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  • TEDxThessaloniki

    Ο Steve Grove, Head of News and Politics του YouTube στο TEDxThessaloniki. Π

  • Futuremark Announces PCMark 7 for Windows 7

    When 3DMark11 launched earlier this year, it seemed like the time was right for an update to PCMark Vantage as well. While we don't have an exact release date or pricing, Futuremark has now confirmed their intention to update the product, but instead of PCMark11 we're getting PCMark 7.[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK] The release does say "coming soon", which usually means Futuremark is less than a month or two away from the official launch (but don't hold us to that).
    Over the years, we've complained more than a few times about Futuremark's 3DMark scores; PCMark on the other hand has been more useful at giving us an easy to run application suite. (If you haven't tried it, SYSmark requires some serious voodoo to get it to run on most modern systems

  • Ιατρική σε USB stick

    Ο Τομέας Διαβήτη της Βayer ανακοίνωσε την κυκλοφο

  • Yeston 2560MB Nvidia GTX 570 Graphics Card

    Lately, Yeston has launched quite an impressive number of custom designed graphics cards and the Chinese company has just showcased a new special model that pairs Nvidia's GTX 570 GPU with 2560MB of video buffer in order to deliver improved performances when high-resolution textures are used.[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]




    The card didn't receive an official name just yet, as it is still in development, but it differs quite a lot from the Nvidia reference GTX 570 since, apart from the increased video buffer size, it features a redesigned printed circuit board (PCB) as well as a custom cooling system.
    According to HardwareLuxx, Yeston's PCB is actually shorter than the one used by Nvidia as it makes use of the vertical space available inside most desktop chassis for placing the extra memory chips as well as the 12 + 2 phase power delivery circuitry.
    However, the cooling system isn't as frugal as the PCB when it comes to the space occupied inside the case as the Arctic Cooling solution employed by Yeston spans over almost three PCI slots.
    Regular GTX 570 coolers occupy only two slots inside the system case, but the AC cooler uses no less than five thick heatpipes for drawing the heat away from the core as well as dual 92mm fans, which makes it a great deal more powerful than the stock cooler.
    In addition to the above-mentioned changes to the GTX 570 standard design, the connectivity of the card has been also expanded as Yeston's models features dual DVI outputs, an HDMI port as well as a DisplayPort connector
    Source: softpedia.com


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