EyeFinity is the really neat trick that ATI Radeon HD 5000 series cards bring to the market. Forget simply stretching your desktop – why not actually support monster resolutions like 5760×1080 straight out of the box and let the gamers enjoy wrap-round, immersive shoot-em ups? KitGuru spies snuck into a Sapphire ’special zone’ at Computex’s Nangang Hall and saw some stunning sights.
KitGuru has noticed that (almost) every company now wants to make (almost) every product. Not 100% – but close. EVGA has long been associated with high end graphics cards, so what else did they have hidden on the 17th floor?
KitGuru’s like speed. SSD delivers speed in buckets. Few companies took off with the idea of SSD as fast as OCZ. Given that the leader into this market was Intel, with the stunningly good X.25, we think that OCZ has done a great job of jostling for first place in this seriously difficult market sector.
Most exhibitions in the world have the best products, you know, at the show. It doesn’t work that way at Computex. Far from it. KitGuru’s spies went behind closed doors and into Corsair’s exclusive little suite – tucked away on the 10th floor of a hotel.
Our great friends at Noctua has sent us over some great pictures of some of the current prototypes they are working on. The prototypes range from the standard type coolers like the C12P we recently reviewed to the tower-style. And some of the coolers are feature the sandwiching of aluminum fins between two large fans. We are guaranteeing you will see whatever come from the Noctua camp as a retail model here on Pro-Clockers.