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It seems some users are blaming StarCraft II for the fact that their pants no longer fit as well as they used to. No, wait, that’s not it. They’re blaming StarCraft II for killing their video cards. Mm.
A number of users all over the Interwhatever are complaining that the game is causing their video card to overheat. And not even overheat meaning “get too hot,” we’re talking overheat to the point where physical damages occurs.
The culprit? The in-between mission section of the game onboard Jim Raynor’s [...]
Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang offered some interesting thoughts on the PC industry in a recent BBC interview. He said that people are no longer wowed by their computers. Huang chalked this up to a maturity in PC hardware. He explained that people have been doing things the same way for so long, that the platform has lost some of its luster.
So is there hope? Huang seemed to think so, imagining a future of gesture-based input and intuitive smart computer systems. The Nvidia CEO focused unsurprisingly on playing up the GPU as a way to reach this more interesting PC future. "These kinds of [...]
ASUS, one of the world’s largest suppliers of high performance hardware components, has announced the debut of a new line of EAH5000 series graphics cards, designed to take advantage of the features and specifications of AMD’s new Radeon graphics processors. The new series consists of three cards based on GeForce 5970, the HD 5770 and 5750, are designed to support overclocking, performance and effective cooling solution.
Kicking off with EAH5970/G/2DIS/2GD5 new model of the enterprise, users can cope with the latest high-end GPUs from AMD had, but with support for overclocking. The [...]