Tuesday, February 3, 2009

EVGA and Zotac GeForce GTX 295 equipped with water-cooler

According to the source, the company EVGA and Zotac, are the major partners of NVIDIA, are preparing to release its high-performance 3D-accelerator NVIDIA, equipped with water cooling. This is the GeForce GTX 295 card with two GPU.

The use of water cooling, presumably, would they raise the frequency components, and as a consequence, the performance charts. In turn this will improve the chances of GeForce GTX 295 in the confrontation with the flagship product of AMD - Radeon HD 4870 X2.

However, data on the frequencies of new maps with factory acceleration, as well as technical details of water cooling systems, designed for GeForce GTX 295, yet. Established frequency kernels Shader units and the memory GeForce GTX 295, let's make up 576, 1242 and 1998 MHz respectively.

Most likely to see new items on the EVGA and Zotac GeForce GTX 295-based water cooling could be a month, at the CeBit.

Source: Softpedia

Lighter with 8 GB of memory and built-in camera - a find for the spy?

At Ajoka, the Hong Kong site, dedicated to microdevice for supervision, has an interesting product - Lighter DVR. This lighter with code AJ-LTDVR01 received far more features than a typical device of this type.

In Lighter DVR, in fact, cigarette lighters, got built in micro camera, which can be used for surveillance, for example, at home in their absence. DVR (Digital Audio Video) will record, as submitted, all that interested user. Recording thanks to built-in microphone, comes with sound.

At the same time worry about the length of the battery life will not have to - the time-alone operation is 6 pm Lighter records video (640x480, QVGA, AVI, 30 fps) on micro SD memory card capacity from 128 MB to 8 GB. The latter can be inserted into the appropriate card slot.

Dimensions - 64.5x38.4x18.4 mm. Battery - lithium-ion, charging can be done by bus USB. Price not reported, but the Chinese product, which allows to hope for a low price for the amateur espionage through Lighter DVR.

Source: Ajoka