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AMD's 'Southern Islands' gets an official title

02-09-2011 by
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The new 28nm GPUs coming from AMD are to be named 'Radeon HD 7000' series, in line with current nomenclature.

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AMD, Trinity, HD 7000, Radeon

Sharkoon's QuickPort H3 USB3 Expands HDD Docking Station Capabilities

24-08-2011 by
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With the QuickPort H3 Sharkoon combines HDD docking station functionality with a USB3 hub for additional system flexibility.

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Sharkoon, Quickport H3, docking station, SATA, USB3, HDD, SSD, 2.5, 3.5, USB hub, powered

KFA2 Introduce Stream HD the Wireless HD Streaming Solution!

18-08-2011 by
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KFA2 launches Stream HD, one of smallest HD streaming solutions in the market, connect any HDMI devices WIRELESSLY to your HD TV or HD projector.

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kfa2, stream hd, wireless, media, hdmi

Record XBox 360 and PS3 Gaming With Hauppauge.

17-08-2011 by
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Ever wanted to record your console gaming sessions to show off on Youtube? Well now you can with Hauppauge's HD PVR Gaming Edition.

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hauppauge, hd pvr gaming edition, high definition, hd, pvr, gaming, ps3, xbox360, component, passthrough

SilverStone Makes Hot Swap Easy

12-08-2011 by
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SilverStone Technology release a 5.25" to 3.5" drive bay adapter for easy hot swap capabilities.

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silverstone, hot swap, hdd, 3.5", adapter

SATA-IO Outline SATA Express Standard, 8+Gbps Capability.

11-08-2011 by
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SATA-IO, the group behind SATA standards, has proposed SATA Express: a new high-bandwidth standard backwards compatible with SATA3.

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sata-io, sata, pci express, pcie, sata3, sata3.2, storage, ssd, hdd

SilverStone Technology Release USB3.0 Dual-Bay Raid Enclosure

09-08-2011 by
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SilverStone Release the stylish DS321 5Gbps USB3.0 dual-bay 3.5" HDD RAID enclosure.

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silverstone, usb 3.0, storage, HDD, raid

HDMI Monitor Connectivity With Only USB From StarTech

08-08-2011 by
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StarTech allows non-HDMI enabled computers to output HDMI video and audio to any HDMI display including televisions, monitors and projectors via USB 2.0

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startech, usb, hdmi, monitor, 720p, 1080p, connector

Increase The Flexibility of Your DisplayPort GFX Card With Zotac

02-08-2011 by
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Zotac have announced two new passive DisplayPort and mini-DisplayPort to Dual HDMI adaptors

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zotac, displayport, hdmi, adaptor, passive

AMD HD 7000 Series to Support PCI-E 3.0

18-07-2011 by
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As AMD prepare to release their next series of GPUs, a move to support the latest PCI-E Gen 3 marks the first major step in the transition to the new standard.

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amd, hd 7000, tahiti, new zealand, radeon, PCI-E 3.0, gen3, Z68, ivy bridge

Hauppauge Colosuss: Record HD Content Direct To Your PC

11-07-2011 by
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Hauppauge Digital Inc. today announced the Colossus, an internal PCI-E High Definition video recorder for real-time H.264 compressed recordings.

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H.264, High definition capture, HD, Video recording, HMDI, hauppauge, PCI-E

Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station Review @ Hi Tech Legion

10-04-2009 by
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Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station Review @ Hi Tech Legion

"The Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station gives you the ease and convenience you could ever want. The BlacX by Thermaltake is a HDD docking station for 2.5" and 3.5" SATA HDD's. The BlacX comes in two flavors, one is USB 2.0 and the other is eSATA and USB 2.0. The docking station of the Thermaltake BlacX has a patented design that allows it to support both sizes of HDD's and keeps the cables to a minimum. The BlacX can support HDD up to 2 TB and all can be hot swappable. The BlacX is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS's as well."

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Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station Review @ Hi Tech Legion
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ASUS EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A Radeon HD 4890 Videocard Review @ PCSTATS.com

08-04-2009 by
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ASUS EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A Radeon HD 4890 Videocard Review

"As you might have guessed, ATI's new Radeon HD 4890 videocard is well placed to compete with enthusiast videocards like the Radeon HD 4870 1GB and Geforce GTx275. What makes the ASUS EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A particularly stand out from the crowd is a special tool in its overclocking feature set - GPU Voltage Tweaking. And if PCSTATS own overclocking tests are anything to go by, pushing the Radeon HD 4890 to 1000MHz core is certainly possible!"

ASUS EAH4890 HTDI/1GD5/A Radeon HD 4890 Videocard Review @ PCSTATS.com
Radeon HD 4890 Review

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