th
  129. Nvidia's 8800 GT has 112 shader processors
  130. MSI announce K9A2 Platinum: first RD790 board
  131. Quad-core Phenom 9-series: possible clocks, models
  132. Asus announce PCIe Xonar D2X and external U1
  133. Nvidia's 8800 GT (G92) still arriving this month
  134. Crysis system requirements revealed!
  135. More GeForce 8800GT pictures surface
  136. Seagate launches Momentus 5400 - their first hybrid drive
  137. AMD's R680 appears in Catalyst beta drivers
  138. AMD's R680 appears in Catalyst beta drivers
  139. Functional RV670, RD790, Phenom X4 system demonstrated
  140. Dual GPU "HD 2950 X2X" in the works?
  141. Nvidia to discontinue 320MB 8800GTS?
  142. New RivaTuner enables independent shader overclocking
  143. Nvidia's 8800GT pixelized: arriving October 29
  144. 8800 GTS 640MB scheduled for a speed bump
  145. Existing Core 2 Duo days are numbered - extinct Jan. '08
  146. 65nm 'Falcon' CPU hits Xbox 360 Halo 3 bundle
  147. ForceWare 163.71 now available: XP supported
  148. Nvidia's nForce 780i SLI inbound November 12?
  149. Intel prepares first X48 board for Q1, '08
  150. HD 2950 (RV670) to launch on November 19?
  151. Club 3D announce first HD 2900 GT
  152. Uberclok release affordable overclocked gaming rigs
  153. Corsair sees 2GHz DDR3 memory in Jan. '08
  154. Microsoft delay XP execution until June 2008
  155. Intel Yorkfield goes on record-breaking rampage, again
  156. Athlon X2 5000+ Black Edition has potential - 3.5GHz
  157. Radeon HD 2900 GT coming in short supply on Oct. 8
  158. Crysis Multiplayer Beta Screenshots
  159. Nvidia's G92 to power 8800 GT?
  160. Halo 3 pays off $170 million on day one: overloading Xbox Live
  161. First GeForce 7-series IGP boards arrive
  162. Intel Penryn prices revealed: mobile, quad and dual core
  163. AMD RV670 board pixelized
  164. Nvidia prepares next-gen chipsets for November
  165. Another HD 2900 Pro review - this time in english
  166. AMD officially announces HD 2900 Pro
  167. AMD release their dark side: X2 5000+ "Black Edition"
  168. Apple update to kill unlocked iPhones
  169. Unlocked AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ in the works
  170. Halo 3: reviews from around the net
  171. First HIS HD 2900 Pro review online
  172. Nvidia set to shift GeForce 7-series to chipsets
  173. Early Halo 3 buyers inundated with scratched discs
  174. Folding@Home project surpasses a petaflop
  175. PC makers can now offer a Vista "downgrade" option
  176. Report: new iPod nano is immensely overpriced
  177. AMD's HD 2900GT does indeed exist
  178. Crysis single-player demo delayed
  179. Western Digital expands "My Book" series
  180. Apple admits faulty iPod Touch screens
  181. AMD RV670 (HD 2950) early information and pictures
  182. Intel Skulltrail system benchmarked
  183. AMD has a "dark side" - set free September 25
  184. Intel unveil next-gen mobile platform, Montevina
  185. IBM unleash Lotus Symphony: another free office suite
  186. Intel Skulltrail system pixelated
  187. AMD announce more embedded Athlons: 8W TDP
  188. XFX announce fastest 320MB 8800GTS
  189. ForceWare 163.69 now available
  190. Intel demonstrate first working 32nm chip
  191. Intel Nehalem operating with 8 cores, 16 threads
  192. Intel's Penryn to arrive on November 12
  193. Intel's Yorkfield breaks seven world records
  194. Akasa announce 'Revo' thermodynamic cooler
  195. Xbox 360 sales double PS3's in August
  196. "SuperSpeed" USB 3.0 offers 4.8 Gbits/s
  197. Pre-order HD 2900Pro on OCUK: shipping Sept. 30
  198. Google set to launch new satellite: improve Google Earth
  199. Intel to postpone new naming scheme
  200. Intel acquire physics mob Havok
  201. New iPods exclusively locked to iTunes
  202. HIS unveil first HD 2900Pro 512MB
  203. AMD confirm addition of three-core Phenom's
  204. First Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 retail pictures
  205. iPod Touch gets positive review: iPhone screen better
  206. Razer goes mobile: Pro|Click now available
  207. Intel X38 coming this month - X48 slated for Q1
  208. Apple now refunding $100 to early iPhone buyers
  209. Windows stealth updates: Microsoft respond...
  210. Vista search changes inbound in SP1
  211. OCZ unleash Vendetta CPU cooler
  212. Kinc reclaims 3DMark05 record: 35,368
  213. Nvidia announce cheaper Quadro FX boards
  214. MSI release AM2+ support list: new nForce chipsets mentioned
  215. AMD's Phenom logos revealed
  216. Asus release their first nForce 680i LT board
  217. Scythe unveil new Ninja Mini cooler
  218. SuperTalent, G.Skill unveil new DDR3 modules
  219. Google logo tastelessly hacked...
  220. AMD reclaim some lost ground last quarter
  221. Pre-order the 'Orange Box' and test Team Fortress 2
  222. Linux driver 8.41.7 from AMD released
  223. Guitar Hero III headed for PC and Mac
  224. Crysis multiplayer demo available for paid FilePlanet users
  225. Apple's iPod Nano, Classic dissected
  226. Nvidia to scrap "Designed by NVIDIA" scheme
  227. iPhone sales reach one million: unlocking software available
  228. BioShock sequel in the works: 1.5m copies shipped
  229. 64GB SSD's now shipping in Dell, Alienware notebooks
  230. Triple layer HD DVD gets the thumbs up
  231. MickeyMouse busts Kinc's 3Dmark05 record - 34,792
  232. AMD release Catalyst 7.9
  233. Intel improves Q3 revenue expectations
  234. AMD launch Barcelona: Phenom expected in December
  235. Intel breaks ground for new fab in Dalian, China
  236. AMD to refresh HD 2400 and 2600 in January
  237. Quake Wars demo now available
  238. ECS RX780 and Abit X38 boards pixelized
  239. Asus P5E3 Deluxe sets new memory bandwidth record
  240. Apple's "Touch" moniker heading for a lawsuit
  241. PCI-E Ageia PhysX board pixelated
  242. Firefox eclipses 400 million downloads
  243. Seagate announce 1TB encrypted hard drive
  244. G92 reference is 9-inches long: G98 to replace 8400GS?
  245. nForce 680i can run CrossFire
  246. AMD to webcast Barcelona launch later today
  247. MSI launch HD 2600 Pro for AGP
  248. AMD's Henri Richard now at Freescale
  249. MSI launch HD 2600 Pro for AGP
  250. Asus announce Silent Knight II CPU cooler