Saturday, April 23, 2011

Asus launches new graphics HD 6670, HD 6570 and HD 6450.

Asus presents its new Radeon HD 6670 graphics, HD 6570 and HD 6450 designed to entertainment media, have an improved cooling system to ensure maximum performance and minimum sound. These three new models of graphs are consistent with DirectX11 technology that ensures a super realistic scenarios and exceptional image quality, while the AMD GPU accelerates business applications for everyday work, models HD 6670 and HD 6570 offered an experience of 3D video playback of high quality and sharpness.

BitFenix Colossus presents the new Venom.

The BitFenix box manufacturer presents its new model in the series now called Colossus Colossus Venom features a bold design and lighting effects in red or green. This new model has the surface box cover BitFenix Softouch, a material patented by the firm itself that protects against bumps and scratches.

Lighting colors become red or green, the rest remains as it was in the previous series Colossus, from adjustable door to open to one side or the other to its internal performance, full of possibilities for expansion, security and cooling. The Colossus Venom is compatible with motherboards that these formats Extended-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX, also has 8 to ensure maximum compatibility, also the system to keep the cables has been changed to allow a better placement when installing components inside without the use of tools, while the drives are dealt five external 5.25 "and fourteen (seven for 3.5" and seven 2.5 ").

TDJ: Patriot Sector 7, Belkin Conserve Insight

Our fellow Cowcotland just put online a test kit "Sector 7" 2 x 2 GB Patriot DDR3 home. Clocked at 1600 MHz, the strips that make up this kit support timings of 7-8-7-21 with an operating voltage of 1.65 V. Verdict? For its part, our fellow GinjFo recently posted a review of a product very useful to know the consumption of high-tech devices, the counter Insight Belkin Conserve ...

Evercool releases the first refrigerator to routers.

Dr. Cool is the name of the first cooler designed to be used mainly in routers, but also supports comoiPad devices, external hard drives and netbooks. This new refrigerator allows our router does not again suffer temperature problems due to the long time it can pass on and high temperatures already approaching.

It features a design based on two retractable clips that hold the router automatically for perfect placement, these clips also feature a rubber supports to prevent the router or other device to move after installation. It is compatible with various routers in addition to market with devices like the iPad, external hard drives 2.5 "netbooks and other devices, which expands its field of applications.