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Daily News Round #1 for July 25, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for July 25, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Jul 25, 2005 6:29 am

- ASUS Launches EN7800GTX Graphics Card

ASUS have just officially announced their own GeForce 7800 GTX variant in the EN7800GTX. The card comes with a slightly higher core clock over standard models at 470MHz, and mem at the usual 1.2GHz.


For further specs and info, grab the press release folks.


Sydney Australia; July 25, 2005 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), a leading provider of high-quality graphics solutions, today introduced the EN7800GTX graphics card, which incorporated NVIDIA®'s latest high-end Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) - GeForce® 7800 GTX with 256MB high-speed DDR3 video memories.


The ASUS EN7800GTX offers 470MHz GPU clock, 1.2GHz of DDR3 video memories and a stylish and effective cooling fansink. The EN7800GTX further provides versatile connectivity options including Dual VGA, Dual DVI, S-Video out, composite video out, HDTV video out, S-video in and composite video in.


- KINGMAX Launches New Packaging DDR2 Memory Series


Making the headlines today is memory maker "KingMax" with their newly refined Mars and Venus series of DDR-2 memory modules, respectively for desktop and notebook platforms. For all the details, grab the official PR.


KINGMAX,Taipei July 25,2005 -With Intel's promotion of the 945/955 platform among all the major motherboard manufacturers, DDR2 memory is fast becoming mainstream in desktop computers. Most major Taiwan notebook manufacturers have already upgraded their primary products to the Sonoma architecture for DDR2 support, and shipments of all DDR2 memory formats are rapidly increasing.


Ushering in this new DDR2 memory era, KINGMAX has introduced a special new packaging for its entire line of DDR2 memory products. First, the Mars series (DDR2 Long-DIMM) for desktop systems, with its distinctive burgundy plastic packaging, has been reduced in size to provide a more refined, high-quality appearance and greater retail display convenience. The new packaging for the Venus series (DDR2 SO-DIMM) allows this line of memory products to live up to its namesake with eye-catching, exquisitely designed detail.

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- Creative Zen Sleek MP3 Player @ CoolTechZone
- Touchscreens and Media Servers - The New Standard in Home Entertainment @ Bonafide Reviews
- Data Backup Solutions Guide - How To Product Your Files @ The TechZone
- How To Be a Game Tester - The Ultimate Dream Job? @ The TechZone
- SAITEK Cyborg Evo Force USB PC Joystick @ Futurelooks


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