Ivy Bridge-E supports PCI-E 3.0

When Sandy Bridge-E first arrived support for PCI Express Generation 3 was not certified or listed. Nvidia later released a patch to allow X79 systems to support PCI Express 3.0 as they were hardware ready. It also didn’t help that Sandy Bridge-E turned up largely well before the first PCI Express 3.0 graphics cards arrived. […]

Rasperry Pi gets Android 4.0 ICS support

Some budding enthusiasts have managed to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich working on the Rasperry Pi SOC. While Android allows Raspberry Pi to act like a smartphone or tablet and run the Android 4.0 OS, the single core 700MHz ARM processor and 256MB of RAM aren’t quite up to the hardware standard required to run […]

$99 Android Gaming Console unveiled

Gaming consoles work at significantly cheaper than most gaming computers, yet for many they still aren’t affordable. Ed Fries (One of the co-creators of Microsoft’s first Xbox) along with designer Yves Béhar (the man behind the one laptop per child scheme) are developing what they hope to be the next big gaming console, to join […]

Inno3D launch GTX 670 iChill HerculeZ

Inno3D launched a GeForce GTX 670-based iChill HerculeZ graphics card. The card was listed on Chinese stores for 3,199 RMB (US $ 506), and combines the iChill HerculeZ modular cooling solution featured on a recently-launched GeForce GTX 680 graphics card by the company. The HerculeZ cooler allows end-users to easily remove the cooler shroud, the […]