Month: December 2011


How Much Video RAM Do I Need?

MSI has just issued another press release concerning its 17.3-inch GT780DX–the latest model from MSI, which looks very attractive in terms of specifications and pricing. The only news this time, however, seems to be that MSI has doubled the amount...

/ December 21, 2011

AMD Rolls out New Llano APUs for Laptops

An AMD representative may have claimed that it’s time to put an end to the Intel vs. AMD rivalry, but that time has yet to come–especially to entry-level gaming laptops.

/ December 20, 2011
MacBook Pro

Time for Better Laptop Dislays?

Rumor has it that Apple’s next generation MacBook Pros will receive a considerable makeover in the display department. It certainly wouldn’t hurt if other manufacturers followed the lead.

/ December 18, 2011
Razer Blade

Razer Blade up for Pre-Order Soon, Maybe

As far as publicity stunts go, the PC gaming peripherals manufacturer Razer has certainly done a good job with their (perhaps) soon-to-be-released Blade gaming laptop. [Update: Razer has sadly announced that the Blade will be delayed until late January pending...

/ December 13, 2011
AMD Radeon HD 6900M

New Mobile GPUs not New at All

Many of us were hoping that the first batch of new mobile graphics chips from AMD that are being rolled out right now (in the new Envy laptops, among others) would be built on the new 28nm process and bring some...

/ December 8, 2011

Origin EON 15-S Review (Clevo P150HM, GTX 580M)

At long last we’ve been able to get our hands on what is currently the fastest 15.6-inch gaming laptop in the known universe. This all depends on how it’s configured of course–there are basically no pre-built configurations, only custom versions,...

/ December 7, 2011

Much Improved Integrated Graphics in Intel’s Ivy Bridge

199 per cent better to be precise, according to Intel. Ivy Bridge will replace Sandy Bridge as the company’s first processor on the 22nm production process and will be launched somewhere around March/April.

/ December 1, 2011