Havok Releases 4.0 and Expanded Suite of Tools

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 11, 2006 - 02:26 PM |
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Havok 4.0 enhances Havok's
industry-leading game-play physics and animation products
(Havok Physics™
and Havok Animation™).  It also introduces two new products - Havok
Behavior™ and Havok FX™ - to accelerate development of
sophisticated interactive character behaviors, and to deliver an unprecedented
level of physically-based 'special effects' phenomena.  The
combined 4.0 solution represents a

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This memory goes to 5V+

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 11, 2006 - 12:55 PM |
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NGOHQ spotted a very interesting RAM module at Computex, from GEIL.  This soon to be released RAM has an independant power supply, right on the DIMM.  It looks to plug into a 3.5" drive power connector to do so, and they also claim you will be able to tweak the voltage on the fly, thanks to a switch on the DIMM.

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Multi GPU goodness, the extended version

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 11, 2006 - 10:52 AM |
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PenStar Systems is kicking off a HUGE review of multi GPU systems, that incorporates multiple hardware reivew sites, from Bit-Tech to Rage3D with stops inbetween.  Start with the introduction, and the mega-review will be continued every other day.

Time for PhsyX class

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 11, 2006 - 09:03 AM |
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After all that time in science class, your physics lessons are about to pay off ... sort of.  [H]ard|OCP examines the PPU offerings on the market, from Ageia, ATI and nVIDIA, and tries to explain the difference between the way they implement physics in gaming.

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Visons of Radeons past

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 7, 2006 - 02:57 PM |
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Join OCMODSHOP for a trip down memory lane, as they recall past ATI products that they used.  From the old days of the Rage cards, when 3DFX was king of the hill, to the 9800 series, take a look at how these cards have evolved.

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How quickly the mighty have fallen

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 6, 2006 - 12:38 PM |
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The X1600 XT sat near the top of the video card pack fairly recently, and has fallen to the point where you can buy one for less than $200.  Drop by [H] for a look at how the new PowerColor Radeon X1600 XT BRAVO performs.

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A physics scandle brewing?

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 4, 2006 - 11:50 AM |
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An anonymous discussion has lead The Inquirer to report that ATI and nVIDIA's phsics engine, designed to run directly on thier cards is nowhere close to the technology Ageia uses in their dedicated PPU.  Mind you, we are still waiting for DX10, which may change that.

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Transform your laptop into a PVR with Diamond

Subject: Graphics Cards | June 29, 2006 - 02:40 PM |
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The Diamond Multimedia PVR-660 USB TV Tuner lets you turn a laptop, or any other computer, into a PVR.  It also comes with extra cabling to make your life easier.  Drop by [H] for all the info.

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The Asus EN7900GT TOP

Asus has two GeForce 7-series cards that vary from the stock reference designs we have seen everywhere else. Come in and see if an overclocked 7900 GT or silent 7600 GT might be fore you.

An evening with some high powered graphics systems

Subject: Graphics Cards | June 26, 2006 - 03:47 PM |
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Take an X1900 XT CrossFire Edition video card paired with an X1900 XTX on an ASUS A8R32-MVP Deluxe, attached to a Dell 3007 WFP 30' LCD.  Then take two retail BFGTech GeForce 7900 GTX OC video cards in SLI (and later, two GeForce 7950 GX2's in SLI) running on an ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe, and test the 30" monitor with those. 
Once you are done, post an article describing your experiences on [H]ard|OCP, and let everyone who thought they had a fun weekend turn green with envy.

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