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Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 Review: Fermi Arrives - Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 Review: Fermi Arrives
Wed, March 31 2010 | 3:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?
After a lengthy delay we are finally able to show you what Nvidia has been working on for the past few years. As you may know, the GeForce GTX 280 was Nvidia's last big launch in 2008 that comprised of innovative technology, at the time rewriting the record books as the fastest single-GPU graphics card. Besides the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 295 that went on sale months later, anything after the GTX 280 has been a rehash of the same GT200b graphics core. The company battled it out against the ATI Radeon HD 4800 series, which had some good performers but was somewhat light on firepower. Long story short, last September ATI was already shipping brand new parts that were faster and more efficient, while Nvidia wasn't giving out any specific details on Fermi. These new Radeons became the first products to steal the performance crown away from Nvidia in a long time, and they did so in a very convincing fashion. Now Nvidia is finally ready fire back with a new piece of graphics silicon aimed at consumers and the enthusiast crowd based on its latest Fermi architecture, code-named GF100. The new series will debut with the GeForce GTX 480 and GeForce GTX 470 graphics cards. Designed to be the next evolution in GPU computing, we are excited to see what these new boards are capable of, and whether or not they'll be able to bring Nvidia back into the spotlight.
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 HDI Dune BD Prime 3.0 HD Media & Blu-ray Player Review  - HDI Dune BD Prime 3.0 HD Media & Blu-ray Player Review
Tue, November 02 2010 | 6:06PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Providing full Blu-ray (BD) menu support alongside local and network based file playback the HDI Dune BD Prime 3.0 is an interesting device that defies easy classification as a simple BD player or media streamer. With an extensive feature set including a BD drive, HDMI 1.3, eight channel analog audio output and connected storage, the device offers flexibility for anyone looking for a “do anything” box. Keep reading to find out if the BD Prime 3.0 can deliver the right mix of value and capability to earn a place in your home theater.
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