EVGA's e-GeForce 9600 GT SSC comes at increased clocks compared to the NVIDIA reference design. Also the cooler has been adjusted slightly to match the company's color theme and design. With a price premium of just $10 over the reference card it can can deliver in both performance per Dollar and performance per Watt.
The HIS Radeon HD 3870 IceQ3 uses the proven HIS IceQ3 cooling solution. It also comes with higher clocks out of the box which are among the highest we have seen so far from all manufacturers. The recent price drops from AMD make this card a solid choice for the sub-$200 segment.
G.Skill is showing off their SATA I and SATA II based SSD offerings as well as some brand new passive and active cooling solutions for their DDR2 and DDR3 memory modules.
Today NVIDIA launches their GeForce 9800 GX2 dual GPU card. It comes with two G92 GPUs and uses a new cooling design where a single cooler sits in the middle and cools both GPUs. We have the card from Zotac on our testbench today which follows the reference design specification. Unlike many other publications all our testing was conducted in Windows XP because we think that's what the majority of users still plays on.
Corsair is showing off their 1000W power supply as well as XMP and EMP2 based memory modules. You will also find their newest 32GB Survivor and Voyager USB flash drives as well as an nForce 790 based PC up and running.
Gainward is showing off their Bliss series of cards. These include the new range of Golden Sample products using the GeForce 8800 GT and 9600 GT. You will also find a GeForce 9800 GX2 at their booth.
Inno3D is showing off a lot of different G92 based graphic cards as well as a few interesting mainboards. The company also produces internal and external TV tuners, which are also on display
Sleek-Audio SA6 is the name of a brand new pair of earphones with customizable performance. The earphones feature both a treble and bass tuning system that allows the user to alter the audio performance according to their needs and preferences. This is not done via electronics as one might expect, but by physically replacing parts of the earphone.
The Lancool brand is created by Lian-Li and combines the flawless, understatement exterior with the sturdy bones of steel. This makes for the name "Metal Boned K7". The case is meant for LAN Parties and offers the same innovations found in the more expensive Lian-Li branded cases.
Sapphire's new HD 3870 Toxic is built on the same Vapor-X cooling technology that the HD 3870 Atomic uses. This means that the card comes with a single slot cooling solution making it a premier choice for Quad CrossFire systems. The accessory package also includes an HDMI cable, PowerDVD and a 3DMark license, not bad for a $40 premium.
Apevia is showing off their present cases in new colors, as well as their newest X-QOII and X-Supra series. You will also find their multi color LED fan Warlock PSUs with up to 1100W at their booth.
Lexar & Crucial do not have a booth at CeBIT, but we got the chance to meet up with them and take a look at some of their products.
Nanya & Elixir are also present at CeBIT, with a small booth, showcasing a few of their memory products. This ranges from JEDEC DDR2 and DDR3 DIMMs over FB-DIMMs to DDR3 SODIMMs.
Even though the GeForce 8800 GT has already been out for a while, it still has the punch to play all the latest games. The VVIKOO 8800 GT Max 1 GB comes with the Zalman VF1000 pre-installed and also features double the video memory. But is there any performance to be gained by going from 512 MB to 1024 MB of memory?
After an exhausting six days at CeBIT 2008 we bring you pictures of the hot booth babes and all other pretty girls that were working there. By popular request we have added ultra high-res versions for all 231 pictures.
EVGA is showing off a lot of different high-end NVIDIA parts. This includes the 790i board and two versions of the GeForce 9800 GX2. Other nice highlights are the foldable EVGA display and external USB graphic card.
Flexi Glow is now called Cyber E Sport. They encompass four product lines. Cyber Snipa, Siren, Gamepwr and Orbita. They are presenting products of all four brands at their booth.
mCubed is well known for its unique HTPC cases which feature large heatsinks on the outside. Their newest products, like the updated HFX micro and a storage box and amplifier for the micro series.
Revoltec is showing off a number of accessories for gamers: mice, gaming surfaces, headphones and notebook coolers.
Cooler Master has their Cosmos S case on display as well as a number of beautiful hand airbrushed cases. Also two new PSU series have been announced, with one being for the enthusiast and the other one for quiet PCs.
AMD's new HD 3650 is basically an improved version of the 2600 XT without any major technological advances other than a smaller die size resulting in cheaper cards. PowerColor's HD 3650 Extreme comes equipped with 512 MB of fast GDDR3 memory and runs at higher clocks than the AMD reference design.
Akasa has a few new cases at their booth and is also displaying new hard drive enclosures for both 3.5 and 2.5 inch drives. Their aftermarket GPU coolers are up and running on Radeon HD 3870s and their latest heatpipe CPU cooler can also be viewed in its final shape.
A-Data is presenting their new Gamer series DDR2 and DDR3 memory as well as new additions to their Nobility and Disney series of flash drives. They are also presenting their newest cooling solutions for their memory.
Mushkin is showing off their memory line-up as well as their newest addition - NVIDIA based graphic cards. You will also find their new 800W power supply up and running.
Thermaltake's V1 CPU heatsink has a classy, elegant design like no other. The all-copper construction and subtle scrolls make this heatsink stand out from the rest. While the V1 is not Thermaltake's flagship cooler, it still performs very well.