This Week in Computer Hardware 62
Recorded: March 10, 2010
Published: March 13, 2010
1. ASUS P6T7 and P7P55 WS Workstation Motherboards
2. Newegg sells fake Intel Core i7 processors
- Video of the fake: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54tDqM5-6RU&feature=player_embedded
3. OnLive announces availability and pricing
4. Warpia Debuts Wireless Laptop Docking Station
- USB based, only 1400x1050 or 1440x900, 32-bit color, 48 Khz 16-bit audio, Windows and Mac ready
- 128-bit AES encrypted
- $150 is a LOT
5. Last but not least: PC Perspective sees Eyefinity 6-panel in action
6. NVIDIA 196.75 driver might be a GPU killer
7. Valve Steam Service coming to the Mac
8. Twitter questions!
- WWNSX@ryanshrout Will Nvidia come out with a new Nforce X or 10 Chipset with audio like the old soundstorm? seems like in 2008 they were going to
- ITmaster@ryanshrout I have an old ATI GPU lying around, can I add this to my system with a GTX260 and add another monitor (2 already) Thnx
- DanielBrewer@ryanshrout I am scared of ATI cards due to their driver issues from years ago - nvidia seems more stable. Why should I switch?
- niteowler@ryanshrout The new i7 930 is a disappointment at 45 nm. Why didn't Intel use their new 32 nm process for their top end socket?
- 3rd Annual Tournament of Audiobooks
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- Edited by: Tony
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