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ASUS unveils new Radeon HD 5000 series of graphics cards

Radeon HD 5000 seriesASUS, one of the world’s largest suppliers of high performance hardware components, has announced the debut of a new line of EAH5000 series graphics cards, designed to take advantage of the features and specifications of AMD’s new Radeon graphics processors. The new series consists of three cards based on GeForce 5970, the HD 5770 and 5750, are designed to support overclocking, performance and effective cooling solution.

Kicking off with EAH5970/G/2DIS/2GD5 new model of the enterprise, users can cope with the latest high-end GPUs from AMD had, but with support for overclocking. The card itself is equipped with a reference clock speeds, a 725MHz engine clock, 2 GB of GDDR5 memory 2 x 256-bit interface and a clock speed of 4000MHz. Additional features include HDMI, DVI and Display Port connector and support for ATI CrossFire technology and Eyefinity.

The interesting part about the new model is that it comes with ASUS Tweak voltage technology, which essentially allows the user to their GPUs to increase the voltage from 1.05V to 1.35V, which is the core of the GPU to be tweaked from 725MHz to 950MHz while memory can go up to 5012MHz, according to Asus. These tweaks says that the end user to provide a performance increase of around 31%.

The EAH5770 and EAH5750 are equipped with the formulation of the company’s cooling solution, with its own Micro finish for a cup of wastage of up to 14% improvement. In addition, the two boards equipped with the company’s Xtreme Design, which GamerOSD SmartDoctor and applications, including real-time overclocking.

As numbers go, the two boards sport core speed of 850MHz and 700MHz, respectively. Both are equipped with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory works at speeds of 4800MHz and 4600MHz, respectively, while the connectivity DVI, HDMI and D-Sub contained.

No word on pricing yet, but the upper Radeon HD 5970-model will be available bundled with Colin McRae: Dirt 2, one of the most anticipated games this year applications.

Intel reportedly plans new 30W Nehalem processors for microservers

Intel, the world’s leading supplier of computer processors, is reportedly planning a new two-core processor designed for servers and is based on “Clarksdale” core. According to the information available for the new processor will be assessed at only 30W, since it is designed to power a new segment of the computer system, the “micro servers”, which first talked about the company at its Developer Forum, held former husband

Said 30W processor is trumpeted by the chip maker at IDF 2009 was held between September 22 and September 24 at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, will use Intel’s Nehalem microarchitecture will be equipped with a core speed of 2.26GHz. With these specifications, focused Chip Zilla on chip to be used in a new series of low power micro-servers, which would be an alternative for customers looking for an inexpensive solution to a good performance ratio in some applications.

“We are defining a new form factor allows companies to present a uni-processor [machine] may reasonably … and cost-effective and easy to implement,” Jason Waxman, Intel’s high-density computing boss said in a recent news article in the Register.

Intel’s reference design of the system contains a bound PCB size, full of 1.86GHz quad-core Lynnfield “processor, rated at 45W and linked to four DIMM memory. Although this system a chip already on the market used to it their customers to choose a processor that will be a total power of 25W and 75W max out at idle when the performance increases.

Intel claims that for some customers, this type of solution is a bit comfortable and safe, as it replaces the need for virtualization and provides the right root access only to the consumer.

Intel said to be planning launch of Atom N450 for January 3rd

Intel said to be planning launch of Atom N450 for January 3rd
As you may have read recent articles, Santa Clara, California-based Intel is preparing a new wave of Atom processors launch, aimed at low-end netbook and nettop segments computer. Part of the next generation of business netbook platform, codenamed Pine Trail, the new processors are expected to a large number of new computing power. In this we can show that a possible date for the launch of the new chip maker Pineview, Georgia-based Atom processor, designed for a coming wave of new netbooks: the Atom N450. There are also leaked information about the start date for another new Atom processor, N470, which increases the clock frequency 1.86GHz.

According to a recent news article at Fudzilla, the new Atom N450 of January 3, 2010, just days until the premiere of the upcoming CES 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The new package of solutions to the CPU, memory controller and graphics on the same chip, allowing PC vendors to create new netbooks with a lower power consumption. The processor will be clocked at 1.66GHz, the same as the current model N280, but no lift in performance compared to the original Atom N270 on most netbooks available today.

In addition, Intel is a report on the website works on the task of launching an improved performance Atom N470 model, with a core speed of 1.86GHz and is said to be scheduled for release sometime in March. Also been developed for netbook systems, new Atom N470 will sport the same 512KB cache size and fit into the same sockets FCBGA8. Intel also aims to provide its customers with a current range of desktop or nettop Atom processors, including a new dual-core and single-core model, since the first days of January, notes the report.

As pricing goes, is the new N450 is expected to be available for U.S. $ 64 to start a U.S. $ 20 increase over the current N270. The N470 will be available for a slightly higher price tag of U.S. $75 when it will be in March.

Toshiba announces the Qosmio G60 with SpursEngine and Blu-ray

Toshiba announces the Qosmio G60 with SpursEngine and Blu-ray
The portable PC market is growing rapidly, with all new platforms have recently developed and has enabled the system vendors to develop new design and end-users a new level of adaptation and new features. This note shows that Toshiba has not been updated in a line of portable computer systems, the company recently updated the Qosmio G60 laptop, a 18.4-inch mix of pride and a cell-based SpursEngine high-definition video co-processor a Blu-ray optical drive.

Toshiba’s new Qosmio G60 laptop (also known as the MX Dynabook in the Asian market) is pleased to offer customers a choice for a high-performance processor, the integration of Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 processor with a core speed of 2.53. Otherwise, the device also packs 4GB of RAM and 500GB hard drive, pretty much what you would expect from a potential desktop computer. There is also an ATI Radeon 230M GT graphics processing unit, two TV tuners and a 18.4-inch full HD 1080p panel.

Pretty impressive specifications for a laptop that would clearly be your portable multimedia systems. However, Toshiba went all in on this, choosing to take a cell-based SpursEngine high-definition video co-processor, which is useful when trying to HD movies will be available via the machine’s built-in Blu-ray optical discs simultaneously. As you may know, Toshiba has chosen to switch to more attractive Windows 7 operating system, which is expected out on October 22, when the Qosmio G60 is expected to begin in Japan.

Unfortunately there is no information on whether the laptop will be launched in areas outside the country, or what the price will be. But users in Japan will be able to get a next month for around U.S. $ 2457th

Acer unveils 11.6-inch AMD Congo-powered Ferrari One netbook

Acer has definitely established himself as one of the world’s largest suppliers of ultra-portable, also low power and low cost computer systems, so-called netbooks. Online vendor PC Aspire One netbooks are among some of the most popular choices for netbook fans, thanks to its design and high build quality.

However, it seems to have taken things to a new level by introducing a new model that will be part of its Ferrari line of portable computer systems. Netbook, which has a 11.6-inch screen, also comes with a rather unique list of hardware specifications, namely the Congo AMD’s platform, a step up from the current Intel Atom-based product.

Acer’s new netbook Ferrari manage to impress at different levels, thanks to a unique, Ferrari F1-branded exterior design, with a low power AMD processor and a very capable integrated graphics chipset. Ferrari dubbed task, the new Acer netbook is powered by the AMD Athlon X2 processor L310, running at a core speed of 1.2GHz with 1MB L2 cache and associated. The system works on M780G chipset includes the ATI Radeon 3200 graphics chip, a step up from the X1250 graphics chip for HP Pavilion laptop DV2.

Other hardware highlights include integrated Draft-N Wireless Solutions, Bluetooth, HSDPA and an optional six-cell 5600mAh battery. The 11.6-inch screen capable of carrying video and pictures on a screen resolution of 1366 x 768, while the integrated graphics supports hardware-accelerated, high-definition video can offer. The system also comes with Dolby Home Theater solution and has obviously going to cost € 499 a starting point.

Based on an Intel-based Aspire One netbook, the new Ferrari, a solution is expected to go on sale from 22 October in much the same day as the launch of Microsoft’s long awaited Windows 7 OS release.

Intel-Based MID from Trigem in January 2009

It appears that Intel’s Mobile Internet Device (MID) platform, codenamed Menlow, is going to make its way into yet another new product, which will be released by Averatec’s Trigem. Coming as a 4.8-inch touchscreen portable computing device, the Lluon Mobbit has been designed to provide its users with an easy to use Internet-capable portable
system. One of the aspects that separate the Mobbit from all the other MIDs out there is the use of a Windows XP operating system over a Linux OS, used for most MIDs.

Trigem’s MID is going to be built on an Intel Atom Z520 processor, running at a core speed of 1.3GHz. It will combine 1GB of RAM memory with a choice of 30GB HDD or 16GB SSD to deliver decent performance level and storage. Additional features include built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and WiBro, a 2MPweb camera, DMB-T TV tuner and the US15W chipset known for supporting hardware video decoding.

This MID’s small 4.8-inch screen is able to render 1024 by 600 pixel images, very pleasant for using the Internet. The device itself measures 166 x 88 x 21mm and is expected to weigh 375g, basically providing almost everything required for a fast and on-the-go Internet connection, in a small and light weight form factor. Given its support for a hard disk drive, the Lluon Mobbit could easily be used as a portable media player.

It is expected to become available for the low price of $411 sometime in January 2009. Given the aforementioned specifications and price tag, the device has a real market potential as it will be listed at a price tag close to that of most high end PMPs, but coming to deliver the performance and specifications of a small PC.