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Gigabyte Rolls AMD Radeon HD 7770 Rev 2.0!!

There is no stopping to Gigabyte’s graphics cards, they keep on coming and a superb one rolls out each time. They have recently added a new graphics card to its collection, the AMD Radeon HD 7770. The model precisely is called Gigabyte GV-R7770C-1GD Rev. 2.0…

Gigabyte’s ECO500 Wireless Gaming Mouse

The new Gigabyte ECO500 is an awesome new wireless mouse that uses only two AA batteries and provides up to 12 months of battery life. When used with rechargeable batteries, the mouse should last for about 2-5 years with moderate to heavy use.

The mouse itself is equipped with a 1600 DPI (dots per inch) laser sensor. The mouse also has five programmable buttons for customized gaming. With rubber grips on the sides, and a shiny black coating, the ECO500 uses 2.4GHz wireless technology that can work up to 10 meters away from the device.

AMD 9-Series Motherboard Goes Live

AMD is set to launch its 9-series chipset this week, in efforts to bring next-gen technology to computer enthusiasts around the world. The new chipset was designed to complement AMD’s Scorpius desktop platform, a platform that will feature the 8-core “Zambezi” processor and support AMD Radeon HD6000 series graphics cards.

The 9-series chipset will be the first to support AMD’s AM3+ socket processors, as well as offer backwards compatibility with earlier generations.

Micron’s RealSSD P320h- Fastest In The Industry

Micron has recently introduced the world’s fastest enterprise solid state drive, the RealSSD P320h. The drive uses a single PCI Express slot and comes in 350GB and 700GB capacities. The new drives use 34nm single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory chips, offering up to 3GB/s of sustained data throughput, which is more than double that of its nearest competitor.

Storage drives are typically measured in terms of input/output operations per second, or termed, IOPS. Micron rates its P320h line at up to 750,000 IOPS for its read speed and up to 341,000 IOPS for its write speed. Micron claims that its IOPs speed is equivalent to what an Exchange server would need to support over 1.5 million Outlook users.

SanDisk Kicks Off 100-Series SSDs

Don’t think that Computex is a show only about computers. SanDisk proved otherwise when the company introduced a few flash-based storage solutions, designed for mobile devices and ultraportable laptops. First up, we’ve got the SanDisk U100, a SATA III card that gives thin and light notebooks a run for their money (closer speeds to desktop SSDs)! These new SATA III cards can read/write at speeds of up to 450MB/s and 340MB/s, respectively.