AMD's Matt Skynner has teased the world with the upcoming dual-GPU based Radeon HD6990. The HD6990 codenamed "Antilles" will feature two 40nm "Cayman" GPU's.
Although this one will be a different style of card compared to the HD5970 in the way that it uses a cylindrical blower (like the ones used in air-conditioners) to draw air from the rear portion of the cooler, circulate the air through the complex vapour-chamber enhanced heatsink inside.
Killzone 3 gets its beta started on February 2nd. Within the next month we have betas of Crysis 2 and now Killzone 3, on 360 and PS3 respectively. Come February 2, North American PlayStation 3 owners are able to try out the multiplayer portion of Killzone 3.
The demo includes one map called "Frozen Dam" but includes four different modes of play. The beta winds up on February 14th just in time for Valentines Day.
Our Download of the Day today is SUPER v2011 build 44.
SUPER is an easy-to-use Multimedia Encoder and Player, requiring only one simple click.
If you need a simple, yet very efficient tool to convert or play any Multimedia file, without reading manuals or spending long hours training, then SUPER is all you need.
SUPER supports any Multimedia file format. SUPER plays files that cannot be played with WMP or even other libavcodec-based players like MPC and VLC. SUPER also plays and saves Internet Media Streams of different protocols (mms://, rtsp://, and http://).
SUPER is the fastest and simplest tool to encode full-length movies to any other format without any time or function limitation. It does NOT require any additional external codecs. They're all built in!
Our Deal of the Day today is the Lenovo US (ThinkPad) - Lenovo Video Docking System for Only $52 with FREE Shipping!.
Offer: Thanks to stackable ecoupon, you get 60% off this $129 video docking system to make it just $52. Even shipping is free! You get a DVI-I output, 4 additional USB 2.0 plugs, 10/100 Mbps ethernet, mic and headphone plugs for your speakers, all in a compact body. At $52, it's the lowest we've ever seen it. Use ecoupon: USPC11J36576 (expires 1/24/11 or while supplies last)
Back in 1996 when the original Scream came out, I was young, just 13. I remember my parents borrowing the VHS (ha!!) from the local video store and telling us it was a horror. I didn't think much at the time, but that movie defined my childhood. It was a smash hit everywhere and was a great new entry in the horror genre. I can nearly talk every line from the movie from watching it that much as a teenager... and now? The sequel to the original trilogy! JOY!
The trailer doesn't show off too much, but goes into how there is now an entire new spin on horror since the first tongue-in-cheek stuff from the original trilogy about the "rules" of horror. The rules have changed and so has Scream - cannot wait for this one!!
We have teamed up with BitFenix this week to giveaway one new Colossus Window black case. BitFenix is excited about the launch of their USA Online Store where you can buy their products directly - that's why you are getting a chance to win one of their products here.
You've got some amazing hardware, so why not show it off? Introducing Colossus Window, a brand new option for users who want to let the world see the hardware they're running. Users can choose between three color options, including Black/Red, Black/Green, or White/Blue to perfectly match their computing environment.
Featuring a newly-designed windowed side panel, and two color-matched 230mm LED fans and the same modern and elegant styling, Colossus Window is a fresh twist to the ultimate enthusiast PC chassis.
Head on over to our forum giveaway page to find out how to win one! For this weekly giveaway anyone can enter and you do not pay for the shipping charges.
AMD has posted their quarterly results showing $1.65 billion in revenue, $375 million in net income. It doesn't sound impressive, but the numbers their pushing with products is getting there.
1.3 million Fusion APU's shipped to AMD partners (since November), Radeon HD 5000 and HD 6000 series GPU's have passed the 35 million units shipped mark. Not bad, not bad at all.
The latest happenings from around the web - January 23rd, 2011
- MSI E350AI-E45 AMD Fusion Motherboard @ Hardware Heaven
- How to Buy a Motherboard @ TechReviewSource
- Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3 and GA-PH67A-UD3: Two Inexpensive LGA1155 Mainboards for New Processors @ XBit Labs
- ASRock P67 Extreme4 Motherboard @ Madshrimps
- Gigabyte GA 890GPA-UD3H Rev. 2.1 Motherboard @ TecCentral
- Kingston HyperX Genesis 4GB 2133MHz DDR3 Memory Kit @ Legit Reviews
- Kingston HyperX 4GB DDR3-2133MHz RAM @ tbreak
Skype and Firefox haven't really been on the same page lately. The Skype toolbar that was developed for Mozilla's popular browser has been causing a ton of problems for users with a reported 40,000 browser crashes in the last week alone. This has caused Mozilla to put a blok on the Skype toolbar while they figure out what the problem is.
The toolbar mostly allows easier Skype usage by identifying phone numbers on web pages and pushing them straight to Skype for easier call making. This is being referred to as a "soft block," which means Firefox is disabling the toolbar by default unless you go it and turn it back on; putting you at risk of the headaches a ton of other users are having. Just one more reason to avoid toolbars altogether.
Facebook's worth a ton of loot; we all know that. The latest reports estimate Zuckerberg's empire at around $50 billion. The new piece of news that was unleashed today is that Facebook has a timeline for going public: April 2012.
While the idea of owning Facebook stock sounds a little odd when you first think about it, the company is big business and is expecting to pass 500 shareholders at some time this year, which will require the company to start filing public financial reports. This will most likely result in a Facebook IPO hitting, which makes sense for the company if it continues growing at this staggering rate. Imagine; hitting the Like button to keep your investments profitable!