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Alienware M14x Gaming Laptop Hits Malaysia

Written on April 19, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Alienware M14x has landed in Malaysia. US will have to wait a little more, hopefully just hours more.

Unless you have some relatives in Malaysia, or are planning to visit there for some random reason, it looks like US will have to wait some more. Alienware’s powerhouse of a gaming laptop – the M14x – arrives at Dell Malaysia’s website. The laptop is priced at RM 4,799 or around $1,600.

The 14-inch display Alienware M14x laptop has versions which are powered by up to a Core i7 2820QM processor, NVIDIA GeForece GT 555M graphics card with 3GB DDR3, 8GB RAM and your pick of 1,366×768 or 1,600×900 resolution.

Pocket-lint is reporting that the Alienware M14x, along with the M18x will have their official release announced today. So better check out Alienware’s website to find more clues when we’ll finally get this bad boy.


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NVIDIA Quad-Core Kal-El Chip Unleashed; Coming to Tablets This August

Written on February 16, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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NVIDIA has broken the graphics barrier again with the Kal-El quad core processor. Tablets take first blood this August.

NVIDIA has just unchained a beast, and it’s name is Kal-El. With a name that seems to have been rooted out from the Superman franchise, this quad-core behemoth we call a chip is touted to be twice as powerful as the Tegra 2, and that’s really something. The chip will most likely be named as Tegra 3 once it comes out to tablets this August.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Arrives with Great Specs and a $250 Price Tag

Written on January 26, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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NVIDIA has finally introduced a GTX 500 series graphics card that's affordable, yet packs incredible performance the series is well known for.

NVIDIA has just unleashed the heir to the great throne of the stellar success of the GTX 460, but this time under the flag of the GTX 500 series. Introducing the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, the company’s newest graphic card to enter the $250 range market that promises to blow your mind with its transistor level hardware improvements found in the GTX 500 series. With increased clock speeds, less leakage, and better power efficiency, the GTX 560 Ti packs the power you need with a mid-range price budget.

You may be wondering what the “Ti” stands for. Well if you listened to your chemistry teacher, Ti is Titanium which is a material commonly used for air and spacecrafts. The lightness and strength of the element gives the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti that added performance boost (although this isn’t quite the first time NVIDIA has used it).

Hit the break and check out the specs of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti.

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NVIDIA Reveals KFA2 GeForce GTX460, World’s First Wireless Graphics Card

Written on January 16, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Since everything's going wireless, why not add graphics cards into the fray?

NVIDIA has once again outdone themselves and the rest of the competition as they unveil the world’s very first wireless graphic card, the KFA2 GeForce GTX460 WHDI 1024MB PCIe 2.0. With five aerials sticking out of the back of its compartment, the KFA2 GeForce GTX460 allows the end-user to wirelessly link their desktop PCs to their HDTV or other displays within a range of 100 feet. There’s nothing really special about it because it’s basically a GTX 460 card, but the wireless feature speaks for itself.

See the detailed specs of NVIDIA’s KFA2 GeForce GTX460 after the break!

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 GF110 Fermi Video Card FTW!

Written on November 09, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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You might hit your head if your one of those who bought the Nvidia GeForce GTX 480, after revealing several reviews of the graphic videocard "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580" all came up with a positive feedbacks on their reviews.

Several reviews agree that it fixes the power hunger and heat issue from GTX480. The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 heatsink has a vapor chamber in its copper base which said to be deliver much cooler from previous heatsink, it also have a new power monitoring hardware which track real time monitoring of current and voltage. It also said it gains 15% to 25% performance on each games that have been tested for FPS and Video settings benchmark. GTX 580 SRP priced at $499, also you can now pre-order the videocard on your local or online store. All in all this videocard is FTW (for the win)! If you’re still doubting about the performace of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 check out the below links for the reviews.

- Bit-tech
HardOCP
AnandTech
Tech Report
PC Perspective
Legit Reviews
Hot Hardware


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Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 Soon?

Written on October 30, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Oh boy, is it a monster power or another failure videocard?

Nvidia last Thursday released a new developer driver which include on the list for the support of GeForce GTX 580. VR-Zone posted a news for some photos which might actually be the GeForce GTX 580. Anyway will this be enough to stand against the upcoming ATI Radeon HD 6870? Will the heat issue plus the power hunger will be resolve from the previous GeForce GTX 480? Nvidia wants to counter attack the ATI Radeon HD 6870 for stealing the title of the best videocard, but we are hoping to see some changes which will be worth in our benchmark and money.

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NVIDIA Releases GT440 Cards

Written on October 19, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Another secret is hovering the web as NVIDIA is set to release a DirectX 11-capable cards for OEMs. And though the GeForce GT 440 is still a rumor, some info are leaking already. Read on to get the scoop.

After the GeForce GT 430 1GB cards, NVIDIA seems to keep another secret: The GeForce GT 440 range. The NVIDIA GeForce GT 440 range is designed to provide DirectX 11-compatible cards to OEMs. It features a 584MHz graphics clock, 1,189MHz processor clock, either 800 or 900MHz memory clock, and 144 CUDA cores. NVIDIA will also offer two different models: a budget-friendly 1.5GB version of GDDR3, and a powerful 3GB of GDDR 3 model.

The GT 440 is said to be two-way SLI ready, and will support PhysX, CUDA and 3D vision. As standards, the cards will come with HDMI, VGA and DVI connectors, and will support a 2560 x 1600 digital port resolution and 2048 x 1536 analogue VGA pixel. The only information missing is the price. But with the card aimed at OEMs, the cost should be kept a bit low.

Does NVIDIA already got an interesting device on its hand with the GeForce GT 440?

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