MSI is one of the first, revealing the R6850-2PM2D2GD5 and R6870-2PM2D2GD5, which, according to Hexus, feature a clock speed of 800MHz or 880MHz respectively, 2GB of RAM, advanced vapour chamber fan control and come with 3DMark 11 bundled.
Seagate is going green with the new Barracuda Green hard disk drive, reported by StorageReview. This 3.5-inch low power eco-friendly device is the highest performing in its class, with a spin speed of 5900RPM, a 64MB cache, 5GB/s SATA interface, and capacities of 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB. Seagate has not yet revealed prices, however.
If an SSD is more to your liking, check out the new MKx001GRZB series enterprise-class SSDs from Toshiba. According to HotHardware, these 2.5-inch solid state drives come in capacities of 100GB, 200GB and 400GB, while delivering read speeds of 510MB per second and write speeds of 230MB per second. They will be available early in 2011.
TweakTown reviewed the V3 Avenger Core i7 930 Gaming Desktop PC, giving it a rating of 93 percent and the Best Features Award. It was praised for excellent gaming performance, including in 3D, as well as its good build quality and overclocking ability. It lost marks when the reviewers couldn’t get 3DMark Vantage to work with it.
DeviceMag brings news of the recently announced LG LW9500 and LW7700 series of full LED TVs. They should come packed with TruMotion 240Hz and 480Hz and THX 2D and 3D Display certification, with sizes ranging from between 47-inches and 60-inches.
Corsair has launched the Dominator GT memory kit, according to OverclockersClub. The memory features high 2,133MHz speeds and a low-voltage of only 1.5V. Two 2GB modules are included, totalling 4GB, while DHX+ heatsinks and a GT Airflow module are also included to improve cooling. The kits will retail for $169.99 and should be available before the end of the year.