- OCZ DDR Booster and PowerStream Help Break 6GHz on P4
As the title reads, world reknowned overclocker "Macci" along with "Stilt", both of the XtremeSystems forums have broken a whopping 6GHz (6,009mhz) when overclocking a P4 560 (3.6GHz) Pentium IV. OCZ Technology have issued out an announcement highlighting this awesome feat, achieved with the help of their much loved OCZ DDR Booster and PowerStream PSU.
With the aid of OCZ's DDR Booster and PowerStream Power Supply, a 19 year old Finnish enthusiast announced that he overclocked his P4 560, 3.60GHz to a remarkable speed of 6009MHz. OCZ Technology congratulates "Stilt" and "Macci" for their ground-breaking overclock and appreciates their confidence in OCZ products.
- vGuru upon us with RX600 and RX300 vGuru Series
If you can remember, XBit were the first to uncover ABit's latest VGuru technology for video cards a few weeks back, essentially a sister-tech to their popular uGuru on-the-fly overclocking feature seen on many of ABit's motherboards these days. Well now VGuru's been officially announced by ABit themselves, with all the details you'll be wanting to learn more about within their supporting PR here folks.
September 29, 2004 - In 2003, ABIT changed what people expected from motherboards with the release of its µGuru™ technology. µGuru lets users interact and adjust their systems with an easy-to-use Windows interface. Now, ABIT brings this technology to VGA cards with vGuru. ABIT launches the RX600 and RX300 graphic card series - the first graphics cards with vGuru technology and the first to bring XTurbo performance to the Pro platform.
Based on the ATI Radeon X600 and X300 VPUs, ABIT's RX600 and RX300 Series combines ATI Radeon graphics with ABIT's patented vGuru technology for the most powerful, flexible graphics card series available on the market.
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