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Computex Coverage 2007

Computex 007 Oh Diana
Thu Jun 07 2007, 12:23
ONCE MORE the intrepid INQ hacks go into the breach in the humid miasma that is Ole Taipei.

Trudging through the nooks and crannies of the night market and trailing to the endless PR parties, they still find time to unearth the gadgets, the gizmos, the gits and the guts that make up Computex 007.

Here, with the last being the first, are what the hacks have hacked so far. µ

Questions hang over AMD after Computex debacle
It's not just the rain that washes out the Computex show
Rain fails to wash out show
It never rains but it pours
Everyone's trying to be cool at this show
Sapphire shows off dual chip 630XT
Coolermaster turns case design on its head
Laptop cooler is the perfect companion for your Dell
AMD puts out Phenom "teaser"
Palit brings out cheap as chip cards
Shuttle rises from the dead
MSI creates a mobo for Six Flags USA
Kingmax shows off 16GB SD card
Intel BIOS tool spells death bell for third party utilities
Mediaeval cooling system arrives
Asus Xonar seen on our Sonar
Thermaltake shows 2000W PSU
INQ journo ensnarled in wiles of Taiwanese harpies
Is the FB DIMM dead? No it's kicking, Pat

X37 DDR2 flavours predominate, Gigglebites is next
ATI 1GB 2900s due in days
Sapphire puts GDDR4 memory on a 512MB card
HD2900XT GGDR4 goes on sale
OCZ creates water resistant USB
SIS, Intel, Dell low cost PCs look remarkably similar
SIS mini-DTX board is too big for its box
Abit puts OC tweaks on mobos
Via turns out to be in the right space at the right time
Probably the best 8800 water cooler snapped
Via mobo is smaller than a business card
DDR performance match begins

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Jetway makes a Wii PC
Nvidia slashes 8800 Ultra price
Kingston's microSD reader erases data swap between phone and PC
Fake marriage proposal lights up Taipei skyline
Thermaltake has twin orbs
Intel to dump FBD
Acer launches Gemstone laptops
Intel gets a desktop SLI licence from Nvidia
MSI debuts X38 extreme board and quad speaker mini notebook
Supertalent does DDR3 SO-DIMMs
ECS showcases future HTPC gizmos
Abit shows off X38 boards
Acer wee desktop PC gets Taiwanese gong
Silverstone upgrades PSU manufacturing
Gecube shows off a dual 2600
MSI passively cools dual RV630XT card
Via shows off 850 gram Nanobook
Cool IT becomes reference water cooler for R600
Intel wants WiMAX to power a mobile computing revolution
Asustek chairman drops three Es
Maloney heralds the 45 nabometre golden age
Abit prepares to burn 120Kg of liquid nitrogen
AMD to bring in 55 nanometre, DX10.1 GPUs
Gigabyte shows off second gen RAM disk
War of Balloons rumbles on in Old Taipei

First production DTX board tips up at Computex
Nvidia prepares to launch 8400GS
Shuttle surprises with an X38 SFF box
DDR3-2000 memory spotted
Acer chases us away from a Ferrari PDA
Best mobo of CeBIT has a successor
Arima builds new Opteron bricks
Kingston sinks to low latency DDR3
Asus 780 board pictured
Toshiba shows off notebook HD DVD drive
Nvidia prepares 8800 for notebooks
Four new chipsets shown off at Computex

 

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