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  • XoticPC laptop, MSI motherboard, Nvidia & AMD GPUs

    Hard 'upThe EVGA GeForce GTX 580 FTW Hydro Copper 2 graphics card was reviewed by HotHardware. It received brownie points for its low operating temperatures, extreme quietness, room for overclocking, singleslot form, support for PhysX and CUDA and its lifetime warranty.
  • AMD, Nvidia, ASUS play musical chairs with staff shake-up

    It is the third high profile move in just a few days among the marketing departments of some of the top firms in the industry, with the surprise move of Matt Wright to graphics card manufacturer Nvidia coming not long after announcements that AMD had snapped up marketing expert Iain Bristow from Asu
  • ITC backs Rambus with probe into 34 hardware companies

    LawThe companies in question are: Freescale Semiconductor, Broadcom, LSI, Mediatek, Nvidia, STMicroelectronics N.V, STMicroelecronics, Inc., Asustek, Asus, Audio Partnership, Biostar Microtech (U.S.A.
  • ITC backs Rambus against Nvidia

    People shipping the gear included Asustek, Asus, BFG , Biostar, Diablotek, EVGA, G.B.T, Giga-Byte , HP, MSI, Micro-Star, Palit Multimedia, Pine Technology and Sparkle.
  • G.Skill announces 48GB RAM kit

    The RAM is designed for EVGA's Super Record 2 motherboard, which features just enough memory slots for the 12 sticks of RAM. It also has dual Intel Xeon LGA1366 CPU sockets which G.Skill has matched up on its RAM.
  • EVGA denies Exodus

    Motherboard maker EVGA has been suffering from a rumour that all its motherboard makers are leaving.
  • Sapphire takes over EVGA

    Computex 2010There are early reports from Computex that Sapphire Technology, maker of graphics cards, has taken over EVGA Corporation, which manufacturers consumer hardware for both Nvidia and Intel.
  • EVGA unveils monster motherboard

    EVGA has been hard at work on a new motherboard, the X58 FTW3, which has been quietly released for pre-order online.
  • Nvidia slapped for violating Rambus patents

    It could also result in a ban on imports from other Nvidia filled products including those made by Asus, BFG, Palit, Sparkle, MSI, Gigabyte, Biostar, EVGA, Pine Technology Holdings and International Diablotek. Dear oh dear, Nvidia.

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