NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Final Specifications and more
Posted on: 02/19/2013 10:07 AM

Here the latest reviews and articles, including NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Final Specifications, Prolimatech Genesis Black Series CPU Cooler Review, Cougar Spike Micro-ATX PC Case Review, HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000 Review, and 2012 AMD Video Card Driver Performance Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Final Specifications, Internal Benchmarks Revealed @ techPowerUp
Specifications of NVIDIA's upcoming high-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX Titan, which were reported in the press over the last couple of weeks, are bang on target, according to a specs sheet leaked by 3DCenter.org, which is allegedly part of the card's press-deck. According to the specs sheet, the GTX Titan indeed features 2,688 out of the 2,880 CUDA cores present on the GK110 silicon, 6 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 384-bit wide memory interface, and draws power from a combination of 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe power connectors.

The GeForce GTX Titan core is clocked at 837 MHz, with a GPU Boost frequency of 876 MHz, and 6.00 GHz memory, churning out 288 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The chip features a single-precision floating-point performance figure of 4.5 TFLOP/s, and 1.3 TFLOP/s double-precision. Despite its hefty specs that include a 7.1 billion-transistor ASIC and 24 GDDR5 memory chips, NVIDIA rates the card's TDP at just 250W.


Read more: NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Final Specifications, Internal Benchmarks Revealed @ techPowerUp

Prolimatech Genesis Black Series CPU Cooler Review @ Hardware Secrets
The Prolimatech Genesis Black Series is a CPU cooler with two heatsinks, one vertical and one horizontal. It supports up to three 120 mm or 140 mm fans. Let's test it.


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House of Marley Redemption Song On-ear Headphones Review @ TechwareLabs
Today we got a chance to review House of Marley's Redemption On ear headphones, which are one of the three most premium models they offer. Through recycling and sound quality, they made these beauties that are in Rasta-colors and leather. Furthermore they encourage you to recycle the packaging which shows their commitment to their product.


Read more: House of Marley Redemption Song On-ear Headphones Review @ TechwareLabs

Xigmatek Asgard Pro @ techPowerUp
The Xigmatek Asgard Pro is one of the most affordable cases out of the company's current line-up, but it may fool some into believing it is more expensive through the way it looks and is constructed. We dig in to see if this brethren of the Asgard deserves the Pro naming or if it is nothing but a good-looking shell.


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Fractal Design Node 304 Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
Small form factor systems have become increasingly popular over the past year. The main reason for this is the availability of Mini ITX motherboards that have some of the same features as full-sized ATX motherboards. Having a smaller system means it is easier to take with you to LAN parties, takes up less space on your desk, and is able to fit in your home theater setup. Today we are taking a look at a case that is perfect for building a small form factor system. The Fractal Design Node 304 has that familiar cube design that many SFF systems has, but inside you are able to fit a Mini ITX motherboard, up to six hard drives and a full sized ATX power supply. Read on as we take a look...


Read more: Fractal Design Node 304 Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Cougar Spike Micro-ATX PC Case Review @ Legit Reviews
At the end of the day the Cougar Spike micro-ATX gaming case is a great value for $24.99 shipped after a $5 mail-in rebate at Newegg. If Cougar can produce and sell the Spike for so little it makes you wonder what kind of markup is on the other gaming cases out there. The Cougar Spike has is all blacked out, has a USB 3.0 front panel port and room for four case fans. There really isn't much not to like about this case and unless you have a ton of hard drives or solid-state drives, the Spike should do the trick...


Read more: Cougar Spike Micro-ATX PC Case Review @ Legit Reviews

HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000 Review @ TechReviewSource.com
The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000 is an AMD quad-core powered Windows 8 Ultrabook laptop that has a lightweight chassis and decent performance. It does have below average battery life and mediocre graphics performance, but for some users, the latter won't matter much.


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NZXT Cryo X60 Laptop Cooler @ Rbmods
We have looked at some laptop coolers from NZXT in the past and today we have one of their more expensive models named Cryo X60. This seems to be a quite powerful unit with USB ports which others might be lacking.
We are going to compare it vs the Cryo V60 and Cryo E40, lets find out what makes this “better” than them.


Read more: NZXT Cryo X60 Laptop Cooler @ Rbmods

Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Headset Review @ Madshrimps
For the Star Wars fans, Razer has built a themed gaming headset, which is comfortable and has two 50mm drivers built-in. The headset works on USB and its features can be customized by using the Razer Synapse 2.0 unified software. Besides the volume controls, we can also enable software 7.1 surround via the Dolby Pro Logic IIx and can also customize the included EQ.


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2012 AMD Video Card Driver Performance Review @ HardOCP
We continuing our look at driver performance improvements over time by evaluating AMD's 2012 driver performances on both the AMD Radeon HD 7970 and HD 7950 video cards. We will see how drivers from the beginning of the year to the end of year have impacted real world gameplay performance .


Read more: 2012 AMD Video Card Driver Performance Review @ HardOCP

ASUS Orion Pro Headset Review @ Neoseeker
If you're a gamer and share accomodations with any sort of roommate a headset is a must. But your headset can't pale in comparison to your 5.1 surround sound audio setup; on the contrary, you're gonna want a gaming headset that sounds absolutely amazing, because why not? More importantly, what sort of headset fits the bill? With any luck the ASUS Orion Pro under the spotlight today will be the perfect headset for any gamer!

This bad boy features 50mm drivers as well as a 20Hz-20KHz frequency response rate. In other words, these puppies are gonna sound clear with great bass! Not only that, but the 100mm padded ear cuffs will feel nice and comfortable while you listen to your music at 30dB. If that wasn't enough for you, the included spitfire dongle will have your tunes sounding as though they were coming through a 7.1 Surround setup! So let's get to the testing!


Read more: ASUS Orion Pro Headset Review @ Neoseeker

Microsoft Surface RT tablet PC Review @ Silicon Republic
The Surface Windows RT is Microsoft's first foray into actually making a personal computer. John Kennedy puts the device through its paces and discovers the software giant kind of has its future sorted.


Read more: Microsoft Surface RT tablet PC Review @ Silicon Republic

Ineo Alienvibes S101 2.0 Desktop Speakers Review @ Hi Tech Legion
Many of us also have to be budget minded when it comes to choosing our computer components, but in this day and age, that does not necessarily mean choosing bad quality parts to save money. Most of the time, you can find parts in the desired price range that perform well. One thing is for sure, most of the time your speaker system is one of the last things to be purchased, so there will be a limited budget left for buying those speakers. The good thing is there are plenty of options in the budget category of sound systems.

The Alienvibes S101 desktop speakers are one choice that offer you a 2.0 speaker system with the goal of accurate sound reproduction. The Alienvibes S101 feature all wooden cabinet construction for more accurate vibrations and a plastic front bezel that has a high gloss finish on it for style. The speakers themselves produce five watts of power each with a peak output of twenty watts for the pair. The main speaker has a power on off switch, volume control, auxiliary headphone jack, and a LED power indicator. The cabinets are painted black and the front of the speakers do not have a grill cover on them, which shows off the speakers themselves.


Read more: Ineo Alienvibes S101 2.0 Desktop Speakers Review @ Hi Tech Legion

Sennheiser PC 363D 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Sennheiser have updated their range with the PC 363D, a revision of the award winning PC 360 which adds a USB soundcard and virtual 7.1 audio. Today we have a sample of the PC 363D on our test bench so read on to find out if Sennheisers latest gaming headset is as good as its predecessor.


Read more: Sennheiser PC 363D 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset Review @ HardwareHeaven.com

MSI R7970 Lightning Review @ Vortez
AMD's HD7970 has had quite a bumpy ride. When it was first introduced, it was received with open arms as it once again took the performance crown from NVIDIA. NVIDIA were not to be outdone though and the GTX680 put paid to AMD's celebrations. The GTX680 has held the crown over the past year however the waters have become less clear of late with some dramatic improvements in AMD's Catalyst drivers. While AMD have had a little longer to wring every last drop of performance from their flagship card, it is fair to suggest that both AMD and NVIDIA have mature drivers ready for download so what better card to test NVIDIA's resolve at the top of the charts with an overclocked, flagship HD7970 in the guise of MSI's R7970 Lightning.


Read more: MSI R7970 Lightning Review @ Vortez


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