I suppose when it comes right down to it, not every understands all the hows and why a computer and all the component inside actually works. Toss in a technical term like Heterogeneous Queuing, and undoubtedly most will get get some glassy eyed looks from many if not practically most mainstream and casual users, that rely on their smartphones, tablets,notebooks, and desktops each and every day. But one thing is certain, for some folks, the actual speeds and performance enjoyed by mainstream users, PC gamers and hard core enthusiasts with today’s modern hardware is most impressive and has certainly come a very long way with each passing generation of newer processing architectures, while taking the users experience to entire higher levels, there is always a greater demand for more overall efficiency and speed. Yet, surprisingly there are some that think that current state of today's blazing performance achieved may be overkill, but in reality at the heart of how things inside computing devices work such as Heterogeneous Queuing plays a very dynamic role with what actually goes under the hood. And besides with today's rapidly, and escalating demands for faster, and smoother performance driven mobile devices, things are about to change. They simply have to.
NVIDIA announces the release of a new, WHQL-certified GeForce 331.58 driver that's considered to be an essential upgrade for those that are looking to get the best possible performance out their GeForce GTX graphics cards, and is the Game Ready driver for Batman: Arkham Origins and Battlefield 4, ensuring your system attains peak performance in the two eagerly-anticipated titles.
Woo-Boy ! But maybe not so in a good way! Earlier this Monday morning, many folks woke up to find that Facebook was 'borked' a bit more than usual. Well OK maybe this time, 'borked', 'pooched' or just plain 'broke', was the 'slop of the morning' to go along with the coffee brew, frustrting users that rely on Facebook to connect with all the things that are dynamically socially important to start the day.
It may be a pretty safe guesstimate, that while performing a simple task, such as installing 1 or 2 SSDs/2.5" HDDs into a single 3.5" bay, on whatever type of system can become an ordeal that for one reason or another can be a bit of a hassle. Leave to the innovative folks at ICY DOCK to provide those unique, one-of-kind products, like the recently announced ICY DOCK EZ-Fit Lite MB290SP-B, that accepts up to 2 x 2.5" SATA, or IDE SSD/HDD drive from 7mm to 9.5mm in drive height, which uses a completely new flex design system to simplify our drive installation process -all you need to do is insert the drive, and push inwards until it "clicks." Yep! It doesn't get any easier! See More
Asus proudly announces that it will adopt NVIDIA G-SYNC technology into its next generation monitor lineup ,with the G-SYNC-enhanced VG248QE monitor that will making it's debut in North America at $399 USD in 2014. The new monitors feature NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology that includes the integrated NVIDIA G-SYNC module, that removes the need to use older technologies such as V-Sync, which can eliminate tearing but can increase latency and stuttering during gameplay. G-SYNC eliminates this trade-off leading to an uncompromised PC gaming experience. See More