Computex has begun, and today we have some exclusive content for you of
Noctua's booth. This article is quite special as there are some interesting
new products to be unveiled from the cooling giants of Austria - products
that haven't yet been seen by any press.
OCZ is showing off their HSDL (High Speed Data Link) interface, which was developed to raise the bar in data throughput and management to solid state storage drives this week here at Computex 2010. This is a custom proprietary connection that OCZ has developed to raise the bar when it comes to data transfers on Solid-State Drives (SSDs). They had a couple cards on display that featured different numbers of HSDL connections on them. The prototype card shown above has four connections, while the card below has just a single connection...
While we may not be physically able to bring you the latest and greatest from the Computex show floor, Hardware Canucks will be bringing you a series of quick articles which will highlight some upcoming products from various manufacturers. In this article we take a look at what Tuniq has planned for the coming months.
One of the major forces at Computex is Gigabyte as they are heavily invested in this show. We took a few minutes today to take a look at a few of their products on display at their booth. The recently launched GA-X58A-UD9, and 5870 Overclock were on hand to back up Gigabyte's devotion to gamers and enthusiasts, with a few laptops and tablets to keep mobile users happy.
"The thing that caught our eye first was the awe inspiring GA-X58A-UD9. Known affectionately as the UD9, this monster has 7 PCIe x16 lane slots available for as many video cards as you care to throw at it. As it's based off of the original X58 chipset, Gigabyte has updated it with a USB 3.0 controller and SATA 6G. 8 SATA ports are available. In the photo above you can see it in a 4-way CrossFireX configuration..."