With most of our meetings behind us, today we finally got the chance to properly walk the show floor in order to ensure coverage of all the interesting happenings at Computex 2005 including products from... Read the article.
Today during Computex 2005 we managed to find one of nVidia's very scarce upcoming codename G70 graphics cards. We only had a short while with the card and we were told that the card was not a working... Read the article.
As the above image attests, it's been a hectic week for us here at Computex '05. From the plethora of company parties with unlimited bar tabs, to our meetings that begin at 9am each morning, we haven'... Read the article.
Day 2 of Computex 2005 was a hive of activity. Not only did we manage to bring you more Crossfire benchmarks, as hinted at in our coverage of Day 1, but we also caught up with more vendors, specifically... Read the article.
It's Day 1 of Computex 2005 and ATI's Crossfire solution alternative to nVidi's SLI is out in force. Naturally, we were on the ground bright and early and have managed to bring you world exclusive benchmarks... Read the article.
After running around for most of the morning chasing ATI Crossfire benchmarks and writing our initial article, we also managed to visit some company booths. Our Day 1 coverage looks at ThermalTake, Shuttle... Read the article.
As a foreigner in Taipei, you tend to get away with a lot more than you would when you're back home. Some of the looks you get from the locals in Taiwan are quite priceless, like the chap in the photo... Read the article.
It's baffling to consider how third-party board vendors stay in business whilst producing virtually homogenous products. Whether its graphics cards or motherboards, the quest for market dominance has... Read the article.
We caught up with the main man from ATI in Taiwan yesterday afternoon here in Australia who is in charge of the Asian and Oceania regions. Naturally we'll meet with ATI several times during the week long... Read the article.