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AMD introduces Radeon HD 6990

Move over 5970, the new king of the hill is here. AMD's top end card, the dual-GPU Antilles or for easier references the Radeon HD 6990 has arrived. The Radeon HD 6990 is clocked at…

Nvidia ships One Billionth GeForce chip

2011 is shaping up to be a good year for Nvidia as the company reaches the one billionth GeForce GPU milestone mark. Note that the achievement states 1 billion GPUs shipped, not just manufactured. Who…

ATI unveils Radeon HD 6870 and HD 6850

ATI's much awaited 6000-series graphics line has just been unveiled and will be available for public consumption soon. In response, Nvidia dropped prices for it's GTX 470 and GTX 460 1GB (now just $199 wow!).…

Intel slashes Chip Prices

With Sandy Bridge's release just around the corner, Intel has dropped prices on several of it's current processor line. View the pricelists after the jump. Read More

Dell Compares PCs vs Macs

With Microsoft putting up it's own PC vs Mac comparison (guess who wins on this one?), Dell ups the ante by erecting a similar page comparing Apples to Apples. Apples to Apples?  Huh? For some…

ATI Beats Nvidia in GPU Shipment Battle in…

AMD is doing quite well with the GPU market thanks to ATI's lead in DirectX 11 parts, the Radeon 5000 series. As always, ATI's offerings have offered the best price to performance ratio across all…

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Sharp unveils 100GB Blu-ray Disc

Still popping DVDs? How about a 100GB BluRay disc to replace all that? Sharp has recently announced that it will be the first Blu-Ray disc maker to launch a recordable triple layer Blu-ray format with…

Nvidia’s $200 GPU King: GeForce GTX 460

The release of the very first Fermi cards brought in mixed reactions. While it received praise for the architecture, speed and raw power, a lot more were disappointed at the cost and power consumption of…